Dr. Jasjit Singh is a pediatric infectious diseases subspecialist who currently serves as assistant director of the division for CHOC Children’s Specialists and the medical epidemiologist for CHOC Children’s Hospital. Her main interests are in the prevention of infection and vaccines, international health, and primary immunodeficiency conditions in children. She is active in clinical research, has presented her work at scientific meetings and has multiple publications. She has a passion for teaching medical students and residents, and gives frequent lectures at CHOC and in the community on a variety of infectious disease topics.
Dr. Singh is board certified in pediatric infectious diseases. Dr. Singh received her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, and her medical degree from the Duke University School of Medicine. She completed her pediatrics residency at Cornell University Medical Center in NY, where she also served as Chief Resident, before completing her subspecialty fellowship training in pediatric infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. Dr. Singh is dedicated to providing the best possible care to the children of Orange County through her expertise and experience.