Department of Surgery
University of Minnesota, Research Associate in Schulze Diabetes Institute (SDI), USA
Dr. Amar Singh received his Ph.D. in Immunology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi for Ph.D. program. During his Ph.D., he was selected for Senior Research Fellowship award and Research Associate sponsored by Indian Council Medical Research, New Delhi. During his PhD program Dr. Singh was extensively trained in area of clinical immunology research and clinical vaccine trial study on human. At present Dr. Singh is working as Research Associate in Schulze Diabetes Institute (SDI), Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA. His work primarily focused on understanding the development of the xeno/alloimmune response and how it leads to intraportal porcine islets graft rejection. His main goal is to understand the role of regulatory T and B cells in islets xeno/alloimmunity and immune phenotype of induction, maintenance and loss of tolerance. Dr. Singh has been doing research from last 12 years and he has made a significant contribution in the area of immunology of infectious diseases, cancer and transplantation. Dr. Singh is author/co-author on more than 16 research articles, 14 published abstract and 1 book chapter. He has been a member of 2 editorial boards of medical journals and Reviewer, Guest Reviewer, Chief Guest Editor for many journals. He engrossed an interest for judging the novelty and creativity of research article and giving suggestions for the authors to improve their research.
Immunology of Infectious Diseases, T and B cell Tolerance, Clinical, Experimental and Transplantation Immunology