Dr. Davinder Singh graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s in Biochemistry and went to AUC for medical school. Upon graduation, he joined UMASS medical school and worked on developing 3D skin models to test drug and cell interactions. His laboratory work included cell culturing, working with viruses, and extracting CD8 T cells from blood. Aside from research, Dr. Singh is heavily involved in community volunteering and spends time at local temples and shelters. He started volunteering and helping communities at the start of his 3rd year of medical school clinicals in New York. His responsibilities included organizing events that improved community awareness on various healthcare conditions such as high blood pressure, HIV, and diabetes. Currently, he is an internal medicine resident and heavily involved in research. He has submitted multiple case reports, abstracts, and posters for clinical research. He intends to pursue a fellowship in cardiology and subsequently interventional cardiology.