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<ul><li><p>Keshav K. Singh, Ph.D. Joy and Bill Harbert Endowed Chair </p><p>Professor of Genetics, Pathology and Environmental Health, Founding Editor-in-Chief, </p><p>Mitochondrion Journal, Director, Cancer Genetics Program, UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center </p><p>The University of Alabama at Birmingham </p><p>Dr. Singh did his undergraduate degree in India, Ph.D. in Australia and the postdoctoral studies at Harvard, USA. After completing his postdoctoral </p><p>studies, he joined John Hopkins as Assistant Professor of Oncology and Environmental Health at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. In 2003, he </p><p>moved to Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo NY as Associate Professor of Oncology. At Roswell he rose through the ranks to Professor and then in </p><p>2010 to Distinguish Professor of Oncology. </p><p> At present, he is Joy and Bill Harbert Endowed Chair and Director of Cancer </p><p>Genetics at UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center. He is also a Professor of Environmental Health at UAB School of Public Health. Dr. Singh is the author </p><p>of more than 100 research publications, 3 books. He serves on various expert panels in the United States, Italy, UK, Poland, Singapore and other </p><p>countries. He has won numerous awards. </p><p>He founded the Society for Mitochondrial Research and Medicine in India (www.mitoindia.org) and United States (www.mito.us). These are registered </p><p>professional nonprofit organizations. SMRM, India organizes symposium, conferences and workshop and create awareness about the emerging </p><p>mitochondrial diseases in India. SMRM, India also help patients suffering with mitochondrial diseases. </p><p>Besides several research grants from National Institute of Health, he was also funded from Center for Disease Control (USA) to carry out studies </p><p>related to arsenic contamination in drinking water and development of cancer in Kolkata, India. </p><p>Contact Information: </p><p> Phone: (205) 934-2750 </p><p>email: kksingh@uab.edu </p>http://www.mitoindia.org/http://www.mito.us/mailto:kksingh@uab.edu</li></ul>