ASU's Dr. Shree Singh to Speak at 2019 Annual Research Symposium
By ASU News Services
Dr. Shree Singh, professor of Microbiology at Alabama State University will be the featured speaker at the 2019 Annual Research Symposium. He will discuss, “Applications of Gold Nanomaterials for RSV inhibition.”
Singh is a prominent leader and currently the Director of the Center for NanoBiotechnology Research at ASU, which was found as a NSF Center of Research Excellence in Science and Technology in 2007. His laboratory has made world-class contributions in the development of nanobiomaterials and nanosensors for drug delivery.
Singh received a Ph.D. degree in Microbiology from Auburn University. He has been involved with vaccine development and immune system response against novel recombinant and protein vaccines for about 25 years. Dr. Singh has helped secure federal funding of over $35 million while at ASU. His recent research involves field of nanobiotechnology which uses novel nanomaterials to develop anti-viral molecules and develop nanosensors for detection of microorganisms. He has authored over 80 original research articles in peer reviewed journals, one general biology laboratory manual and several book chapters. Singh has made over 500 scientific presentations at scientific meetings and delivered many seminars in the US and other countries. Dr. Singh established the Center for NanoBiotechnology Research at ASU in 2007 and helped train many PhD, MS and undergraduate students in last two decades. He also established worldwide collaborations with many countries including Argentina, Armenia, China, Ethiopia, France, India, Malaysia and United Kingdom.