Assistant Professor, Course Director/Examiner, Systems & Disease IV, Pharmacology
He has completed MD and a three-year postgraduate doctoral residency training in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics at B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Nepal.
After completion of the postgraduate doctoral residency training in 2010, he served on the Pharmacology faculty at several hospitals. In 2018, he joined Saba University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor in Pharmacology, System and Disease.
His teaching interests include Neuropharmacology, Clinical Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics, Autonomic Pharmacology, Endocrine/Reproductive Pharmacology, Cardiovascular/Renal Pharmacology, Applied Clinical Pharmacology and Antimicrobial Agents. His research inclined areas are medical education and neuropharmacology. He is a member of several professional organizations and a regular participant and presenter at national/international scientific meetings and has participated in teachers training programme as part of medical programme. He has published various research work in different national and international journals and also presented research work at various scientific conferences. He had been involved as an internal and external examiner (appointed by Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal) in KIST Medical College and other medical colleges of Nepal. His postgraduate doctoral degree thesis is titled “Experimental study of the neuropharmacological profile of Euphorbia pulcherrima in mice and rats.”
His teaching styles have included traditional lecture-style active learning, problem-based active learning, small group discussions as well as integrated-system approaches. As a medical educator, Dr. Kundan Singh sees himself as a facilitator to simplify the basic concepts of Pharmacology and to explain the importance of learning clinical pharmacology in Medicine. He is skilled at designing the framework of learning and then furnishing students with indispensable knowledge that invigorates interest and stimulates the growth of student minds.