Blueprint Diversity Specialized Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Advancement in Neuroscience (DSPAN) Award
This two-phase award facilitated completion of Dr. Singleton's doctoral dissertation and transition of to her postdoctoral position at Emory University. Through DSPAN, Dr. Singleton has publish one paper in iScience, submitted two paper to Journal of Biological Chemistry as well as Genes & Development. She has presented her research at four national meetings and given two invited talks at national and local conferences.
Fellowship in Research and Science Teaching (FIRST)
The FIRST program is to provides traditional mentored postdoctoral research experience with an opportunity for the fellows to develop teaching skills and a mentored teaching experience at Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University or Morehouse College. As a FIRST fellow, Dr. Singleton has begun cultivating her teaching, mentoring and service philosophy in order to prepare for her long term career goal of running her own independent research lab.
Center for Neural Injury & Regeneration
Through the NIP fellowship, Dr. Singleton added a clinical spin to her dissertation research in the foundations of neural development. As a NIP fellow, she earned authorship on four manuscripts, gave her research at four invited talks and four poster presentations at national and local meetings, earned five awards for presentation skills, professional development and excellence in teaching.
Predoctoral Training in Integrative Neuroscience, Georgetown University
Through didactic coursework, laboratory research, career development skills training, and instruction in the responsible conduct of research, Dr. Singleton identified her strengeths in developmental neuroscience research. As an IPN T32 fellow, she presented her work at two national conferences, applied to the NSF GRFP and NIH NRSA.
Role: Undergraduate Fellow/Trainee
Engaging Undergraduates in Neuroscience Research Fellowship (BP-ENDURE)
As an ENDURE fellow, Dr. Singleton gained her first mentored research experience at Georgia State University. She went on to earn summer research fellowships at Vanderbilt and Emory University and published one scientific manuscript. She presented her findings yearly at Agnes Scott College's Research Symposium, Georgia State ENDURE Symposium and Society for Neuroscience.