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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:



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