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Harshpal M. Singh, MD

  • Neurosurgery

680 Kinderkamack Road, Suite 300
Oradell, NJ 07649

Bio

Harshpal Singh M.D. is a board-certified neurosurgeon and received his bachelor’s degree with high honors from the University of Georgia. After completing medical school at the Medical College of Georgia, he completed his neurosurgical training at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, where his main focus of research was the minimally invasive treatment of spinal tumors. While at Mount Sinai Medical Center, he completed a one-year fellowship in neuro-radiology. Dr. Singh then completed a fellowship in complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery at the University of Miami, home of the world-renowned Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. While at the university, he focused on the treatment of spinal cord injury, severe spinal trauma, and complex cervical spine deformity. He also focused his clinical research on the study of spinal fusion and complex revision spinal surgery.

Dr. Singh has been published in several peer-reviewed journals on numerous topics that reflect his interest in the treatment of spinal trauma, spinal degenerative disorders, deformity, and spinal tumors. He has authored a number of textbook chapters including critical care management of subarachnoid hemorrhage and cervical spondylotic myelopathy. Dr. Singh also maintains a strong interest in neurological head trauma and general neurosurgery. He is a member of numerous professional societies including American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, and Joint Sections of Spine and Peripheral Nerve of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons.

Education

University of Miami - Fellowship

Miami, FL

July, 2010 - July, 2011

Complex & Minimally Invasive Spine Fellowship

Mount Sinai School of Medicine - Residency

New York, NY

July, 2009 - June, 2010

Chief Resident un Neurosurgery

Mount Sinai School of Medicine - Residency

New York, NY

July, 2005 - June, 2009

Resident in Neurosurgery

Mount Sinai School of Medicine - Internship

New York, NY

July, 2007 - June, 2005

General Surgery Internship

Medical College of Georgia - Medical Education

Augusta, GA

August, 2000 - June, 2004

Doctor of Medicine

University of Georgia - Pre-Professional Education

Athens, GA

2000

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Awards/Honors

Novonordisk Neurocritical Care Award Presentation, 2007

75th Annual Meeting American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS)

Certifications

Fellow American Association of Neurological Surgeons, 2015

Board Certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons, 2015

American Board of Neurological Surgery written examination Pass, 2008

Publications

3rd. Minimally Invasive Surgical Approach for Odontoid Lesions: A Technical Description in a Case of High Cervical Osteomyelitis and Abscess.

World Neurosurg.

2016

Other contributors include, Riley K, Meyer SA, Jenkins AL.

Case studies of cerebrospinal fluid leakage and management.

Argo Spine Journal.

2012

Other contributors include, Wang MY.

Abcc8 suppression reduces secondary injury after experimental SCI.

World Neurosurg.

2011

Wang MY

Arachnoiditis Ossifificans.

World Neurosurg.

2011

Other contributors include, Meyer SA, Jannapureddy MR, Weiss N.

Neural progenitors restore connectivity across an injures spinal cord.

World Neurosurg.

2011

Other contributors include, Wang MY.

Gabapentin reduces experimental secondary neurologic dysfunction in rats.

Neurosurgery.

2011

Other contributors include, Wang MY.

Novel Fluoroscopic Technique for Localization at Cervicothoracic Levels.

J Spinal Disord Tech.

2009

Other contributors include, Meyer SA, Hecht A, Jenkins AJ.

Treatment of primary vertebral tumors.

Mt. Sinai J Med.

2009

Other contributors include, Meyer SA, Jenkins AL.

Treatment of metastatic spine tumors.

Mt. Sinai J Med.

2009

Other contributors include, Meyer SA, Jenkins AL.

Golf-associated head injury in the pediatric population: a common sports injury.

J Neurosurg.

2006

Other contributors include, Rahimi SY, Yeh DJ, Shaver EG, Flannery AM, Lee MR.

History of Thoracic Instrumentation.

Neurosurg Focus.

2004

Other contributors include, Rahimi ST, Yeh DJ, Floyd D.

Neurological complications: Late neurological decline including syringomyelia. (Book chapter)

Spinal Cord Injury

2009

Other contributors include, Choudhri TF.

Syringomyelia. (Book chapter)

Fundamentals of Operative Techniques in Neurosurgery.

2009

Other contributors include, Smith AJ, Choudhri TF.

Suboccipital approach to the foramen magnum. (Book chapter)

Fundamentals of Operative Techniques in Neurosurgery.

2009

Other contributors include, McAnany S, Choudhri TF.

Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. (Book chapter)

Decision Making in Neurocritical Care.

2009

Other contributors include, Bederson JB.

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