Vineet Singal

Vineet Singal is a Stanford University student majoring in Biological Sciences. He is the founder and executive director of Anjna Patient Education, a non-profit organization that provides health education services to free clinics. Since its founding in January 2010, Anjna has received grants and awards from the Ashoka foundation, the Institute for the Future, Youth Service America, and DoSomething.org amongst others. Vineet is also the Executive Director of the non-profit organization A Hundred Thousand Cheeks, a Stanford Business School-led initiative in the U.S. to register 100,000 members of South Asian descent on the national bone marrow registry.

He is an active board and committee member of numerous organizations, including the White House Youth Stakeholders, the DoSomething Healthy Schools Advisory Board, and the Ashoka Youth Venture. Vineet has also spoken at various conferences including at the Institute for the Future in Palo Alto, CA and has had speaking engagements at various high schools.

Vineet has received numerous public service awards, including winning the BodyShock the Future Challenge and being one of the youngest winners of the President’s Call to Service Award. Vineet spends his free time volunteering at free clinics.

A published author, Vineet is actively involved in neurology research at Stanford University School of Medicine. He has done past research for the National Institutes of Health and the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

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One Response to Vineet Singal

  1. Tom says:

    Is there any body who would like to help bring these services to southside St. Pete residents? We can use the Bartlett Park Computer Learning Center to reach our neighbors who do not have health insurance.

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