Satpal Singh

Dr. Satpal Singh is a founding trustee of the Sikh Council for Interfaith Relations, and is the immediate past chairperson of the World Sikh Council - America Region. He is a member of the Executive Council of the Religions For Peace, USA, and is actively involved in Catholic-Sikh dialogue. He frequently speaks on Sikh philosophy and the Sikh way of life in various forums, and participates in interfaith dialogues on diversity, religion, and peace. He is one of the principal organizers of the annual Sikh Youth Symposium held across U.S. and Canada. He speaks and writes on human rights issues, particularly on the issue of violence against women. He has contributed to the Huffington Post, the Washington Post, the PBS Newshour, Sacred Journey and other media.

Dr. Singh is a professor in the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the State University at New York in Buffalo, where he teaches and conducts research in neuroscience and pharmacology. He conducts an annual summer-long program at the University of Cambridge (UK), engaging U.S. students in biomedical research.