Please join us for our annual 2023 Merkel CELLebration/ Dinner…
The Division of Dermatology is delighted to welcome back Neha Singh (she/her) as a Clinical Research Fellow in the Nghiem Lab! Neha has previously supported the Nghiem Lab as an Undergraduate Research Assistant and Research Scientist prior to entering medical school. Neha will help support the Nghiem Lab’s patient care activities and conduct patient outcomes research.
We are thrilled to welcome Neha back to our Nghiem Lab Research Team in South Lake Union!
Hometown: Sammamish, WA
Neha Singh (she/her) is a rising fourth-year medical student at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM). She graduated from the University of Washington with a BS in Biochemistry in 2018 and received a Graduate Certificate in Research in Translational Medicine from Virginia Tech during medical school.
Neha first came to the UW Division of Dermatology in 2016 as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the laboratory of Dr. Paul Nghiem; collaborating with lab members on several projects focused on Merkel cell carcinoma. In 2018, Neha transitioned to become a Research Scientist in the Nghiem Lab where she continued her clinical research efforts and took on additional leadership responsibilities including the coordination of undergraduates in the lab. As a medical student at Virginia Tech, Neha has received many accolades for her high academic standing and clinical performance. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and she has been invited to present at several regional and national conferences. In addition to her studies, Neha is currently supporting research in the Virginia Tech Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics, Pathology, and Dermatology.
Some of Neha’s personal clinical and research interests include dermatologic oncology and skin of color. In her free time, Neha enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, teaching semi-classical Indian dance, and playing tennis.