Dr. Singh is a family medicine physician with fellowship training in health services research and public health. He participates as part of the U-M Injury Center. His research has focused on healthcare identification and response to intimate partner violence (IPV) and dating violence, including associated mental health, alcohol, and substance use problems. He has conducted medical education research on healthcare provider training for IPV. He is currently conducting surveys and interviews of male family medicine patients to assess IPV victimization and aggression and associated mental health, alcohol, and substance use problems, including motivation to change these health conditions. His research has been supported by external funding, most recently the World Health Organization, in a project to develop and evaluate healthcare provider IPV training in low and middle-income countries. His clinical experiences as a family medicine physician working in outpatient, observation, and inpatient sites provides him a broad overview of how IPV is addressed in diverse healthcare settings. He has served on national committees related to family medicine research, and he has advised international meetings on IPV. He has had research training on quantitative and qualitative methods, and experiences with developing and evaluating educational interventions.