ABOUT DR KULDEEP SINGH

                       

NAME                                                   DR KULDEEP SINGH

 

DATE OF BIRTH                                 6th December 1965

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

FATHER’S NAME                              Mr Pratap Singh

 

WIFE                                                      Dr Pratibha Singh, Associate Professor in Obst & Gynae, SAIMS, INDORE

 

PERMANENT &

Corresponding Address                     Gerbera 301, Shalimar Township A B Road, INDORE,  452010, INDIA

Ph-09303200703 (Mobile) 07313292494 (res)

 

NATIONALITY                                   Indian

 

QUALIFICATIONS                             MBBS, MD (Pediatrics) DM (Medical Genetics)

 

PRESENT EMPLOYMENT                 Professor and Head

Department of Pediatrics

C-ordinator Medical Education Unit

                                                                All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

Jodhpur Basni Industrial Area Phase 2

                                                                JODHPUR

                                                                India

EMAIL:                                                  kulpra@hotmail.com

Website:                                                 www.drkuldeep.org

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Resume

 

 

I completed my basic medical education (MBBS) from King George’s Medical College, Lucknow, India. During my UG training I became interested in diseases of children because of challenges in diagnosing and also in providing care to small kids. After my post graduation (MD in Pediatrics), I continued to be involved in care of children but had strong inclination towards specializing and therefore I joined the DM course in Medical Genetics at Sanjay Gandhi PGI, a Premier Institute for super-specialization. I learned a lot during this period beside my clinical exposure of patients with genetic syndromes and conditions. Interest in an academic career led to a faculty positions at B P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal. Here too I continued to be involved in clinical teaching and training, worked up children with genetic disorders besides my duties as a pediatrician. I was actively involved in establishing and maintaining NICU/ PICU and Intermediate Care Nursery. During my tenure here I also learnt various aspects of Medical education, teaching and assessment methodologies. After my return to India, I had an year spent at Himalyan Institute, Dehradun before finally settling at Indore as Faculty in Pediatrics and as Consultant in Pediatrics and Genetics. I have total experience of about 22 years in Pediatrics and Genetic conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

 

 

DEGREE

UNIVERSITY/BOARD

YEAR

 

PASSED

ATTEMPTS

DISTINCTION

HIGH SCHOOL

UP BOARD, ALLAHABAD,

 

1980

ONE

SCIENCE, MATHS & ENGLISH

 

INTERMEDIATE

UP BOARD, ALLAHABAD

1982

ONE

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

 

MBBS

LUCKNOW UNIVERSITY

1988

ONE

CERTIFICATE OF HONOURS IN SURGERY

MD (PEDIATRICS)

LUCKNOW UNIVERSITY

1991

ONE

-

DM (MEDICAL  GENETICS)

SGPGIMS (LUCKNOW  )

1995

ONE

-


 

EXPERIENCE

 

NAME OF INSTITUTION

DESIGNATON

TYPE OF DUTIES & WORK

FROM

TO

 

KING GEORGE’S MEDICAL COLLEGE, LUCKNOW

 

 

House-officer Paed and Medicne

 

 

UG Teaching/Routine & on call Hospital

 

1988

 

1989

-DO-

 

 

Junior Resident

 

-DO-

1989

1991

-DO-

 

 

SR (Chief Resident)

 

Worked as a Chief with administrative work, teaching and training

1991

1992

SANJAY GANDHI PGIMS, LUCKNOW, INDIA

 

 

Senior Resident

Medical Genetics

Work-up of Genetic disorders, managed Thalassemia/Hemophilia/Genetic conditions

1993

1996

B.P. KOIRALA INSTITUTE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, DHARAN, NEPAL

 

As Faculty Pediatrics on Deputation from GOI, MEA

UG Teaching/ Setting up of Genetic Clinic/ Tropical medicine.

Started Cyto-genetic lab/

Development and Implementation of innovative UG & PG Teaching Program.

Developed PICU/NICU

 

1996

2002

Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, DEHRADUN, INDIA (Now a Deemed University)

Associate Professor

Pediatrics

 

UG/PG Teaching/ General Pediatrics/ Implemented genetic services

2002

2003

Shri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences, INDORE

Associate and Professor and then Head, Pediatrics

Clinical work, Teaching and training of UG and PG, administrative

2004

Till Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:

A.

1.
Nema N, Singh K, Varma A. Complex Choristoma in Sebaceous nevus syndrome. Pediatr Dermatolol 2012 (in press)
 
           
                 
       

2. Status of School Children of Indore Hailing From Different Socioeconomic Status. National J Comm Med 2011; 2: 216-220
 
           
                 
       

3.   Singh K. Advances in Management of Ocular genetic Disorders. In Nema HV, Nema N, editors. Recent advances in Ophthalmology-9New Delhi. Jaypee-Highlights Medical Publishers, Inc 2010. p 249-272.          
                 
       


    4. Malik GK, Singh K, Sharma B, Misra PK, Das V, Sitholey P : Behavior development in normal neonates. Indian Pediatr 1993,30:1003-1009                                         
       

5.       Agarwal S, Gulati R, Singh K : Hemoglobin E-Beta Thalassemia in Uttar Pradesh. Indian Pediatr 1997, 34 :287-292

 

3.       Singh R, Faridi MMA, Singh K : Prepucial Epstein Pearl Revisited. Trop Doctor 1998; 28:124

 

4.       Singh R, Faridi MMA, Singh K, Siddiqui R, Bhat N . Epidemic Dropsy in Eastern region of Nepal. J  Tropical Pediatrics, 1999; 45: 8-13.

 

5.       Singh K, Singh R, Bhatt N,  Parija SC, Faridi MMA. A Clinico-laboratory study of  Kala-azar in Children in eastern Nepal. J  Tropical Pediatrics 1999; 45: 95- 97

 

6.       Singh K, Singh R, Parija SC. Lymphadenopathy  in a case of Indian  Kala-azar in Dharan, Nepal. Indian Pediatr; 1125-1126

 

7.       Singh R, Gupta P, Singh K, Koirala S. Undergraduate Pediatrics  education at  BPKIHS: Integrated With an Innovative Curriculum.  Indian Pediatr 1999, 36 : 43- 50

 

8.       Singh K, Phadke SR, Agarwal SS. Mandibulo-Acral Dysplasia: Indian Patient with severe bony  changes. JAPI 1999 ; 47 :833-834

 

9.       Singh K, Singh R, Parija SC. Unusual presentation of Tuberculosis in an infant . Indian J Pediatr 1999; 66: 813-814

 

10.    Singh K,  Parija  SC, Singh R. Infantile hookworm disease.. Indian J  Pediatr. 2000; March

 

11.    Gupta P, Singh K, Singh R, Sharma C, Kukreti R. Unusual case of Scrotal swelling. Indian Pediatr. 2000; 37: 1013-1016.

 

12.     Singh K, Ramachandran VG, Kumar V, Khanal B, Singh R. Trichosporonosis in a previously healthy child in Nepal. Indian Pediatr. 2001; 38: 667-670

 

13.    Gupta P, Singh K, Singh R, Sharma C, Kukreti R. Tubercular Epididymo-orchitis: A rare presentation of Disseminated tiberculosis. World Peditr Adol Fam Care. 2001; 8: 103-105

 

14.    Prasad R, Singh R, Singh K. Bilateral congenital chylothorax in Noonan syndrome. Indian Pediatr. 2002; 39:

 

 

 

B.      PAPERS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION

 

1.        Singh R, Singh K, Gupta P.  Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Kala-azar. Health  Renaissance (in press)

 

 

C.      Chapter in Book: 3 sections in “Essential Preventive Medicine” Editor Ghai & Gupta

 

D.      Articles published in Dainik Bhaskar and Nai Dunia, Indore for general public education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AWARDS:

 

  1. Offered Commonwealth Scholarship in Cancer Genetics toward M Phil at Charing Cross Hospital, London in 1996.
  2. Fellowship by European Society of Human Genetics to present paper titled “Digital photography in Cytogenetics: An innovative and inexpensive approach” at 10th International Congress of Human Genetics (ICHG) conference, May 15- 19, 2001 in Vienna, Austria
  3. Certificates of Honor in Surgery in Final MBBS, 1987
  4. Best paper Award in Oral session at 4th Annual Scientific meeting at BPKIHS, 1997

 

 

 

 

 

PAPER PRESENTED

 

1.       K SINGH, R SINGH, N BHATT, MMA FARIDI, SC PARIJA. KALA-AZAR IN CHILDREN. ORAL PAPER PRESENTED AT 3RD ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF BPKIHS, DHARAN, NEPAL.

               

2.       K SINGH, R SINGH, N BHATT.: DAPSONE POISONING IN CHILDREN: 2 CASE REPORTS. POSTER PAPER PRESENTED AT 3RD ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF BPKIHS, DHARAN, NEPAL.

 

3.       THAPA P, KUKRETI M, SINGH K, KAUR TP, SINGH R.: PERINATAL AUDIT OF BPKIHS. PRESENTED AT 1ST NATIONAL CONF OF PESON AND 3RD WORKSHOP OF FAOPS AT KATHMANDU, NEPAL, DEC. 17-18, 1997

 

4.       SINGH K, SINGH R, BHATT N, FARIDI MMA, PARIJA SC, DAS ML. :KALA-AZAR IN CHILDREN IN EASTERN NEPAL. 35TH IAP CONF , KOCHI, INDIA, JAN 8-11 1998

 

5.       SINGH K, SINGH R, GUPTA P.: PROFILE OF  BIRTH DEFECTS AT BPKIHS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO PEDIATRIC HOSPITALISATION. PRESENTED AT 9TH NEPALESE CONGRESS OF PEDIATRICS, KATHMANDU, NEPAL, 19-21 MARCH 1998

 

6.       SINGH K, SINGH R. WELL BABY CLINIC: A BPKIHS EXPERIENCE. ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF BPKIHS DHARAN, SEPTEMBER 7TH, 1999

 

7.       SINGH K, JHA C B, KUMAR N. DIGITAL PHOTGRAPHY IN CYTOGENETICS: AN INNOVATIVE AND INEXPENSIVE  APPROACH. 10TH ICHG MEETING AT VIENNA, AUSTRIA, 2001

 

8.       SINGH K, SINGH R. MULTIMEDIA RICH WEBPAGE AS A MEANS FOR ONLINE CONSULTATION IN REMOTE AREA. PRESENTED AT 10TH ANNUAL MEDICINE MEETS VIRTUAL REALITY CONFERENCE HELD AT NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, 23 JANUARY- 26 JANUARY 2002

 

 

 

 

 

CO-AUTHOR FOR PAPER PRESENTED BY OTHERS:

 

1.       SINGH R, SINGH A, SINGH K, KARKI BMS, KAUR TP.: A CLINICO-LABORATORY PROFILE OF NEONATAL SEPTICEMIA AT BPKIHS, DHARAN. PRESENTED AT 9TH NEPALESE  CONGRESS OF PEDIATRICS, KATHMANDU, NEPAL ,19-21 MARCH,1998

 

2.       MALIK GK, SINGH K, SHARMA B, MISRA PK, DAS V, SITHOLEY P.: THE BEHAVIOUR OF NORMAL NEONATES. PRESENTED AT 11TH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF NNF, TRIVANDRUM, FEB 20-23,1992

 

3.       KUKRETI R, SINGH K, SINGH R.: AN UNUSUAL PRESENTATION OF POSTERIOR URETHRAL VALVE IN A NEONATE. PRESENTED AT 3RD ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEET OF BPKIHS, DHARAN , NEPAL  SEPT   1997

 

 

 

 

INVITED LECTURES

 

1.       THALASSEMIA: DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT. : GIVEN AT MONTHLY MEETING OF LUCKNOW DIST BRANCH OF IAP ,19TH FEB, 1994

 

2.       PRESENTED VARIOUS LECTURES AT CME ORGANISED AT BPKIHS, DHARAN, NEPAL

 

3.       PRESENTED “GENETICS FOR SURGEON” AT INTER-DEPARTMENTAL PG TEACHING PROGRAMME OF BPKIHS, DHARAN, NEPAL.

 

4.       GENETICS IN MEDICINE- FOR POST GRADUATES IN MEDICINE, MGM MEDICAL COLLEGE, INDORE, INDIA , APRIL 2005

 

5.    INNOVATION IN CLINICAL GENETICS- IAP CME on GENETICS 18th March 2008

 

 

 

WORKSHOPS, CME AND CONFERENCES

 

1.       SHORT TERM COURSE FOR PEDIATRICIANS ON MULTIPLE HANDICAPS AT NIMH, SECUNDERABAD, INDIA,  30TH JAN. - 1ST FEB. 1995.

 

2.       INDO - GERMAN WORKSHOP ON IN-VITRO TOXICOLOGY AT ITRC, LUCKNOW , INDIA, NOV. 7-9, 1994.

 

3.       SYMPOSIUM ON GENE THERAPY” ORGANISED BY RANBAXY SCIENCE  FOUNDATION, 12TH SEPT, 1994, NEW DELHI

 

4.       SYMPOSIUM ON CHILDHOOD TUBERCULOSIS; ORGANISED BY RANBAXY SCIENCE FOUNDATION, SEPT. 12, 1994. NEW DELHI.

 

5.       NEONATOLOGY UPDATE, DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS, K.G.’S MEDICAL COLLEGE.LUCKNOW , DEC, 14 ,1991.

 

6.       XXIX NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS HELD AT NAGPUR, JANUARY 9-12, 1992

 

7.       35TH NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS HELD AT COCHIN, JANUARY 8-11,1998.

 

8.       36TH NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF IAP AND 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF TROPICAL PEDIATRICS , HELD AT JAIPUR , INDIA 10TH –14TH FEBRUARY, 1999

 

9.       37TH ANNUAL IAP CONFERENCE OF IAP, HYDERABAD, INDIA, 27TH – 30 JANUARY 2000.

 

10.    25TH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF NATIONAL NEONATOLOGY FORUM, MUMBAI, INDIA, 2ND TO 5TH NOVEMBER, 2000

 

11.    10TH ANNUAL MEDICINE MEETS VIRTUAL REALITY  (MMVR) CONFERENCE AT NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA , USA, 23-26TH JANUARY, 2002

 

12.    INDIAN SOCIETY OF HUMAN GENETICS CONFERENCE ISHG 2002, FEBRUARY 14-16, 2002, TRIVANDRUM, INDIA

 

 

 

 

REVIEWER

 

 

1.      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE OF CHILDHOOD, 1999

2.      MEDICAL EDUCATION ONLINE,

3.     INDIAN PEDIATRICS, 2009

4.     ACTA PEDIATRICA, 2009

 

RESEARCH:

1.      MD Thesis: A neurobehavioral Study of Neonates

2.      DM Projects:  RFLP in Hemophilia, Thalasemia E beta mutations, Sweat testing in CF

3.      Projects in Nepal: Predictive utility of neuro-behavior and neuro-imaging in preterms with birth asphyxia 

4.      Seizure disorders in children in Nepal, 2001-2002

 

 

THESIS GUIDE

             

5.      Principal Guide of MD (Pediatrics) Thesis “ A Study of Neonatal Septicemia”

6.      Principal Guide of MD (Pediatrics) Thesis “Profile of Seizure disorders in children”.

7.      Co-guide in many thesis

 

 

 

 

 

 

OTHERS

 

 

 

                1. INTEREST IN COMPUTERS AND INTERNET. FOLLOWING ARE MY PERSONAL WEB-SITES:

 

 

                                (a) http://www.drkuldeep.org

                        (b) http://home.graffiti.net/drkuldeep/

 

               

 

I HAVE PUT SOME OF MY PERSONAL AND ACADEMIC WORK ON THESE SITES AND ARE BEING CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED BY ME.

 

               

 

 

2. I have interest in digital photography and have an archive of some rare and unusual cases to my credit.

3. Established Genetics Clinic and Cytogenetics Laboratory at B P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal.

4. Experience in ICU’s PICU/NICU and almost all pediatrics procedures.

5. Flair for informatics, telemedicine and use of innovative technology in medical care and Medical Education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEMBERSHIP OF SOCIETIES

 

 

  1. Life member Indian Academy of Pediatrics
  2. Life member Indian Medical Association.
  3. Life member Indian Society of Human Genetics
  4. Life member Association of Physicians of India
  5. Life member National Neonatology Forum
  6. Life member Indian Pharmacology Society
  7. Life member Association of Physiologists and Pharmacologists of India
  8. Life member Nepal Medical Association

 

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