Professor Dr. Jaipaul Singh from University of Central Lancashire (UCLA) was invited to the Lincoln American University, Guyana to encourage the medical students. Professor Dr. Jaipaul Singh is well-known worldwide for his original research work on diabetic cardiomyopathy. He is U.K.-based Guyanese Professor who became the first to receive the prestigious Doctor of Science degree (DSc).
He is a PhD graduate from the University of St. Andrews and he also holds the DSc degree from University of Central Lancashire. He has been in academia since 1966 teaching Physiology and Pharmacology. He is recognized as a pioneer and world-leading authority in the medical field, and he has had a major and enduring influence on the development in both these fields of research. He has published over 250 papers, 20 books on various chapters, and 300 referred abstracts. He has supervised 65 research students and examined 60 research theses. He also collaborates with a number of international institutions. He is editor of three journals, collaborates with 16 universities on three different continents; has presented at 79 conferences and has made more than 150 visits to other institutions.
He motivated and inspired the students of Lincoln American University to study hard and imbibe all the possible knowledge that is going to be imparted to them. He addressed the students and guided them to focus on their academics and avail the excellent opportunity that is being provided to them for building a good foundation of scientific knowledge at LAU.
He spoke on various molecular and biochemical aspects of cancer therapy. He shared his experiences with the students and actively interacted with them
At Lincoln American University, we are committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding professional knowledge and promoting the best academic education to the students. At LAU, we always encourage our students to take up new challenges and understand the latest development in the world of medicine. We support their inquisitive behavior and help them in imbibing the required skill-set in order to become successful doctors.