Dr. Daniel Fulkerson authors book about life as a pediatric neurosurgeon: 5 insights

Written by Megan Wood | February 13, 2017 | Print  |

Daniel Fulkerson, MD, a pediatric neurosurgeon in Indianapolis, published his first book titled, "Nothing Good Happens at…The Baby Hospital."

Here are five insights:

 

1. Dr. Fulkerson wrote about his experience as a pediatric neurosurgeon, sharing the tragedies and joys that have occurred during his career.

 

2. The book also weaves through Dr. Fulkerson's career, all the way back to medical school and his work on a military base when he served in the United States Air Force.

 

3. Dr. Fulkerson detailed various stories of his patients in the book.

 

4. He currently serves as an associate professor of neurological surgery and assistant residency program director of neurological surgery at Indianapolis-based Indiana University School of Medicine.

 

5. Dr. Fulkerson completed his fellowship at Houston-based Texas Children's Hospital.

 

"I work with remarkable children and their families every day and I find their stories very interesting," said Dr. Fulkerson. "I wanted to capture that in a fun, entertaining way for a wide audience."

 

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