Harpreet Singh M.Sc. Ph.D. FAHA

Harpreet Singh is primarily interested in understanding the physiological role of intracellular ion channels. He is leading an enthusiastic and highly motivated research group at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center that is making significant contributions to the identification and understanding of the functional role of intracellular ion channels. He teaches advanced physiology and pharmacology, graduate physiology, modern approaches in physiology and participates in PIL for medical students. In addition to research, Harpreet enjoys running, Punjabi and Sufi music.

Publications can be accessed here.

 Education Training

2018 –          Associate Professor, The Ohio State University
2017 -2018   Associate Professor, Drexel University College of Medicine
2013-2017    Assistant Professor, Drexel University College of Medicine
2011-2013     Research Assistant Professor, University of California Los Angeles
2007-2011    Postdoctoral fellow, University of California Los Angeles
2003-2007  Ph.D. Student, University of Edinburgh, UK

 Significant awards/ recognition

2021               Co-Chair GRC Organellar Channels & Transporters
2019               Vice-Chair GRC Organellar Channels & Transporters
2018               Fellow of the American Heart Association
2017               Early Investigator Award, Drexel University College of Medicine
2011               National Scientist Development Grant
2006             Pfizer Prize at The Biochemical Society Glasgow UK
2003             College of Medicine Fellowship, The University of Edinburgh, UK
2003             Overseas Research Students Award UK