Dr. Narendra Singh - Sr. Clinician Scientist

Dr. Singh graduated in the top ten of his class from Dalhousie Medical School in Halifax Nova Scotia and went on to complete a residency and cardiology fellowship at the University of Toronto. He practiced for 8 year in Toronto at Rouge Valley Health System- Centenary site.  He has previously been director of Scarborough Cardiology Research, cofounder of the GTACC organization, and also past National Secretary of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society

He moved to Atlanta in 2002. He was a partner with Northside Cardiology PC and recently joined with Atlanta Heart Specialists, LLC, where he is Director of Clinical Research. He has been Clinical Assistant Professor at Emory University . Dr Singh is currently a councillor on the Georgia Chapter, American College of Cardiology board.

Dr Singh is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Dr Singh has been a site investigator in over 80 national and international trials. He actively designs and conducts independent research. He has published extensively on topics ranging from acute coronary syndromes, health outcomes, disparities in access to care and South Asian heart disease.

He was previously a member of the St Joseph’s Heart Failure Advisory Board. He has been a  principal author on the CCS Concensus Statement on Cardiac Transplantation. He remains active in heart failure research involving both novel pharmacological and non pharmacological therapies.

Since 2007 he has been on the Marquis Who’s Who in Medicine publication list.  In 2011 Dr Singh was awarded the GA Chapter American College of Cardiology Distinguished Service Award .

Dr Singh is married with 3 children. He speaks some Hindi. He enjoys sports, travelling, live performances and music.

 

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