Prince Singh, MD
Kidney Disease Specialist
Accomplished kidney disease specialist with board certifications in internal medicine and nephrology and passion for diagnosing and treating kidney disease patients with evidence-based care. Published author with over a dozen publications in various professional journals including Nature Reviews Nephrology and Journal of American Society of Nephrology. Recognized for excellence in teaching and mentoring medical students with the recent receipt of an award from Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in 2021.
Awards & Recognition
2022 - Present
St. Luke’s Health, Duluth, MN
Deliver kidney care to patients referred throughout a large catchment area in the North Shore of Minnesota. Provide
hemodialysis care to patients with end-stage kidney disease in Duluth and surrounding area. Evaluate kidney failure patients
and issue referrals for kidney transplantation. Diagnose and treat complex hypertension cases referred from primary care
2021 – 2022
Duke University Health System, Durham, NC
Evaluated kidney recipient and donor candidates for patients with end-stage kidney disease. Facilitated immediate postoperative care to patients with kidney transplantation including needs for continuous dialysis. Orchestrated long-term care
and management of kidney transplant patients including management of viral infections, anemia, and preparation for retransplantation.
2018 – 2021
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Navigated diagnosis and management of patients referred to Mayo Clinic from national and international areas. Provided
bedside teaching for Internal Medicine Residents and Medical Students. Prepared and presented journal and case studies
during weekly and monthly faculty meetings.
2015 - 2018
NYU Winthrop Hospital, Mineola, NY
Resident Physician/Instructor in Medicine SUNY Stony Brook
Led multidisciplinary bedside rounds for patients admitted to medicine services. Delivered instruction on ICU medicine with
cardiology and critical care fellows. Provided bedside teaching of second- and third-year medical students.
2013 – 2015
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Research Fellow/Research Trainee
Drove execution of Aging Kidney Anatomy Project, an NIH-funded project studying age-related histological and functional
changes in kidney function. Led Rochester Epidemiology Project, an NIH-funded project studying the epidemiology of kidney
stones formers in Olmsted County, Minnesota.
2012 – 2013
St. Martinus University Faculty of Medicine, Netherlands Antilles
Instructor in Medicine
Prepared and delivered lectures in biochemistry and pharmacology to first- and second-year medical students. Developed curriculum for medical students.