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Danielle N. Gray-Singh

Professor, Biological Sciences
Clark Atlanta University

Dr. Danielle N. Gray-Singh is a distinguished tenured Professor of Biological Sciences at Clark Atlanta University and serves as the Executive Director for the NIH/NIGMS Undergraduate Research Training Initiative for Student Enhancement Program (T34). Her pioneering research centers on elucidating post-reproductive alterations in hypothalamo-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) hormones, which play a pivotal role in shaping the biochemical, pathological, and cognitive landscape of neurodegenerative diseases. With a keen focus on undergraduate enrichment, Dr. Gray-Singh has cultivated a robust track record in designing and managing programs aimed at guiding students toward biomedical sciences doctoral programs.

Dr. Gray-Singh boasts an illustrious career marked by significant contributions to STEM education and leadership. From serving as a department chairperson to assuming roles as dean and Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, she has consistently demonstrated her commitment to advancing STEM initiatives. Over the years, Dr. Gray-Singh has spearheaded 22 successful proposals, securing over $25 million in federal funding to support her research endeavors. Most recently, Dr. Gray-Singh was awarded the prestigious NIH/NIGMS Undergraduate Research Training Award URISE (T34) at Clark Atlanta University, further cementing her dedication to fostering the next generation of scientific leaders.

In addition to her research and administrative duties, Dr. Gray-Singh is a dedicated educator, offering courses in neuroscience, human physiology, mathematical modeling, and gamification. Recognizing the synergistic relationship between teaching and research, she endeavors to foster an immersive learning environment that encourages active exploration and critical thinking. Through her innovative approach to education, Dr. Gray-Singh aims to empower students to engage meaningfully with complex scientific concepts and to prepare them for success in both academia and the workforce.

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