Faculty-Industry Partnerships

Nadia Singh


Assistant Professor

Biological Sciences



Partnership Opportunities

Biomedical technology

Fertility clinics


Meiotic recombination, chromosome nondisjunction, Drosophila models, mouse models, sequencing analysis, high throughput sequencing, genomic analysis, expression analysis, high throughput approaches for genotyping, population genomics

Relevant Research Projects

Positive and purifying selection on the Drosophila Y Chromosome. Molecular Biology and Evolution., 2014.

Population genomic analysis reveals no evidence for GC-biased gene conversion in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2014.

Do males matter? Testing the effects of male genetic background on female meiotic crossover rates in Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution, 2014.

Fine-scale heterogeneity in crossover rate in the garnet-scalloped region of the D. melanogaster X chromosome. Genetics, 2013.

Research Personnel

  • 1 Graduate student
  • 1 Postdoctoral researcher


Lab with standard molecular biology capabilities (PCR, gel electrophoresis, etc.)


Ph.D., Biological Sciences, Stanford University, 2006

Selected Honors

NIH NRSA Award, 2007

Served as an opponent to a Ph.D. defense in Sweden, 2014