Dr Sanjay Singh has research expertise in neural control of the heart and in particular vagal innervation and cardiac ganglia in human heart failure. He has important publications on topography, neurochemistry, and morphology of neurons in human cardiac ganglia. Extensive previous and ongoing collaborations with cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, and pathologists at Loyola and Hines VA Medical Centers. Additional research on magnesium deficiency in ADD, studied using electroencephalography, and in cardiac arrhythmias; collaborations at Hines also include bladder and respiratory muscle stimulation studies for spinal cord injury patients. Dr Singh has extensive teaching experience including medical neuroscience, physiology, and biochemistry at Stritch School of Medicine for 16 years and neuroscience, physiology, and multiple other courses at East-West University. He has trained multiple undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, and medical students at Loyola and East-West Universities. Dr Singh is a highly motivated scientist who is well-respected, well-versed, articulate, conscientious, and committed to reversing disease and training health care professionals.
spinal cord injury,neuroscience, healthcare, Neuro Rehabilitation, Neurological Rehabilitation, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, Neuronal processing, Neurological Disabilities, Neurointensive Care