Stockton, Calif. (PRWEB) April 07, 2014
In the two seconds it took Moris Senegor to say “yes” in the elevator of the Chicago hospital—yes, he would go to San Francisco—his life irrevocably changed. “DOGMEAT” is Senegor’s highly engrossing account of his life as a promising young neurosurgeon who moves to the beautiful city of San Francisco for six short months in 1986.
“DOGMEAT” follows the author’s days as a young and cocky neurosurgery resident who arrives at the University of California, San Francisco, for an adventure both exhilarating and disheartening, and one destined to change his future. “Dogmeat” was the moniker he was given as apprentice to a famous—and famously intimidating—neurosurgeon. Moris gives a disarmingly honest account of his Dogmeat days in the wards and operating rooms of UCSF. He also vividly recounts how he fell in love with San Francisco and a woman he found there. His story is for both surgeons and anyone ever beguiled by San Francisco, a book that captures the essence of youthful ambition and love.
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About the Author
Moris Senegor, M.D., is a neurosurgeon who has practiced in California’s Central Valley for more than twenty years. He immigrated to the United States from his native Turkey after graduating from an English high school in Istanbul. At the University of Chicago he earned both his undergraduate and medical school degrees, and began a residency in neurosurgery under Sean Mullan, M.D. He spent part of his six-year training at the University of California, San Francisco, completing a six-month rotation under Charles Wilson, M.D., then the chairman of neurosurgery. Dr. Senegor has performed more than eight thousand neurosurgical procedures involving brain, spine, and peripheral nerve surgery.
DOGMEAT * by Moris Senegor, M.D.
A Memoir of Love and Neurosurgery in San Fransisco
Publication Date: March 3, 2014
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