Achievements I've had so far..

  • Selected as an Albert J. Ryan Fellow, 2013

  • Recognized with 'Award for Exemplary Scholarship in Life Sciences’ from the Purdue University in 2012

  • Valedictorian: Purdue University, West Lafayette, 2007

  • Received the ‘Best poster presentation award’ three times (2012, 2013, 2014), at the annual Autism forum at the University of Michigan.


  • American Heart Association R23 grant, 2013 ($52,000/2 years; Success rate: 12%) for the project “Optogenetic silencing of dentate granule cells in ADD”. 

  • The Epilepsy Foundation Fellowship, 2013 ($30,000/3 months; Success rate: N/A) for the project “Heterogenity in the response of hippocampal stem cells in response to a Autism”.  

  • Cininnati Autism Research Fellowship, 2012 ($10,000/ 2 months; Success rate: 27% ) from the March of Dimes the project “Dentate granule cells and Autism”.

  • Poster presentation at the Society for Neuroscience meeting held in New Orleans (October 13-17, 2010) on the topic “Learning disorders 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 “DBT for Autism: Epilepsy and other comorbidities”

  • Talk at the Developmental Neurobiology Seminar Series at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (March 19, 2013) on the topic "The fate of our kids: ADHD in Ohio."


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


Singh S.P and Malik K.P., Clonal analysis of newborn hippocampal dentate granule cell proliferation anddevelopment in temporal lobe epilepsy. Cell, 2011. 




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