Mark Holterman is a medical graduate and lecturer. The doctor commits his time to advancing medicine and finding the cure for chronic conditions like diabetes. He is a member of the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
Fight against Diabetes
ADA announced its collaboration with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to deal with the high number of the type 2 diabetes in children and youths. The two entities developed Camp PowerUp that uses an evidence-based program to engage teenagers in physical activities. They also educate them on ways to make healthier meals to lower the risks of contracting type II diabetes.
The program targets young persons between eight and 16 years. Classes will be in a range of settings, from after-school module to day camps to parks and churches. Both organizations have experiences in different fields, and they will use their knowledge to stop the increased rates of this type to the vulnerable group.
The accomplished researcher and practitioner work at Mariam Global Health as the CEO and as a tutor at the University of Illinois. His committed to assisting patients in various ways like supporting charitable organizations such as International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam ( IPSAC -VN). IPSAC-VN) relies on volunteers for donations to continue helping medical professionals in Vietnam.
Volunteers provide patient care, lecturing, training, and surgery at affiliate medical institutes and clinics in the region. All foreign donors must have valid passport and visa. They should also possess copies of CV, driving licenses, travel medical insurance, and the proper documentation to fit in the program.
About Dr. Mark Holterman
Dr. Mark Holterman is a full-time professor since 2011. He is an attending pediatric at Children’s Hospital of Illinois and Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. Holterman, MD, is a pediatric surgeon and researches stem cell therapies, obesity, novel cancer treatments, and regenerative medicine.
Dr. Holterman graduated from Yale University with a degree in biology. He joined the University of Virginia for his Ph.D. and MD (Strikingly). The doctor completed his internship in general surgery at the University of Virginia Health Sciences. The University of Washington supervised his fellowship program in pediatric surgery at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center through the University of Washington.