Nalini Singh, M.D., MPH, is in the Division of Infectious Disease at Children's National Health System. Dr. Singh’s research interests include the prevention of healthcare-associated infections, molecular diagnostics related to multi-drug resistant organisms and global health initiatives related to infection prevention. She is an invited speaker to national and international conferences and is a Fulbright Scholar.
Dr. Singh was appointed to membership of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee by the Secretary of Health and Human Services and served on the committee from 2003-2008. On this committee, she helped develop guidelines for the prevention of transmission of multi-drug resistant organisms and in the review of the compendium on the prevention of healthcare-associated infections. She is a preceptor and advisor for candidates in the Masters in Public Health program and mentors medical students, fellows and junior faculty. She is chair of Children's Infection Control Committee.