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Paul Singh, B.S. (summa cum laude) Biochemistry, MD, DO, PhD

Paul Singh is a biochemist, mathematician, surgeon-physician, and a urogynecologist. He is a scholar of eastern and western intellectual traditions. He currently serves as a professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the College of Medicine at the University of Science, Arts and Technology at Montserrat, British West Indies.

Dr Singh's lifelong passion is to bring about science literacy to public for the benefit of all humanity and to alleviate suffering through humanitarian projects to reduce the pain caused by poverty, disease and incurable illnesses. As a writer, he is interested in investigating everything as reflected in his books that are on a wide variety of unrelated topics in science, philosophy, religion, politics, economics, law, social justice and the government.

Paul Singh hopes to bring to the public attention causes of human social behaviors through his writings, causes which most scientists believe the public cannot handle. They believe the public should be insulated against any detailed understanding of such truths. Other scientists fear backlash, rejection or repercussions. The author has remarked, "Imagine if Charles Darwin worried so much about his unsavory theory that he decided to hold it back, one of the greatest truths our world has ever known". " He further states, that, "such truths may appear to be quite disturbing at first, but they are indeed very liberating for mankind once fully comprehended in their entirety".

Paul Singh has held memberships and fellowships of organizations, such as the American Medical Association, The American College of Surgeons,The American Society of Endo-Laproscopic surgeons, California Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is also a member of the American Physical Society and the American Chemical Society and their technical divisions of Chemical Physics, Quantum Chemistry, Biological and Medicinal Chemistry. He also is an active member of Doctors without Borders and Chemists without Borders.

Paul Singh is the founder president of Singh Global Initiatives, a philanthropic organization and a 501 (c) (3) public charity. All humanitarian projects around the world are operated by volunteers under the umbrella of Singh Global Initiatives, making health and science education accessible to all. Among these projects is a Pediatric Sleep Disorders Foundation. The foundation provides free medical advice and support to children around the world who suffer from narcolepsy and other incurable sleep related neurological disorders.

Dr Singh commenced his lifelong pursuit of science education at Manhattan College and the College of Mount Saint Vincent in New York City . Pursuing majors in Chemistry and Biochemistry, he graduated summa cum laude in 1990. Paul Singh went on to pursue a degree in Osteopathic Medicine at the New York Institute of Technology. Subsequently, he earned an M.D. and a PhD.

He studied Obstetrics and Gynecology at Seton Hall University in New Jersey and at the State University of New York Affiliate, Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center. In 2000, he traveled to California to finish his post-doctoral studies including Chief residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Kern Medical Center, a UCLA residency program. He went on to specialize in Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery. Throughout his early medical career, Paul Singh did research projects and fellowships at Cornell, Yale and Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

During his medical career , Singh has received several honors and awards for excellence in Science from various institutions, such as the Pew Foundation, College of Mount Saint Vincent, New York City and the Kern Medical Center in California. He lives in Menlo Park, California with his wife and three children.