Jaykrishna Singh, Ph.D.
|B.S.||Mechanical Engineering, North Maharashtra University, India.|
|Ph.D.||Theoretical Chemistry, University of Houston, Houston, United States.|
Dr. Jaykrishna Singh received his Ph.D in Theoretical Chemistry from the University of Houston in Houston. Dr. Singh joined The Methodist Hospital Research Institute as a Postdoctoral Fellow in April 2011. He has spent over one year of his postdoctoral training in the Bioinformatics lab. His research experience includes computational modeling of cell-cell interaction, tumor growth and cancer system biology.
F Li, J Singh, et al, Modeling Cell-Cell Communication in Cancer Stem Cell Microenvironment by Considering Molecular and Cellular Heterogeneities. NCI’s Integrative Cancer Biology Program (ICBP) Mathematical Modeling Cancer Systems, Tampa, Florida, March 18-20, 2012.
F Li, H Tan, J Singh et al, A 3D Imaging-Driven Computational Model for Simulating and Predicting Tumor Development and Re-growth under Tumor Microenvironment. NCI’s Integrative Cancer Biology Program (ICBP) Mathematical Modeling Cancer Systems, Tampa, Florida, March 18-20, 2012.
H Tan, F Li, J Singh, et al, A Mathematical Model for the Development of Cancer Stem Cells under Tumor Microenvironment, November 2011 at 8th Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center Symposium.
J Singh et al. Isotope effect and temperature dependent intramolecular excitation energy transfer in model donor-acceptor LPPP5-PDI dyad, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2010, (12), 7418.
J Singh et al. Fluorescence depolarization in MEH-PPV: sites versus eigenstates hopping, Journal of Chemical Physics, 131, 194905 (2009).