Research Overview

  • I am Transfusion Medicine board eligible along with board certified for Molecular Genetic Pathology, Anatomical and Clinical Pathology. My research interests include development of next generational sequencing (precision medicine) and its availability to all patients in lieu of the reach of personalized medicine at community level. My research interest also includes in the field of coagulation, stem cell and CART cell collections and red cell genotyping development and its available for all patients especially for the sickle cell patients.
  • Teaching Overview

  • 2004-2005: Indu blood bank, continued education, and basics of immunohematology lectures to laboratory technologists
    2006- 2011: Teaching Assistant for Nursing students (Subjects: Anatomy and Physiology).
    Teaching Assistant for Pre-medical students (Subject: Genetics and Cell biology).
    2016: Training Pathology residents as Chief Resident in Pathology
    2019: Resident’s teaching rotating in molecular pathology
    2019: RIME Fellowship Workshop
    2019-2020: Resident’s teaching rotating in TM
    2020-present: Morning report
    2020: IP Lab sessions first year Medical students (sessions 1-6)
    2020: Hematology-Oncology course module, UASOM
    2020: Special Topics, UASOM (Blood Bank tests and its uses)
    2020-present: Coagulation Curriculum
    2020-present: Transfusion Medicine Didactic Sessions
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, The Catholic University of America 2012
  • Doctor of Medicine, 2002
  • Full Name

  • Nirupama Singh