Neil Singh is a medical student at Boston University School of Medicine, aspiring to serve as a physician and public health professional. He is dedicated to serving at the intersection of climate change, health equity, and clinical care.
Neil Singh’s current work aims to address the risk that climate change poses to human health and health infrastructure, particularly in relation to wildfires in the State of California. His research focuses on understanding how to better prepare communities and health systems for climate-related disasters, and how to support vulnerable populations after disaster events.
Like many CrisisReady efforts, his work is aimed at developing understanding of these issues to enhance both policy and preparedness. A native Californian, Neil Singh is currently a medical student at the Boston University School of Medicine through the Seven-Year BA/MD program. With his background in public health, he aims to serve at the intersection of climate change, health equity, and clinical care.
- Trauma & Acute Care Medicine
- Public Health Preparedness
- Health Equity & Justice
- Disaster Response