Ashwani Singhal Research
Ashwani K. Singal is a leading researcher in the field of recurrent depression. She has published several papers and has an extensive research database. Her research helps people understand the causes of depression and the treatment options. She is also an expert on stress and anxiety. She believes that stress causes depression.
Dr. Ashwani Singhal’s research
A doctor of plant sciences with over 32 years of experience, Dr. Ashwani Singhal’s research has been internationally recognized and is part of a growing body of work in the field. He has performed more than 6,000 joint replacement surgeries and over 4,000 arthroscopic surgeries. He has particular expertise in knee replacement surgery, total femur replacement, and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery. His experience also extends to spine and neck biopsy.
Dr. Ashwani K. Singal’s research
Dr. Singal has clinical and translational interests in alcoholic liver disease. He has received funding from the American College of Gastroenterology and has published more than 230 original research articles and book chapters in national/international journals. He is also an active member of the editorial board of several journals and serves on the research award committees of the AGA and AASLD. He is also an associate editor for the journal Digestive and Liver Disease. His research is supported by the Transplant Institute of UAB and the pharmaceutical industry.
Singal’s research has resulted in a comprehensive understanding of alcoholic liver disease and how to prevent its complications. He presented his findings at the annual scientific meeting of the American College of Gastroenterology. He summarized the latest recommendations for the management of patients with this disease.
His research on alcoholic liver disease is highly regarded and has been published in leading medical journals. His work has been funded by numerous pharmaceutical companies and government organizations. He has authored over 225 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and is regularly invited to speak at national and international meetings. His hobbies include cooking, reading, and watching movies. He also speaks Hindi.
He is an executive member of the American College of Gastroenterology’s practice parameters committee. He has helped develop practice guidelines for alcoholic liver disease and vascular disorders of the liver. He has also served on study sections for the National Institutes of Health. He is also involved in reviewing scientific research abstracts and research grants for the American Gastroenterological Association. Additionally, he is the secretary of the American College of Gastroenterologists’ special interest group in alcoholic liver disease and chairs its education subcommittee.