Curriculum Vitae - Stephen P. Holland, M.D.
An experienced, productive Gastroenterologist
• Experienced clinician with over 25 years of practice experience
• Leadership experience in multispecialty practice
• Successful in group and single specialty practice settings
• Led efforts to double the GI lab output at Mt. Sinai hospital
• Performs endoscopic procedures including ERCP
• Most productive attending at Sinai Medical Group Contact Address:
Stephen Holland, MD, FACP
3116 Bennett Drive
Naperville, IL 60564
Undergraduate: Northwestern University Honors Program in Medical Education, BS 9/1976-6/1980
Medical School: Northwestern University, MD 9/1978-6/1982 Residency: Loyola University, Internal Medicine 7/1982-6/1985 Fellowship: NRSA Immunology trainee, University of Alabama 7/1985-6/1988 Fellowship: Gastroenterology, University of Alabama 7/1988-6/1991 Licensure and Certiﬁcation:
Licensed Physician and Surgeon, Illinois 036-068571 Licensed Physician, Indiana 01082268A
Board Certiﬁed Internal Medicine #102384 9/11/85
Board Certiﬁed Gastroenterology #102384 11/5/91
Honors and Awards:
Winner, Radiology Case of the Week, Department of Radiology, U of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria (UICOM-P) - 1997, 1998, 1999 Invited Teaching Attending, Department of Internal Medicine, U of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria (UICOM-UC), 1996, 1997, 1998 Internal Medicine Teacher of the year, UICOM-UC, 2000 Positions and Grant Support:
7/1991-12/1993 NRSA Awardee, NIADDK 1F32 DK08633-01A1, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
1/1994-9/1995 Attending Physician, Hoover Family Medicine; 1575 Montgomery Highway; Hoover, AL 35216
1/1994-9/1995 Attending Physician, MedHelp; Suite 100; 1 Lakeshore Drive; Birmingham, AL 35209.
10/1995-10/1997 Assistant Professor Clinical Pharmacology, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria.
10/1995-5/1999 Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria.
10/1995-5/1999 Attending Physician, Gastroenterology, Ltd.; 900 Main Street - Suite 530; Peoria, IL 61602.
10/1997-7/1999 Adjunct Assistant Professor Clinical Pharmacology, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria.
7/1999-11/1999 Attending, Peoria Outpatient Clinic, Veterans Administration, Peoria, Illinois.
12/1999-1/2002 Attending Physician, Gastroenterology; Christie Clinic, Champaign, IL.
1/2002-10/2002 Attending Physician, Gastroenterology Consultants; 545 Valley View Drive; Moline, IL 61265; 309-***-****
10/2002-4/2014 Attending Physician, Naperville Gastroenterology; 636 Raymond Drive, Suite 201; Naperville, IL 60563; 630-***-**** 4/2014-6/2019 Chief of Gastroenterology, Mt. Sinai Medical Group; 1501 S. Fairﬁeld; Chicago, IL 60608
6/2019-present Gastroenterologist in Locms practice with CompHealth and Weatherby Locums.
Hospital Afﬁliations (Permanent):
Mt. Sinai Hospital, Chicago, IL. May 2014 - June 2019 Central DuPage Hospital, Winﬁeld IL. October 2003 - May 2014 Ruch Copley Medical Center, Aurora IL. October 2003 - May 2014 Bolingbrook Medical Center, Bolingbrook, IL. June 2008 - May 2014 Hospital Afﬁliations (Locums):
Union Hospital, Terre Haute IN, June 2019 - current Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne, IN. July 2019 - current Rockford Memorial, Rockford IL, August 2019 - current Education - Courses Taught and Student Projects:
Clinical Trial Design, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria
(UICOM-P) Clinical Pharmacology Program - 1997.
Normal Gut Flora, Medical Microbiology, UICOM-P - 1996,1997,1998,1999 Gastrointestinal Pharmacology, UICOM-P - 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Pancreas and UGI Hormones, Gastrointestinal Organ Systems, UICOM-P - 1996,1997
Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease, Gastrointestinal Organ Systems, UICOM-P - 1996, 1997
Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease, Gastrointestinal Organ Systems, UICOM-P -1998, 1999
Student Advisor, John Densmore, Betaine in Alcoholic Hepatitis, 6/1997 - 10/1997 Student Advisor, Shawn Seibert, James Scholar Project, S. mutans in Crohn's Disease, 6/1997-8/1997
Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease Case Presentations - UICOM/P Internal Medicine Residency Seminar Series - 12/23/97
Gastroenterology Teaching Seminar, UICOM/UC (Urbana/Champaign) Internal Medicine Residency Seminar Series - 12/99 to 2001
Gastrointestinal Pharmacology, UICOM-UC - 2000, 2001 Clinical Faculty, Avalon University School of Medicine - 2012 - 2014 Clinical Faculty, University of Medicine and Health Sciences - 2012 - 2014 Clinical Faculty, Ross University School of Medicine - 2016 - present Education - Seminars:
Clinical Implications of Research in Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease - Society of Gastrointestinal Nursing Assistants - 4/97
Betaine in Alcoholic Liver Disease, Invited Speaker, GI Grand Rounds, U of I College of Medicine at Chicago - 2/25/98
NSAID's and the GI tract - CME seminar sponsored by Pﬁzer/Searle - Peoria 3/6/99
COX-2 Inhibitors and the GI tract - CME seminar sponsored by Pﬁzer/Searle - Springﬁeld 3/25/99
Screening Strategies for colorectal Cancer - CME seminar Family Practice - Champaign 2/2000
Pharmacology and Therapeutics Committee, St. Francis Hospital, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. 1995-1999
Chairman, Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition subcommittee, Pharmacology and Therapeutics Committee, St. Francis Hospital, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. 1995-1999
Steering Committee, Gastroenterology Section, Organ Systems Course, UICOM-P. 1998
Pharmacology and Therapeutics Committee, Methodist Hospital, 1998-1998 Pharmacology and Therapeutics Committee, Provena Covenant Hospital, 1998-1999
Pharmacology and Therapeutics Committee, Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital, 2008-2014
Professional and Society Membership:
American College of Physicians, 1983 - .
Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, 1992 - . American Gastroenterological Association, 1995 - . American Medical Association, 1995 - .
New Issues in Gastroenterology - H. pylori and Proton Pump inhibitors - U of I Family Practice Grand Rounds 2/16/96.
Clinical Applications of Research in Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease - Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - UICOM/P - 5/6/97
Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease, Bacterial-host interaction. Alcoholic Liver Disease, Betaine in modiﬁcation of disease. Nutrition in Fatty Liver, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and other GI diseases. Patents:
Method of Diagnosing Crohn's Disease. US Patent 6,235,487. Method and Apparatus for Treating Refractive Eye Abnormalities. US Patent 5,838,419.
Host of two sites for education of patients through the internet: Web site: The IBD Page <http://www.ibdpage.com/>; also host of IBD section of WebMD through 6/2001
Contributor to the IBDList, an IBD related list serve. Lecture: Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Springer Cultural Center, 2/1/2001 Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease Expert, WebMD <http://www.WebMD.com/>, 10/1999 - 7/2001
Holland S, David RJ. An outcome-coded birth ﬁle from machine readable vital records. Comput-Biol-Med. 1985. 15(1):25-39.
Holland SP, Eldridge J, Alley CD, McGhee JR. Immunoglobulin A Secretion. In: Handbook of Physiology. The Gastrointestinal System. IV. Absorbtive and Secretory Processes of the Intestines. Frizzell R, ed. Am. Physiol. Soc. 1990. Holland SP, Kiyono H, Michalek SM, McGhee JR. Gut immunology: Characterization of rat lamina propria lymphocytes. Federation Proceedings
(Abstract) 46(3):473, 1987.
Holland SP, Go MF, Hirshowitz BI, and Michalek SM. Antibody response to Campylobacter Pylori in peptic ulcer disease. Abstract, American Society of Microbiology, Miami Beach, FL. 1988.
Holland SP, Go MF, McGhee JR, and Hirshowitz BI. Immunobiology of Campylobacter pylori: Antigenic variation among isolates. Campylobacter pylori workshop. Keystone CO 1988.
Berstad A, Alexander B, Weberg R, Serck-Hanssen A, Holland S, and Hirshowitz BI. Antacids reduce campylobacter pylori colonization without healing the gastritis in patients with nonulcer dyspepsia and erosive prepyloric changes. Gastroenterology 95:619-24, 1988.
Elson CO, Holland S, Woogen S. Preferential inhibition of the CD8+ T cell subset by Cholera Toxin and its B Subunit. Abstract, American Association of Immunology. FASEB J. 4:A1864, 1990.
Holland, S. Bacterial and protozoal gastroenteritis [letter]. N-Engl-J-Med. 326(7): 489,1992.
Holland S, Elson CO. Cholera toxin As an adjuvant: augmentation of a Th2 T cell response to parenteral antigen. Gastroenterology 144(4:2):A714,1993. Holland, SP. Medical care delivery and factors affecting performance on a 150 mile bicycle tour. Clin J Sports Medicine, 3(4):242-50;1993. Holland SP, Elson CO. Oral Tolerance in the Treatment of Autoimmunity. Practical Gastroenterology, 1993. 17(10):19-22, 1993.
Husby S, Mestecky J, Moldoveanu Z, Holland S, and Elson C. Oral Tolerance in Humans. T cell but not B cell tolerance after antigen feeding. Journal of Immunology 152(9):4663-70, 1994.
Elson CO, Holland SP, Dertzbaugh MT, Cuff CF, Anderson AO. Morphological and functional alterations of mucosal T cells by cholera toxin and its B subunit.
Holland SP, Brandwein SL, Elson CO. Sera from rats with peptidoglycan- polysaccharide enteritis demonstrates reactivity to proteins that are found in PG-PS preparations. Gastroenterology 146(4:2):2788, 1995. Holland SP. Inﬂammatory Bowel Disease. In: Women's Medicine. ed: Blackwell, R.E. Blackwell Science, Cambridge Science 1996.
Holland SP, J. Densmore, N. Novotny, RN, Steven Belknap, MD. Safety of Betaine in Alcoholic Hepatitis. Gastroenterology 114(4:2):A1257, 1998. Holland S. Serologic Response to Streptococcus Mutans in Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Gastroenterology 114(4:2):A997, 1998. Holland S. It's all in the Water [letter]. Science News 155(24):371, 1999.