Dr. Singla, Aneesh
Dr. Singla was born in New Jersey and grew up in North Carolina. After attending college at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he stayed on for medical school, where he graduated with Honors and spent additional time obtaining a Masters in Public Health, with a focus on Health Policy and Administration. Dr. Singla completed his Residency in Anesthesiology at Massachusetts General Hospital and subsequently completed an Interventional Pain Management Fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital, both affiliated with Harvard Medical School. During his residency, Dr. Singla also completed a fellowship at the Harvard/Partners Institute for Health Policy, where he did research in Patient Safety. Dr. Singla also served as the Chair of the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) Resident and Fellow Section and was also a member of the Board of Directors (MMS Committee on Publications) for the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Singla has had several appearances in media, including print, radio, internet, and television to address public health issues and most recently the topic of Pain Management. Dr. Singla has published several articles and book chapters in medical literature and within the field of Pain Medicine. He currently focuses his practice on minimally invasive options for the treatment of chronic pain. He continues to serve on the physician faculty at Harvard Medical School with the title of Lecturer. He lives in Maryland with his wife and daughter.