Dr. Niku Singh joined Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers in 2011 as Medical Director of the Tysons Corner location where he treats and oversees patient care. Dr. Singh’s interest and practice of TMS Therapy began during his earlier years in practice as founding Medical Director of Tysons Psychiatry where he continues to provide psychiatric care to local and international patients. He also continues to maintain his hospital work in both clinical and leadership capacities.
Combining his depth of knowledge in both neurobiology and chemistry to philosophical and psychological theories of the mind, Dr. Singh is an invited speaker nationally and lectures at major medical institutions on topics including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and psychopharmacology. Contributing to the greater community, Dr. Singh is involved in many philanthropic efforts and has worked pro bono for asylum seekers and multi-cultural integration efforts. Dr. Singh currently serves as Medical Director of Hopewell House for Independent Living, is Medical Director of Integrated Clinical Concepts, and is actively involved with Sagebrush Holistic Residential Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.
Active, George Washington School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Washington, DC
Active, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Richmond, VA
2006 Residency in Psychiatry, George Washington School of Medicine
2006 Chief Administrative Psychiatric Resident, INOVA Fairfax Hospital of Virginia
2002 M.D., George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC
1996 B.A. in Biological Chemistry, B.A. in Religious Studies, University of Virginia
Active Member, American Psychiatric Association
Former Board Members, Washington Psychiatric Society
2012 Top Doctor Recognition, Washingtonian Magazine
2008-2011 Recipient, Patients’ Choice Award