The Sino-American Experts Lecture on Diabetes & Kidney Disease
The lecture has been conducted in Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital on March 28, 2012. Surely, it made a breakthrough on treating both diabetes and kidney diseases.
The theme of this lecture is academic exchange, project discussion and technical cooperation. The aim of the lecture focused mainly on the treatment for diabetes and kidney diseases, to explore some other effective treatments for the disease, summarize the combination of conventional Chinese Medicine as well as western medicine.
Dr. Andrew S. Pumerantz is the associate professor of Internal Medicine and served as Department Chair and Division Chief of Infectious Disease. his research interests include the epidemiology of MRSA infectious and the evaluation of new liposomal vancomycin formulations.
▪ AB, Occidental College
▪ DO, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
▪ Residency, Beth Israel Medical Center
▪ Fellowship, Yale School of Medicine
Dr. Edward Barnes, assistant professor of Internal Medicine. He served in the United States Army for ten years, and is a Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He earned the Army’s Meritorious Service Medal during his service.
▪ BA, Whittier College
▪ MD, University of Kansas School of Medicine
▪ Residency, Brooke Army Medical Center
▪ Fellowship, Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Dr. Rucha Mehta, assistant professor of Internal Medicine. She helped establish a diabetes clinic at the University affiliated Audie L. Murphy VA Hospital. Her researches include the pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes mellitus and pre-diabetes. Dr. Mehta has published a series of research articles in endocrinology and diabetes journals.
▪ MD, Seth G.S. Medical College
▪ Residency, University of Illinois at Chicago
▪ Fellowship, The University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio
Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital
Northwestern University in United States
China Private Hospital Association
Ministry of Health, Henan, China
Kidney Disease Association, Henan, China