- Cell and molecular biology of lung inflammation
- BVSc&AH, Punjab Agricultural University, Punjab
- MVSc, Punjab Agricultural University, Punjab
- PhD, University of Guelph, Canada
- Post-doctoral Training, Texas A&M University and Columbia University, New York
- Completed licensing requirements set by CVMA and AVMA for foreign veterinary graduates.
Dr. Singh has received the following teaching awards:
- 3M National Teaching Fellowship, Canada (2009)
- Provost's Prize for Innovative Practice of Teaching and Learning, University of Saskatchewan (2008); Team Leader and Concept Developer for Biomedical Rounds
- Master Teacher Award, University of Saskatchewan (2008)
- Carl J. Norden Distinguished Teacher Award (2003)
- Pre-Clinical Teacher of the Year Award (2000 and 2002)
Dr. Singh's research program is on cell and molecular biology of lung inflammation. There are projects focused on mechanisms of neutrophil and monocyte migration into inflamed lungs, biology of pulmonary intravascular macrophages and environmental pulmonary toxicology. A newer component of his research program is focused on nanomedicine.
He has received funding from NSERC (Discovery and Equipment Grants), NSERC-NanoInnovation Platform Grants, Alberta Agriculture Funding Consortium, Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund, and the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation.