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"If you have the zeal, the universe is waiting to be explored."
- Dr. Singal

About The Founder

Dr. Bharti Singal is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of California Davis, CA, USA, and working on neurodevelopmental disorders with the aid of structural biology and biochemistry advanced techniques like Cryo-electron Microscopy. 


Dr. Singal holds a Ph.D. from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in Structural biology and Biochemistry and investigated protein responsible for stringent response in “Mycobacterium tuberculosis during Latent TB infection” in her doctoral thesis. Prior to that, she was awarded Gold Medal as the university topper from Jamia Millia Islamia University where she ranked first in Master’s degree in Bioinformatics. Fascinated by science as well as teaching, Dr. Singal completed dual bachelors, one in life sciences from Hans Raj College, Delhi University, and the other in education (BEd) from Delhi University as well. Dr. Singal taught biology for 2.5 years in Maxfort School, Rohini, Delhi, and also gained research experience in India in several labs in south campus DU, JNU, and ICGEB, Delhi.


While working as a postdoctoral scientist in California, Dr. Singal has founded BioXspace where she envisions promoting a holistic problem-solving approach by promoting project-based interdisciplinary learning in science. She contributed her time as a mentor at several NGOs including the New York Academy of sciences and developed and executed the program Kalpana- She for STEM, as a program CEO and lead at Vigyanshaala International.


Dr. Singal has published research articles on various infectious diseases in reputed journals nationally and internationally and has published book chapters on malaria. She has presented her research work at several international conferences such as Gordon research conferences, EMBO and EMBL, etc. Her humble family background keeps her grounded and motivates her to work for social good in every possible way.


She is passionate about promoting science for social good, working for women in STEM, and women empowerment. 

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