Acheivements

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Awards

Tableau Massachusetts Chart Champ 2016!!

Awards at John Hancock for Outstanding Contributions and Synergy

Grants
Grants
Grants
  • Selected as an Albert J. Ryan Fellow, 2013

  • Recognized with 'Award for Exemplary Scholarship in Life Sciences’ from the University of Cincinnati in 2014

  • Valedictorian: Manipal Institute of Regenerative Medicine, Manipal University, 2009

  • Received the ‘Best poster presentation award’ three times (2012, 2013, 2014), at the annual graduate student poster forum at the University of Cincinnati

 

Publications

Singh S.P, He X, McNamara J.O, Danzer S.C, Morphological changes among hippocampal dentate granule cells exposed to ealry kindling-epileptogenesis. Hippocampus (accepted July 15th, 2013)

 

Singh S.P and Danzer S.C., Clonal analysis of newborn hippocampal dentate granule cell proliferation anddevelopment in temporal lobe epilepsy. (In Preparation) 

Presentations
  • Poster presentation at the Society for Neuroscience meeting held in New Orleans (October 13-17, 2012) on the topic “Kindling Epileptogenesis and Dentate Granule Cells”

  • Poster presentation at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society held in San Diego, CA (November 30 - December 4, 2012) on the topic “Morphological comparison of dentate granule
     cells in Kindled versus Control mice”

  • Oral presentation at the Developmental Neurobiology Seminar Series at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (March 19, 2013) on the topic "The fate of dentate granule cells in a pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy"

  • Oral presentation at the Department of Anesthesia Basic Research Confrence at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (March 15, 2013) on the topic " Cancer stem cells and epilepsy: possible links” 

  • Poster presentation at the “DB Retreat” hosted by the Department of Developmental Biology, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center held in Oxford, Ohio (April 7-8, 2011) on the topic  “Myeloid progenitor bias in Klf5 deficient mice”.