Dr. Deepti Singhvi graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. Subsequently, she attended the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University during which time she completed a one-year research fellowship in biomechanical and clinical sports medicine at Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Singhvi remained at Northwestern for her Internal Medicine residency where she was a member of the Women’s Health track. Her hobbies include running, biking, and international travel.
Dr. Singhvi is interested in understanding the pathophysiology of COPD that influences the varied heterogeneity in disease phenotypes. She has performed a cross-sectional analysis investigating the association between pain and pulmonary function in people living with HIV using the University of Pittsburgh HIV lung cohort. She is currently exploring the role of the stool microbiome and intestinal permeability in COPD, linking variations in intestinal microbiome diversity and composition to pulmonary function in both smokers and nonsmokers.
2005 – 2008 : Northwestern University, Biomedical Engineering
2008 – 2013 : Northwestern University The Feinberg School of Medicine, M.D.
2013 – 2016 : McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University, Internal Medicine Residency
2017 – present : University of Pittsburgh, Pulmonary, Allergy & Critical Care Medicine Fellow