Medical School or Training
Northwestern University Medical School, 2002
UCLA, Medical Center, Family Medicine, CA, 2007
American Academy of Family Physicians
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
North American Primary Care Research Group
Health care programs to identify and treat patients exposed to family violence
Vijay Singh, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., Clinical Lecturer in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine, earned his medical degree from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine (2002) and a master’s degree in public health from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University (2003), where he also completed a post-doctoral research fellowship (2004). His family medicine residency training was at the University of California at Los Angeles (2007), where he served as an academic chief resident. He additionally obtained a master's degree in health and health care research at the University of Michigan (2009), where he completed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program (2010).
Dr. Singh is a board-certified family medicine physician who works clinically in the Adult Medical Observation Unit. His research interest is in health care identification of and response to intimate partner violence. His research has been supported by grants from the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Foundation, and Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research. He serves as the interpersonal violence curriculum director for the University of Michigan Medical School. He is the faculty coordinator for the Department of Family Medicine's migrant farm worker clinic. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, North American Primary Care Research Group, and University of Michigan Injury Center.