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Singh Research Laboratory

"Scientific discoveries of fundamental significance shape the future of our society. A majority of these discoveries come from academic institutions where young and dynamic brains take on new challenges."  ~ R. Singh

 

 

Welcome to the Singh lab website.  This lab is currently engaged in numerous research areas, including:

  • The mechanism of alternative splicing
  • The molecular basis of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)
  • Mechanistic details of how Intronic Splicing Silencer N1 (ISS-N1) could be used as a therapeutic target
  • RNA-protein interactions
  • The isolation of RNA aptamers as detection and diagnostic tools

 


 

The Singh Lab employees include the following:

 

Faculty

Ravindra Singh, Associate Professor and Principle Investigator

Natalia Singh, Adjunct Assistant Professor


Graduate Students

Joonbae Seo, M.S.

Eric Ottesen

Undergraduate Students

Daya Upreti

Mariah Lawler

Jennifer Kaczynski

 


 

Current Open Positions