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Professor Amareshwar Singh earned his Ph.D. and master’s degree in biochemistry and worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada), Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research (San Antonio, Texas), and Northwestern University (Chicago). He then moved up to the ranks of an Assistant Professor, Research at the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry, Northwestern University, where he characterized signaling mechanisms in bone cells. He then moved to the Department of Medicine at Northwestern University and has been working on Nanotechnology-related therapeutic options against lymphoma cancer.
Prof. Singh has published his research in major journals and presented his work in scientific meetings in the U.S. and abroad. He reviews research articles for a number of scientific journals, mainly in the area of nanotechnology. He has also mentored undergraduate and high school students and medical fellows in cancer research.He holds a Ph.D. from Osmania University in India, and an M.Sc. from Andhra University in India. He has an MBA from Loyola University. He has been associated with Carthage’s Division of Natural Sciences since 2005, when he began teaching for the Biology and Chemistry departments as an adjunct faculty member. He joined the Carthage faculty full time in 2011.
Prof. Singh teaches courses in genetics, biodiversity, and evolution. He came to Carthage from Northwestern University, where he still works on nanotechnology-related therapeutic options against lymphoma cancer.
Associate Professor of Biology
- Ph.D - Osmania University, India
- M.Sc - Andhra University, India
- MBA - Loyola University, Ill.
- BIO 1100 Biodiversity and Evolution
- BIO 2400 Genetics