Bharti Singal

Davis, CA, US
Field of Work 
Biophysics
 
Biochemistry
Company 
University of California, Davis
Job Title or "Student" 
Postdoctoral Scholar
Education 
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Degree 
PhD in Biological sciences
Education Level 
PhD
Profile Biography 
Born and brought up in Delhi, Dr Bharti Singal holds a PhD from Nanyang technological university, Singapore. Dr Singal studied protein responsible for stringent response in mycobacterium tuberculosis during Latent TB infection in her doctoral thesis. Prior to that she ranked first in Master’s degree in Bioinformatics for which she had been awarded gold medal New Delhi. She holds two bachelors, one in life sciences (B.Sc.) and the other in education (BEd) from Delhi University. Dr. Singal taught biology for 2.5 years at high school level and also gained research experience in India, Singapore and USA in several labs. Dr. Singal is currently working as a postdoctoral scholar (Biochemistry and structural biology) at university of California, Davis, USA and simultaneously volunteering in INDIA by promoting women in STEM as a CEO of program Kalpana at Vigyanshaala International (NGO). Dr. Singal have published research articles on infectious diseases namely meningitis, tuberculosis, SARS-CoV2 in reputed journals nationally and internationally and have two book chapters on malaria in pipeline. She has presented her research work at several international conferences such as Gordon research conferences etc. Her humble family background keeps her grounded and motivates her to work for social good in every possible way. She believes that the universe is waiting to be explored if one has the zeal to do so.
Interests 
Dance, Travel
Race & Ethnicity 
Asian
Level of Participation 
Job shadow, Online role model
My Experience 
I have been a Role Model many times.
Availability 
Evenings
Resources 
Career exploration activities, Identifying other role models, Online Mentoring (email or Skype)
Program Affiliation 
None

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