Surya Singh, MD

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

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Dr. Singh is actively licensed board certified in internal medicine. He is currently the CEO of gWell, Inc, a genomics and wellness focused digital health company, and serves as a senior advisor and board member for mission aligned companies and non-profits. In addition, he is an Adjunct Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He was formerly Corporate Vice-President and Chief Medical Officer of Specialty Pharmacy at CVS Health, and was an attending physician for many years at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

Education

  • MD: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

  • BS: University of Texas at Austin

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genomics – Optimizing Treatment

I think genomics, along with epigenomics or how genes are expressed and turned on or off, as well as proteomics, how the entire spectrum of proteins that are produced by cells interact with each other...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Innovation

“In 10 years, I expect that gene and cellular therapies will have proliferated, hopefully much more than we can currently conceive. I think there’ll be dozens of different gene therapies and even more than one...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Morality

“For several decades, even centuries, people have thought through the ramifications of being able to modify genetic material, in essence, to be able to have “”designer babies.”” Gene therapy is nothing of this sort. Gene...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Durability

So the durability or how long gene therapies will last is one of the biggest questions facing this new class of treatment. Unfortunately, the answer is complicated. We don’t yet know how long even the...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Cancer – CAR-T Therapy

“So CAR-T cell treatments are one of the newest approaches to cancer treatment. It’s a part of a field and a movement called immunooncology. Essentially we’re using immune system cells from the patient themselves and...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Cancer – Genetics

“So we all know that there are families where cancer is much more prevalent. Basically we say that cancer runs in those families, and we know that there’s a hereditary component that’s passed from one...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Costs

“The second big area is the ethical question and dilemma of how to get these treatments, these life-saving treatments, to patients across the globe. But the cost of the most recently launched gene therapy in...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Tumor Genomics – Treatment Plan

I think that tumor genomics will be routinely used in structuring the treatment plan for patients early in the process. Basically, at the time that a particular tumor is detected, the tumor specimen will be...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Future Development

First, in 10 years, I see the proliferation of tools that allow for these technologies to be used in much more practical ways, by both patients and clinicians will have vastly improved. They should be...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Safety

Gene therapy is under rigorous evaluation by researchers, developers, regulators, and other officials all converging to try to understand all the different aspects of safety when you inject DNA material into cells. This was the...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Phenotype vs Genotype

A genotype refers to the genetic makeup of an individual. In other words, the DNA or genetic code is the individual’s genotype. The phenotype of an individual is the complete set of observable characteristics, including...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genomics – Fields of Health and Medicine

There is an almost endless array of implications for health and medicine stemming from genomics. To cite a few examples, we can better understand the likelihood of individuals to respond well to particular treatments. Several...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Polygenic Risk Score

Polygenic risk scores have been recently popularized in the field of genomics, because they provide a convenient way to be able to take all the different studies and findings for particular gene variants and combine...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Overview

Once the method of inheritance was understood, meaning that genes are passed down from one generation to the next, progress was rapidly made in starting to identify genes that ran in families and ultimately are...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Monitoring

Depending on how long lasting these gene therapies are or how durable they are, they may need other supplemental treatments, follow-up treatments. They certainly will need clinical monitoring over time. So the clinical system will...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Method

Virtually all of the developers of gene therapy have now settled on a method for injecting DNA material with the non-mutated forms of the genes that they’re treating, into cells. And that method is to...

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Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Cancer – Tumor Genomics

Across several different cancer types and tumor types, tumor genomics play an important role today in the treatment of cancer. With examples like the BRAF mutation and EGFR testing to help select therapies. They’ve become...

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Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Genetics – Ancestry

Single nucleotide polymorphisms, or snips, assessed through genomic analysis and sequencing, can be used to trace ancestry. The analysis is dependent, however, on the reference database is being used. And so there are important limitations...

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Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Surya Singh – Video Business Card

Hello, I’m Dr. Surya Singh. I went to medical school at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, then came to the Brigham Women’s hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School. Residency training. I’m now board certified in...

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Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Genetics – Genome

The genome is the complete set of an organism’s DNA. Remember that DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid is the fundamental biologic material containing the code for life. Just like the code that’s running on the computer...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genomics – Optimizing Treatment

I think genomics, along with epigenomics or how genes are expressed and turned on or off, as well as proteomics, how the entire spectrum of proteins that are produced by cells interact with each other...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Innovation

“In 10 years, I expect that gene and cellular therapies will have proliferated, hopefully much more than we can currently conceive. I think there’ll be dozens of different gene therapies and even more than one...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Morality

“For several decades, even centuries, people have thought through the ramifications of being able to modify genetic material, in essence, to be able to have “”designer babies.”” Gene therapy is nothing of this sort. Gene...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Durability

So the durability or how long gene therapies will last is one of the biggest questions facing this new class of treatment. Unfortunately, the answer is complicated. We don’t yet know how long even the...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Cancer – CAR-T Therapy

“So CAR-T cell treatments are one of the newest approaches to cancer treatment. It’s a part of a field and a movement called immunooncology. Essentially we’re using immune system cells from the patient themselves and...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Cancer – Genetics

“So we all know that there are families where cancer is much more prevalent. Basically we say that cancer runs in those families, and we know that there’s a hereditary component that’s passed from one...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Costs

“The second big area is the ethical question and dilemma of how to get these treatments, these life-saving treatments, to patients across the globe. But the cost of the most recently launched gene therapy in...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Tumor Genomics – Treatment Plan

I think that tumor genomics will be routinely used in structuring the treatment plan for patients early in the process. Basically, at the time that a particular tumor is detected, the tumor specimen will be...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Future Development

First, in 10 years, I see the proliferation of tools that allow for these technologies to be used in much more practical ways, by both patients and clinicians will have vastly improved. They should be...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Safety

Gene therapy is under rigorous evaluation by researchers, developers, regulators, and other officials all converging to try to understand all the different aspects of safety when you inject DNA material into cells. This was the...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Phenotype vs Genotype

A genotype refers to the genetic makeup of an individual. In other words, the DNA or genetic code is the individual’s genotype. The phenotype of an individual is the complete set of observable characteristics, including...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genomics – Fields of Health and Medicine

There is an almost endless array of implications for health and medicine stemming from genomics. To cite a few examples, we can better understand the likelihood of individuals to respond well to particular treatments. Several...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Genetics – Polygenic Risk Score

Polygenic risk scores have been recently popularized in the field of genomics, because they provide a convenient way to be able to take all the different studies and findings for particular gene variants and combine...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Overview

Once the method of inheritance was understood, meaning that genes are passed down from one generation to the next, progress was rapidly made in starting to identify genes that ran in families and ultimately are...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Monitoring

Depending on how long lasting these gene therapies are or how durable they are, they may need other supplemental treatments, follow-up treatments. They certainly will need clinical monitoring over time. So the clinical system will...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Gene Therapy – Method

Virtually all of the developers of gene therapy have now settled on a method for injecting DNA material with the non-mutated forms of the genes that they’re treating, into cells. And that method is to...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Cancer – Tumor Genomics

Across several different cancer types and tumor types, tumor genomics play an important role today in the treatment of cancer. With examples like the BRAF mutation and EGFR testing to help select therapies. They’ve become...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Genetics – Ancestry

Single nucleotide polymorphisms, or snips, assessed through genomic analysis and sequencing, can be used to trace ancestry. The analysis is dependent, however, on the reference database is being used. And so there are important limitations...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Surya Singh – Video Business Card

Hello, I’m Dr. Surya Singh. I went to medical school at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, then came to the Brigham Women’s hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School. Residency training. I’m now board certified in...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Genetics – Genome

The genome is the complete set of an organism’s DNA. Remember that DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid is the fundamental biologic material containing the code for life. Just like the code that’s running on the computer...

Watch and Share
Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Genetics – Genetic Diseases

The term genetic disease is typically used to describe rare conditions that result from single gene mutation, such as hemophilia, sickle cell disease and cystic fibrosis. Genomics play a role in virtually all of the...

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Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Genetics – Genomics vs Genetics

Fields of genomics and genetics are closely related and both are absolutely critical to many of the most recent advances in health, medicine, and wellness. They both involve the study and understanding of our genes...

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Surya Singh, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Genetics – Genomics Categorizations

Genomics really spans a broader set of areas than most health or medical specialties or branches, because of the application of genomics to other medical fields. Nonetheless, as it relates to health, the basic categorization...

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Surya Singh, MD

7 months ago

Videos

What Is Specialty Pharmacy?

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Surya Singh, MD

7 months ago

Videos

Specialty Pharmacy – Innovation and Costs

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Surya Singh, MD

7 months ago

Videos

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