Komudi Singh
  • Department of Neuroscience, Brown University, USA
  • Developmental biology


Ph.D, The Ohio State University, USA, 2000

Current position

Research scientist, NHLBI, NIH, USA


  1. Anderson, E. N., Corkins, M. E., Li, J. C., Singh, K., Parsons, S., Tucey, T. M., Sorkac, A., Huang, H., Dimitriadi, M., Sinclair, D. A. and Hart, A. C. (2016). C. elegans lifespan extension by osmotic stress requires FUdR, base excision repair, FOXO, and sirtuins. Mech Ageing Dev 154: 30-42.
  2. Singh, K., Ju, J. Y., Walsh, M. B., DiIorio, M. A. and Hart, A. C. (2014). Deep conservation of genes required for both Drosphila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans sleep includes a role for dopaminergic signaling. Sleep 37(9): 1439-1451.
  3. Singh, K., Huang, H. and Hart, A. C. (2013). Do C. elegans sleep? A closer look. Sleep 36(3): 307-308.
  4. Lee, M. E., Singh, K., Snider, J., Shenoy, A., Paumi, C. M., Stagljar, I. and Park, H. O. (2011). The Rho1 GTPase acts together with a vacuolar glutathione S-conjugate transporter to protect yeast cells from oxidative stress. Genetics 188(4): 859-870.
  5. Singh, K., Chao, M. Y., Somers, G. A., Komatsu, H., Corkins, M. E., Larkins-Ford, J., Tucey, T., Dionne, H. M., Walsh, M. B., Beaumont, E. K., Hart, D. P., Lockery, S. R. and Hart, A. C. (2011). C. elegans Notch signaling regulates adult chemosensory response and larval molting quiescence. Curr Biol 21(10): 825-834.
  6. Singh, K., Kang, P. J. and Park, H. O. (2008). The Rho5 GTPase is necessary for oxidant-induced cell death in budding yeast. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105(5): 1522-1527.