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Amanpal                        Singh

Amanpal Singh MD, MS

UBMD Medicine





Professional Summary:

I see patients and perform procedures at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. As a gastroenterologist with a subspecialization in advanced therapeutic endoscopy, my clinical practice focuses on patients who require complex endoscopic procedures for prevention, diagnosis, and management of various gastrointestinal disorders. These procedures include upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound, enteral stenting, and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. These procedures have applications in patients with both benign and malignancy related disorders, for example: detection and removal of pre-cancerous colon polyps; endoscopic management of Barrett’s esophagus; diagnosis and biopsy of pancreatic masses using endoscopic ultrasound; staging of gastrointestinal cancers; detection and removal of bile duct stones; and endoscopic biliary stenting in patients with malignancy related obstruction.

Advances in endoscopic ultrasound techniques have revolutionized the approach to pancreatic abnormalities, esophageal and rectal cancers, and mediastinal and abdominal lymphadenopathy. Endoscopic ultrasound provides the ability to study and stage gastrointestinal tumors and lesions in the surrounding organs as well as perform biopsy at the same time, if needed. It has become the standard of care to obtain tissue diagnosis from pancreatic masses as it has better sensitivity and yield and is less invasive than other radiology procedures or surgery.

My research interest is studying the use of endoscopic procedures in the prevention and better management of patients with gastrointestinal cancers. One of the main foci of my work is looking at the trends of the use and quality of screening and surveillance colonoscopy for the prevention of colorectal cancer. The goal of this research is to find ways and avenues to improve colon cancer screening in the United States.

I enjoy my interaction with the gastroenterology fellows and residents. I teach gastroenterology fellows in the endoscopy and inpatient consult service, and I also enjoy mentoring residents in research projects.



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Board Certifications:
  • Board Certification
  • Board Certification, American Board of Internal Medicine
Education and Training:
  • Fellowship, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (2013)
  • Fellowship, Gastroenterolgy and Hepatology, University of Texas Medical Branch (2012)
  • Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch (2009)
  • MS, Harvard School of Public Health (2006)
  • MBBS, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (2004)
Awards and Honors:
  • Outstanding Reviewer, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Journal (2015)
  • ACG/AstraZeneca Fellow Award (2013)
  • ACG Presidential Poster Award (2012)
  • CCFA National Visiting IBD Fellow Rotation Scholarship (2011)
  • Oral Presentation, AGA Distinguished Abstract Plenary Session, Digestive Disease Week (DDW) (2010)
  • Awarded AGA/AASLD Academic Skills Workshop travel scholarship (2010)
  • Awarded travel grant, oral presentation at North American Conference iof Gastroenterology Fellows (2010)
  • Oral Presentation in ASGE President‘s Plenary Session during Digestive Disease Week (DDW) (2009)


Research Profile:

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