Baldev Singh, MD

Westchester Institute for Human Development
University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
in affiliation with New York Medical College
Cedarwood Hall
Valhalla, NY 10595
 
Phone: 914-493-8144
Email: bsingh@wihd.org
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Last Updated: May 14, 2014

 

Discipline Coordinators: Neurology
 
Discipline(s): Medicine-Neurology
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership

Vita/Bio

Education:
Govt. Medical College, Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India - 1970, M.B., B.S., Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Rajindra Hospital-Govt. Medical College Patiala, Punjab, India - 1971, Rotating Internship
New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY - 1977, Resident, Neurology
Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake Forest IL, Mini-Fellowship in Epilepsy

Faculty Appointments:
Associate Professor, Clinical Neurology, Department of Neurology, NYMC
Faculty member, "Young Adult Institute", National Institute for People with Disabilities
Faculty member, American Association on Mental Retardation

License:
New York#137662

Specialty Board Certification
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
1981Certified in Neurology

Selected Recent Publications and Presentations:

 

Kathy Bishop, PhD, M. P. Janicki PhD, S. M. Keller MD, Baldev K Singh MD et al "My Thinker's not working" A national Strategy for Enabling Adults with Intellectual Disabilities affected by Dementia to remain in their Community and receive quality Support. Published-January 2012.

-Michael Kerr, Singh B.K" Consensus Guidelines into the management of Epilepsy in /adults with an Intellectual disability" submitted on Nov. 21, 2008, and at present under review process by peers, in the "Journal of Intellectual Disability Research".


Singh, B.K. (2005, Oct 7th), Presented "Advances in treatment of epilepsy" at NASMDA, (for neurologist and Internists, and primary care providers), NJ.

Singh, B.K (2004). Trial of Levetiracetam in Adults with Epilepsy & Developmental Disabilities. Abstract presented for 58th Annual meeting of American Epilepsy Society on Dec3-8th, 2004, New Orleans.

Singh, B.K (2004). Diagnostic Yield on Inpatient Intensive Seizure Monitoring. Abstract presented for 58th Annual meeting of American Epilepsy Society on Dec3-8th, 2004, New Orleans.

Singh, B.K (2000). Oxcarbazepine in Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Abstract accepted for the joint meeting of American Epilepsy Society & American clinical Neurophysiology Society Annual meeting on Nov.30-Dec 5th, 2001, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 Invited Presentations/Roundtable Discussion:

Presented at AAIDD annual meeting "Management of Epilepsy in Elderly", as part of Geriatric Section on 6/9/10

Participated in "Epilepsy Workshop A": The identification and reduction of disability in adults who have epilepsy and intellectual disability from 9/8/09-9/10/09 (workshop leader-Mike Kerr MD), at international collaboration to improve the health of individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICID) and International association for the scientific study of intellectual disabilities (IASSID) at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Featured Speaker at General Session of The Sixth Annual Educational Conference of the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association (April 19th, 1998)., at the Waterfront Hilton Beach Resort Huntington Beach, California.

 Presented at 122nd Annual Meeting of The Medicine Division of the American Association on Mental Retardation, Sponsored by Emory University School of Medicine in Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina. San Diego, California. (1998, May 26th). New Antiepileptic Drugs in Management of Epilepsy in individuals with Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.

Presented at "Green Valley Developmental Center Medical" Sponsored by the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University (1998, Jan 30th). Entitled "Maximizing Benefit s from New AEDs in the Developmentally Disabled".