Dr. Lavleen Singh







Dr.Lavleen Singh did her graduation and senior residency from AIIMS,NEW DELHI where apart from routine research, teaching and diagnostic work she developed special interest in renal pathology, her thesis work on steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome got several accolades including AIIMS excellence award and V. Ramalingaswami  award.

As senior resident and senior research associate she viewed and facilitated reporting including electron microscopy analysis of hundreds of renal biopsies.

Her keen interest in area of nephropathology especially  urinary biomarkers and other non-invasive or minimally invasive methods for diagnosis and monitoring of patients led to Early Career Research Grant by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India for conducting a research project,  Podocyturia in children with nephrotic syndrome: Can urine podocyte levels and its growth characteristics predict steroid resistance. [Project's file no ECR/2017/001099/LS]

She also received Department of Biotechnology(DBT) grant for project entitled, “Endothelial dysfunction in children with chronic kidney disease: Assessed by biomarkers of nitric oxide pathway and flow mediated dilatation -[ BT/PR26946/MED/97/380/2017 ]” as CO-investigator

To further enhance her knowledge in the field of nephropathology she joined and successfully completed International Society of nephropathology certificate program.

She joined CNBC in 2015 as assistant professor As assistant professor where she developed histopathology, intra-operative consultation, immunohistochemistry and immunocytochemistry facility. Here she developed special interest in paediatric pathology and wrote several research articles, a book and a number of case reports in this area.

She took keen interest in academics and research and was the part of medical scientific committee and academic committee at CNBC.

Her constant inclination towards finding innovative solutions for overcoming the challenges in resource limited settings led to the formulation of CSF cell stabilizing solution for which she has filed an Indian Patent.

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