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Dr. Vijendra K. Singh

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Scientific Director

Neuro-Immune Biotechnology Solutions
 
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • Lucknow University
  • Ph.D
  • Ph.D.
    Univ. of Michigan , Ann Arbor
  • PhD.
    Utah State University
  • doctorate
    University of British Columbia
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Meet Our Team | ACN Latitudes
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Vijendra Singh, PhD | Neuroscience & Immunology
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Vijendra Singh
Dr. Vijendra Singh, PhD, is currently the Scientific Director of a Neuro-Immune Biotechnology Solutions. He is a professional neuroscientist & immunologist, speaker, author, biomedical researcher and consultant for autoimmunity and inflammation in brain disorders, in particular Alzheimer's disease and autism spectrum disorders. He is a former university professor of neuroimmunology research from the University of Michigan, Utah State University, Medical University of South Carolina and University of British Columbia.
Dr. Singh has devoted his career to scholarly research on brain diseases and mental illnesses - neuropathologies that includes autism spectrum disorders, multiple sclerosis, and Alzheimer's disease, stress hormones, brain trauma, clinical depression, Tourette's syndrome and obsessive-compulsive disorder. He has specialized in the biochemistry and immunology of central nervous system diseases and neuro-immune-dysfunction syndromes. His expertise also extends into integrative approaches including natural products and nutritional supplements. His profile includes 250 papers and presentations.
ACN - Professional Advisory Board
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Dr. Vijendra Singh, PhD, is currently the Scientific Director of a Neuro-Immune Biotechnology Solutions (NIBS). He is a neuroscientist and immunologist, speaker, author, researcher and consultant for autoimmunity and inflammation in brain disorders, in particular Alzheimer's disease (AD) and autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Vaccination Liberation Information
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3. Vijendra K. Singh, Department of Biology and Biotechnology Center, Utah State University. See "U.S. Researcher Links MMR to Autism" on our web site. www.vaclib.org/basic/linkmmr.htm
What Is Colostrum Good For? : Sovereign Laboratories
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90. Autism, Autoimmunity and Immunotherapy: A Commentary by Vijendra K. Singh, PhD, Department of Biology & Biotechnology Center, Utah State University, Logan Scientific Board Member, Autism Autoimmunity Project. 91. Kidd PM. Autism, an extreme challenge to integrative medicine. Part II: Medical management. Alternative Medicine Review, December 2002.
Fall & Winter Newsletter
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A highly respected and well-published scientist at the Utah State University, Vijendra K. Singh has further linked autism to the MMR vaccine. His study published in New Foundation of Biology, Elsevier Science BV 2001: 447-58 titled Neuro-immunopathogenesis in Autism provides brain autoantibody and virus serology evidence that links autism to MMR and postulates autism as a neuroautoimmune response that occurs at the neuroimmune biological interface.
Singh found that autoantibodies to myelin basic proteins were present in 80% of autistic children but that none were found in the normal children control group and only rarely in all other controls. These autoantibodies attack the basic proteins that constitute myelin, which surrounds the sheaths of nerve fibers. Regarding the virus serology, autistic children had a significantly higher level of measles virus antibodies as compared to controls, which suggests a temporal link of measles virus with autoimmunity in autism.
Furthermore, Singh found a very important serological association between measles antibody level and antiMBP, which showed that the higher the measles antibody titer the greater the chance of autoantibodies to myelin basic protein. The shocking fact is that none of the children had a wild-type measles infection, but they all had the measles mumps rubella (MMR) vaccine.
Singh also offers hope. He notes an open label trial of oral Sphingolin (myelin containing autoantigen) is being assessed.
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Vijendra K. Singh, Department of Biology and Biotechnology Center, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA 84322-5305
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