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Houston Methodist. Leading Medicine

Jaykrishna Singh

Jaykrishna Singh, Ph.D.

Jaykrishna Singh, Ph.D.

Jaykrishna Singh, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Fellow
The Methodist Hospital Research Institute

E-mail: jvsingh@houstonmethodist.org
Phone: 713-741-7447
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Education

B.S.   Mechanical Engineering, North Maharashtra University, India.
Ph.D.   Theoretical Chemistry, University of Houston, Houston, United States.
 

Biography

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.

Description of Research

  • Stochastic modeling of vascular and cellular growth
  • Computational drug delivery
  • Biomedical image processing

Major Areas of Research

Computational Biology

Recent Publications

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).