Dr. Deepan Singh is the Vice-Chair of Ambulatory Psychiatry Services. Dr. Singh received his medical education at Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences in India following which he did his residency in Psychiatry at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. He then received sub-specialty training in child & adolescent psychiatry at Zucker Hillside Hospital. Dr. Singh is currently board certified in both general, as well as child & adolescent psychiatry. In addition, he has received training in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education affiliated with NYU. During his years in practice, Dr. Singh has had the opportunity of gaining expertise in a wide variety of treatment modalities applied to all ages and across the disease spectrum. Prior to joining Maimonides, Dr. Singh worked as an attending in consultation-liaison and outpatient settings at NYU Winthrop Hospital where he served was the Founding Clerkship Director for Stony Brooku00e2u00e2u201au00acu00e2u201eu00a2s Winthrop Campus and the Director of Education for the department of Psychiatry. During his time at NYU Winthrop, Dr. Singh developed a strong interest and expertise in the management of Prader-Willi Syndrome. He has numerous peer reviewed publications and presentations. He remains active clinically and in clinical research. He continues to serve on the review boards for Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA) and the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research..Most recently, prior to joining Maimonides, for the last two years, in addition to his clinical and research roles, Dr. Singh served as the Founding Associate Dean of Students & Diversity for the NYU Long Island School of Medicine. In this last position, Dr. Singh had the experience of developing policies, procedures and programs for student support and inclusion efforts from the ground up. His contributions were instrumental in LCME accreditation of the medical school. He also led faculty, resident, and student well-being efforts at NYU Winthrop by organizing well-being workshops and talks on burnout prevention. Faculty development and academic coaching remain areas of interest for Dr. Singh.Dr. Singhu00e2u00e2u201au00acu00e2u201eu00a2s commitment is to develop a sustainable clinical and learning environment based around the principles of providing capable, compassionate, and efficient care across ambulatory care services in the Department of Psychiatry at Maimonides Medical Center.