Kuldev Singh is Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of the Glaucoma Service at the Stanford University School of Medicine . He received his MD and MPH degrees from the Johns Hopkins University and was a Dana Foundation Fellow at the Wilmer Eye Institute. Following residency training at the Casey Eye Institute, OHSU and a Heed Foundation Clinical Glaucoma Fellowship at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Dr. Singh joined the Stanford faculty in 1992.
Dr. Singh has published over 250 papers, book chapters, monographs and abstracts including more than 125 original peer-reviewed articles and delivered more than 350 invited lectures on six continents. He has edited two textbooks and served on the editorial boards of ten ophthalmic publications. Dr. Singh’s current research interests include glaucoma and cataract surgical trials, epidemiology, genetics as well as health care delivery in underserved communities in the United States and overseas.
His clinical practice focuses on the medical, laser and surgical management of glaucoma and cataract. Dr. Singh has served as President of the American Glaucoma Society, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Glaucoma Research Foundation as well as Executive Vice President, the Chief Executive position, for the World Glaucoma Association. He is a member of the United States FDA Advisory Committee on Ophthalmic Devices and previously served as a Chair and Methodologist for the Ophthalmic Technology Assessment Panel of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.