Education
Cornell University Medical College
Certifications
American Board of Otolaryngology
Residencies
Strong Memorial Hospital
University of Rochester
Fellowships
Advanced Sinus & Skull Base Surgery, New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Cornell University Medical College
Clinical / Research Interests
Rhinology
Diseases of the Nose and Sinuses
Nose and Sinus Tumors
Minimally Invasive Sinus and Skull Base Surgery
Functional Rhinoplasty
Skull Base Tumors
Brain Tumors and Pituitary Tumors
Biography

Ameet Singh, MD is a board-certified, fellowship-trained otolaryngologist who specializes in nasal, sinus and anterior skull base disorders. He serves as the director of rhinology and co-director of endoscopic pituitary & skull base surgery.  His clinical expertise lies in diseases of the nose and sinuses including chronic sinusitis, sinonasal tumors (benign and malignant), as well as, anterior skull base brain tumors. He is one of a few fellowship-trained rhinologists & endoscopic skull base surgeons in metropolitan Washington.

Dr. Singh is an associate professor of surgery in the Division of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and an associate professor of neurosurgery in the Department of Neurosurgery at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. 

Dr. Singh earned his B.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and an M.D. from Cornell University, where he served as the class president for four years. At Cornell, he was awarded the prestigious Ben H. Kean International Fellowship and the Charles Horn Prize for service to the medical community. He completed his residency in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital and an advanced fellowship in rhinology, endoscopic sinus surgery & skull base surgery at Cornell University, New York Presbyterian Hospital.

Dr. Singh’s research interests include minimally invasive endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery for chronic sinusitis, sinonasal tumors, and anterior skull base brain tumors. He has authored several peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, and regularly lectures at national and international forums on rhinology and anterior skull base surgery. He has been featured on NBC, ABC, and in the Washington Post. He is the founding course director of the nationally recognized Cherry Blossom Otolaryngology Update, a continuing medical education event for students, residents, and practicing Otolaryngologists.