Dr. Mark Holterman is a lecturer at the University Of Illinois School Of Medicine where he teaches students perusing medical sciences. He is a professional dedicated to advancing the field of medicine through developing solutions for chronic illnesses such as diabetes.
Dr. Mark Holterman’s role in the diabetes campaign
Dr. Mark Holterman is a proud member of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) where he works in collaboration with other scientists who research on cures for diabetes. Recently, the American Diabetes Association announced its plans to work with a Children’s Hospital in Los Angles to address rising cases of diabetes affecting children mostly teenagers. The American Diabetes Association and the Children’s Hospital came up with a program known as the Camp Power Up. This experience teaches young people on how to eat healthier and the importance of engaging in physical activities to minimize the risk of type 2 diabetes. Camp Power Up is expected to reach out to young people in the ages of 8-16 years. This campaign will be conducted in schools and social parks with the aim of ending childhood diabetes.
About Dr. Mark Holterman
Dr. Mark Holterman is a pediatric surgeon and a professor at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine. He is a former student of Yale University where he initiated his studies in biology. Dr. Mark Holterman is also a graduate of the University of Virginia where he acquired his doctorate and MD degrees. He began his career during his residency at the Children’s Hospital situated at the Medical Center at the University of Washington. Dr. Mark Holterman has worked in collaboration with the University of Virginia Health Sciences where he practices pediatric surgery (BeHance.net).
Throughout his career, Dr. Mark Holterman has collaborated with numerous health centers, including the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital, St. Francis Medical Center, and the Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Mark Holterman is an esteemed member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Surgeons. His core expertise is in pediatric surgery although he is involved in research particularly that involving stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine. Dr. Mark Holterma has a deep interest in cancer treatments and works surrounding obesity.