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Prof. Sarman Singh

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Updated 31-3-2011 Dr. Singh /AIIMS/India

Curriculum Vitae

Prof. Sarman Singh

Index of Contents

Title Page nos.

  • Personal and educational details

  • Positions Held

  • Major Research Areas

  • Fellowships, Awards and Honours

  • Leadership Demonstrated

  • Referee for Scientific Journals and Research Grant Proposals

  • Membership of Medical and Scientific Societies, Editorial Boards

  • Conferences / Workshops/ meetings attended/ papers presented

  • Postgraduate Students Guided

  • Short-term/hands-on trainings provided

  • External Examiner for Universities/Institutions

  • Office bearer of Medical & Scientific Societies Administrative committees and other bodies

  • Scientific Conferences, Meeting and Medical Camps Organised

  • Research Projects Directed

  • Patents

  • Publications: Books and Book- Chapters

  • Publications: Research papers

  • Publications: Abstracts: International

  • Publications: Abstracts: National

  • Invited to Chair the Scientific Sessions/Deliver Lectures

  • Mass Awareness Publications/ films

Curriculum Vitae

Name: Dr. Sarman Singh

Date of Birth: November 9, 1956

Institute Affiliation: Professor & Head

of Clinical Microbiology

Department of Laboratory Medicine

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi-110029

Postal Address: DII/2, AIIMS Campus,

Ansari Nagar

New Delhi-110029.


Phone: (Hospital) (+91-11) 2658-8484 / 2659-4977

(Residence) (+91-11) 26180930/ 2659 3313

FAX: (+91-11) 2658-8663/ 2658-8641



Qualifications: University Degree with date:

B.Sc. Agra University 1976

M.B.B.S. K.G.M.C., Lucknow 1982

D.H.A. (Dip. Hosp. Adm.) Y.M.C.A., New Delhi 1985

M.D. (Medical Microbiology) P.G.I.M.E.R., Chandigarh 1987

Graduate Course Epidemiology Univ. Michigan (USA) 1990

^ Appointments in chronological order:




^ Nature of Work

Internship, Aligarh, UP



Patient care, (rural and urban posting)

Junior Resident (Ortho) RML Hospital, N. Delhi



surgical and medical management of patients, Teaching,

Junior Resident (Micro)

PGIMER, Chandigarh



Patient care, Teaching, Research.

Senior Resident (Micro) ,

AIIMS, New Delhi



Disease diagnosis, Teaching, Research, Administration

Assist. Professor (Micro) AIIMS, New Delhi



Research, Teaching,

Administration & Disease diagnosis

Research Associate (DBT)

Chicago Medical School, Chicago, USA



Research, Molecular Biology of Parasites With Prof. KP Chang

Assoc. Professor (Micro) AIIMS, New Delhi



Research, Teaching, AIDS Counselling, Administration & Disease diagnosis

National Consultant (HIC) WHO/NACO, New Delhi, India



Teaching /training and visiting various hospitals of India, Advising the NACO on STD epidemiology, prevention and

Hospital Infection Control practices.

Additional Professor (Micro) AIIMS, New Delhi



Research, Teaching, AIDS Counselling, Administration & Disease diagnosis

Professor (Micro) AIIMS, New Delhi


Till date

Research, Teaching, AIDS Counselling, Administration & Disease diagnosis

^ Superannuation- November 30, 2021

Major Research Areas

  1. Molecular Epidemiology of Leishmania donovani and development of VL and PKDL

specific PCR primers

  1. Developing multiplex nucleic acid and antigen detection methods for rapid and specific diagnosis and differentiation of Mycobacterial infections.

  2. Studying the Mechanisms of drug resistance and novel drug targets in M. tuberculosis.

  3. Sequence based species genotypic identification of Mycobacterial isolated from various clinical sites in HIV positive and HIV negative patients.

  4. Development of Recombinant antigens & rapid diagnostic methods for kala-azar

  5. Developing Indigenous PCR and Serodiagnostic Kits for Toxoplasmosis.

  6. Evaluation of various diagnostic kits commercially available in Indian market.

  7. Opportunistic infections in Indian AIDS patients.




  1. Fellow International Medical Sciences Academy, 2009

  2. Fellow Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (UK), 2008

  3. Fellow Indian Academy of Tropical Parasitology, 2008

  4. Fellow National Academy of Medical Sciences, 2006

  5. Fellow Society for Immunology & Immunopathology, India , 2001


  1. Nominated for the Prestigeous PadmaShri Award of Government of India, 2010.

  2. Nominated for the Donald Mackay Medal of the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH), USA, 2007.

  3. BC Roy Award (Hari Om Ashram Alembic Research Award) of Medical Council of India, for the year 2006.

  4. Vigyan Ratna Samman awarded by Council of Science and technology, Government of UP, for the year 2006.

  5. Biotechnology Product, Process and Commercialization Award for Commercialization of a novel recombinant antigen of Leishmania donovani for the accurate diagnosis of kala-azar and PKDL. 2006.

  6. Prof. BP Pandey Memorial Oration Award for Best Teacher in Parasitology, Indian Society for Parasitology 2006.

  7. Merit Award 1998 of the International Immunocompromised Host Society (USA), June 1998, Davos (Switzerland).

  8. ICMR Award for the work on Parasites in general and Toxoplasma gondii in particular by the Indian Council of Medical Research, 1996.

  9. Young Scientist Award 1996 of the International Immunocom-promised Host Society (USA), June 1996, Assisi (Italy).

  10. Biotechnology Long Term Overseas Associateship for 1 year Awarded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, to work in USA, 1994-95

  11. Best Citizen Award of the Best Citizen Publishing House (Delhi) for year 2006

  12. “Man of the Year 1998” by the American Biographical Institute, Raleigh, USA.

  13. Membership of National Academy of Medical Sciences, (India), 1996.

  14. First prize in Hindi dictation by any faculty member at AIIMS, New Delhi for year 2006.

  15. Task Force Member of SERC (FAST TRACK SCHEME) of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. 2004-2007 & again for 2008-2011.

  16. Elected Consulting Editor of The contemporary "Who's Who" (USA). 2003.

  17. Elected Member of Research Advisory Board 1999, American Biographical Institute, Raleigh, USA

  18. Elected Member of the New York Academy of Sciences, USA, 1997.

  19. Awarded Full Scholarship from UNAIDS/Canada Government to present a paper in the XI International Conference on AIDS, Vancouver, July 1996.

  20. Awarded Japan Government Full Scholarship to present a paper in the X International Conference on AIDS/STD, August 1994.

  21. Awarded Young Scientist INSA travel grant to present a paper in the VII International AIDS Conference, June 1991, Italy.

  22. Awarded Young Scientist DST travel grant to attend the VII International AIDS Conference, June 1991, Italy.

  23. Awarded CSIR travel award for obtaining training in Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, University of Michigan, USA, 1990.


    1. Member, Institutional Biosafety committee, Panacea Biotech, New Delhi.

    2. Chairman, Institutional Ethics Committee, of CARE Foundation, Namakkal, Tamilnadu, 2009- onward

    3. Member of the Kala-azar elimination High power committee constituted by DGHS, Gov. of India, 2005-2013.

    4. Member Model Rural Health Research Unit (MRHRU), Department of Health Research, Government of India.

    5. Member- Advisory Board, Dr. B. Lal Institute of Biotechnology, Jaipur, 2009-

    6. Invited Speaker on HIV-TB co-infection for the World AIDS Conference held at Mexico, August 2008.

    7. Member, Board of Faculty & RDC of Life Sciences, CSJM University, Kanpur, 2007-9.

    8. Member of Joint Monitoring Mission of National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme, Ministry of Health, Government of India, 2007-2008.

    9. Chief Guest to inaugurate the Biotechnology Update of IP Degree college of CCS University, Meerut.

    10. Member of the “Scientific Expert Committee on QA/QC Implementation” National Institute of Biological, Ministry of Health, Government of India.2006-2009.

    11. Member of the Selection Committee for "Rashtriya Gyan Vigyan Maulik Pustak Lekhan Puraskar Yojana", Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India for the duration of 2002-03

    12. Honorary Member and only Representative from India for Prison Healthcare Committee of Medical Advocates for Social Justice, Argentina., Since 2001.


    1. International Fellowships

  1. Arshi Munawwar. International Fellowship “HIV Research Trust –Award 2009” International AIDS Society, Geneva, to work at NIH, USA for 6 months.

      1. Shri Mohan Lal Wig Award for Best Clinical Research

  1. Dr. Krishnamoorthy Gopinath was awarded this prestigious Award for the year 2008 for his thesis work tittledPCR and sequence based identification of Mycobacterium sp from extrapulmonary tuberculosis cases”

      1. Best Oral Presentation Awards

  1. K Gopinath and Sarman Singh. “Comparative Evaluation of in-house Multiplex PCR with Conventional Methodologies for Detecting Mycobacteria Infections.” International Conference on Opportunistic Pathogens in AIDS (ICOPA- India 2006) March 27 – 29, 2006, at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.

  2. Ayan Dey, Pawan Sharma, Sarman Singh. “Development of Chimeric DNA vaccine as a strategy for control of L. donovani and M. tuberculosis co-infection.” October 30- November 2, 2008, Tropacon-2, India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.

      1. Best Poster Presentation Award

  1. Ramu Sivakumar, Pawan Sharma, Kwang-Poo Chang and Sarman Singh. “Cloning, expression, and purification of a novel recombinant antigen from Leishmania donovani” January 12–16, 2004, Bangalore University, Bangalore, India,.

  2. K Gopinath and Sarman Singh. “Detection and Identification of Mycobacterial infections in AIDS patients by Multiplex PCR.” IAMM Delhi Chapter, 6th August, 2005, at R.M.L Hospital, New Delhi,.

  3. Sandeep Kumar, K Gopinath, Mani Sankar, and Sarman Singh. “Tetrazolium Microplate Assay as a Rapid and Inexpensive Colorometric Method for Anitubercular Drug Susceptibility Testing.” International Conference on Opportunistics Pathogens in AIDS (ICOPA) March 27-29, 2006, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.

  4. Amit Singh, K Gopinath., and Sarman Singh. “Proteomic analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains sequentially acquired resistance to Isoniazid and Rifampicin.” 10-11 March 2008, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

  5. Amit Singh, K Gopinath., and Sarman Singh. “ATP Binding Cassettes transporters of M. tuberculosis and M. Avium paratuberculosis Phylogeny to Regulatory functions” in International Conference on Opportunistic Pathogens in AIDS, January 27th-29th 2008 at, New Delhi.

  6. Arshi Munawwar, Swati Gupta, Sarman Singh. “Incidence and Prevalence of Human Herpes Virus (HHVs) Infection in HIV-Positive North Indian Patients.” AIDS Society of India (ASICON-2009) 28th Feb-1st March 2009, Jaipur, India.

  7. ^ Arshi Munawwar, Gupta S, Lisco A, Vanpouille C, Sharma SK, Grivel JC, Margolis L, Sarman Singh.: Epstein Barr Virus" A Yet To Be Recognised Virus For Its Role In AIDS: Indian Scenario. International Conference on Opportunistic Pathogens in AIDS (ICOPA- India) October 27-30, 2010, New Delhi

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