Kamaleshwar P Singh
Department of Environmental Toxicology
Texas Tech University, The Institute of Environmental and Human Health, USA
Dr. Kamaleshwar P Singh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Toxicology and Institute of Environmental and Human Health TIEHH Texas Tech University at Lubbock Texas. He received his PhD degree in Molecular Genetics from University of Delhi India After completing his PhD research. Dr. Singh joined University of Alabama at Birmingham as National Cancer Institute NCI Postdoctoral training fellow. His research interests are Molecular Toxicology, Environmental Carcinogenesis, Toxicogenomics and Human Cancer Genomics. Dr. Singh has identified two novel genes associated with human breast and kidney cancer. He has published 25 research papers in peer reviewed journals and has presented his research in several research meetings. He is a member of American Association of Cancer Research AACR Society of Toxicology SOT and American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS. Dr. Singh has served as reviewer for Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Research Grants and many peer reviewed journals.
His research interests are Molecular Toxicology, Environmental Carcinogenesis, Toxicogenomics and Human Cancer Genomics.