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Timir Banerjee

Clinical Professor

University of Louisville

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University of Louisville

530 South Jackson Stree

Louisville, Kentucky,40202

United States

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The University of Louisville is Kentucky's metropolitan research university, with 22,000 students attending classes at 11 colleges and schools on three campuses. Bordered by its many medical partners, UofL's downtown Health Sciences Center is home to more than... more.

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Professor of Neuro-Anatomy

Kigezi International School of Medicine


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Spava

Board Member and Founder


Foundation for International Education in Neurological Surgery

Board Member


Congress of Neurological Surgeons

Board Member


Congress of Neurosurgeons

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Medical Benevolence Foundation

Volunteer


Senatorial Inner Circle

Active Member


Springdale Presbyterian Church

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Society for the Prevention of Aggressiveness and Violence among Adolescents

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M.D.


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Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society: Members: Newsletters

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TIMIR BANERJEE (SX 1973), a clinical professor at the University of Louisville, has written several books, including "A Day in Neurosurgery: Brain Plus Spine and a Lot More" and "The Cat and the Kids of Millbrae.
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Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society: About Sigma Xi: Members in the News

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Timir Banerjee (SX 1973), a clinical professor at the University of Louisville, has written several books, including A Day in Neurosurgery: Brain Plus Spine and a Lot More and The Cat and the Kids of Millbrae.
Timir Banerjee (SX 1973), a clinical professor at the University of Louisville, has written several books, including A Day in Neurosurgery: Brain Plus Spine and a Lot More and The Cat and the Kids of Millbrae. Timir Banerjee (SX 1973) of Louisville, Kentucky, received the 2009 Compassionate Physician Award from the Jewish Hospital and St. Mary's Foundation and has been selected to receive the 2010 Humanitarian of the Year Award from the American Association of Neurosurgeons, which will be awarded May 5 in Philadelphia.


The Braying Donkey: Reflections on a Life by Dr. Timir Banerjee

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The Braying Donkey: Reflections on a Life by Dr. Timir Banerjee
With his father, one uncle, and maternal grandfather all working as doctors in India, Timir Banerjee knew early in life that he was destined for a career in medicine. It is ironic, therefore, that a major theme of The Braying Donkey, Banerjee's loosely organized collection of memoirs and inspirational thoughts, is his lifelong quest for identity and self-fulfillment against the unforgiving forces of social convention, discrimination, and the random circumstances of birth. Born in India, he came to Louisville, Kentucky, as a young hospital intern in the 1960s. The story of his cross-cultural experience is a revealing contrast between the medical practices of his homeland and those of the US, but mostly, it is the unique and inspiring self-portrait of a remarkable individual. Deeply steeped in the simple wisdom of his father and grandfather, Banerjee offers compelling insights into matters of religion, morality, racism, legal ethics, childhood, fatherhood, friendship, love, sexuality, literature, and more. The still powerful influence of his father and grandfather shows in his touching and detailed portraits of these two mentors. Disaffected by the religion of his homeland, Banerjee finds peace of mind and a strong sense of purpose through Christianity, enabling him to rise above the ugliness of bigotry and to combat conventional notions of success through material gain. Dr. Timir Banerjee, a retired, board-certified neurosurgeon, was born in India and educated in India and the U.S. He has published numerous medical articles and a book, Signs, Syndromes, and Eponyms: Our Legacy (AANS, 1999). He has also written another book titled Sights and Sounds of Nepal and Katmandu Valley, and has presented many scientific papers. He is currently a professor of Neuro-Anatomy at the Kigezi International School of Medicine in Cambridge, England, and has served on the professional staff at the universities of North Carolina and Wisconsin. His volunteer work in the Federation of International Education of Neurosurgeons and Medical Benevolent Foundation takes him to such distant locations as Nepal, Peru, India, Brazil, and Zimbabwe. Timir also served as a Commander in the United States Naval Reserve and is an active member of the Senatorial Inner Circle. He now lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where he enjoys gardening and the company of his adult children.


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Sights and Sounds of Nepal and Kathmandu Valley by Timir Banerjeen this combined travelogue and photo journal, retired neurosurgeon Timir Banerjee shares his experiences in the ancient and colorful world of Nepal.
It is ironic, therefore, that a major theme of The Braying Donkey, Banerjee's loosely organized collection of memoirs and inspirational thoughts, is his lifelong quest for identity and self-fulfillment against the unforgiving forces of social convention, discrimination, and the random circumstances of birth.


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