Areas of Expertise: Malnutrition Among Children, Cultural and Gender Studies, Community Engagement
UAC Courses: Public Health Systems & Services (PBHLT 6500), Environmental & Biological Science in Public Health (PBHLT 6700)
Tejinder P. (TP) Singh, BDS, MDS, MPH is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Public Health. He joined the Division of Public Health as an Adjunct Instructor and has played a key role in fostering academic collaborations and engaging communities promoting the practice of Public Health globally. He co-directs a learning abroad program for the Division of Public Health to India for promoting scholarship including research in gender equity, nutrition and water sanitation and hygiene. TP Singh earned a BDS and MDS (Prosthodontics) degree from Government Dental College & Hospital, Amritsar, before continuing on to earn a MPH at the University of Utah.