Kyle Thomas Glasser who is twenty one is studying medicine with dreams of serving the community. Kyle knows the value of being a doctor and offering his services after travelling to Central America to give support to the poor. Today, Kyle is in Atlanta Shadowing Dr. Jeff Traub in his work as a surgeon.
University of Georgia is among the oldest and high-esteemed public universities in U.S. it is known for offering a higher education level to students in main areas of study. The University offers exceptional instructional courses and not forgetting its highly equipped Laboratories. Many students have benefitted from high quality education, improving the standards of life within the State of Georgia and above all widespread knowledge and improved research. It is for this reason that many can claim to have gotten the best out of this University and their lives are changed for the better.
When Kyle Thomas Glasser traveled Nicaragua, he did not have a slight idea of the impact that the trip would have on his medical career. He traveled there in May 2010 where he met people living a lifestyle that he had never seen in America. Kyle said that the trip changed his life as well as that of the people who needed medical assistance. This trip was advantageous to him because he was able to practice what he learnt in class while at the same time offering medical help to the needy. It was a surprise to find people who have never used modern medicine in their entire life.