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Cancer Research Forum

San Joaquin General Hospital welcomed local physicians and surgeons attending its first annual Research Day on June 27th 2018 at the Hospital in French Camp. The event featured four nationally respected guest speakers informing the local medical community on innovations and current research into early cancer detection and cancer treatment.

The event was hosted by Dinesh Vyas, MD, Director of the General Surgery Residency Program, San Joaquin General Hospital in conjunction with Sheela Kapre, MD, SJGH Chief Medical Officer.

Speaking on intestinal cancer was Anthony Senagore, MD, MS, MBA, a nationally acclaimed colorectal surgeon. Speaking on cancer cell biology and genetics was Lakshni Shankar Chaturvedi Ph.D. Both speakers outlined cutting edge surgical technology applied to cancer treatment and detection. Nationally respected medical educators Phil Mack, Ph.D. and physician educator Ishwalal Jiatal, MD, Ph.D. both spoke on cell biology, cancer cell technology, biopsy, detection and advanced treatment of common colorectal cancer and lung cancer, as well as medical law.

Research Day 2019 will be held on June 26th, 2019, and will feature nationally recognized medical leaders presenting breakthrough medical advances to the local medial community.


Three New Neurosurgeons

San Joaquin County neurosurgery is now
being performed at SJ General Hospital. The
three neurosurgeons will see patients at the
main hospital in French Camp. In addition,
Dr. Senegor and Dr. Ty will also see patients
at their Stockton office location: 2209 North
California Street.

Moris Senegor, MD University of Chicago
Pritzer School of Medicine, internship and neuro-
surgical residency at University of Chicago.
Fellow of the American Association of
Neurological Surgeons.

Azeem Oladunjoye, MD Medical College
of Georgia School of Medicine. Internship and
neurosurgical residency at the University of
California, Davis. Member of the Congress
of Neurological Surgeons.

G. Ty Thaiyananthan, MD John Hopkins
University, UCSF Medical School, Neurosurgical
residency at Yale New Haven Hospital, fellowship
at Cedar Sinai-Institute for spinal disorders, mini-
mally invasive spine surgery. Member of the
American Assoc. of Neurological Surgeons.