Associate Professor - Teaching Stream  |  Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies

Jasty Singh


St. George Campus
7213 - 1 King's College Circle, Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A8

Dr. Jasty Singh received her PhD in Immunology from the University of Toronto, where she studied the intrathymic intricacies of T-cell development. Her postdoctoral fellowship (Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, University of Toronto) enabled her to extend these interests into the stem cell bioengineering space, where she engineered immune cells and developed clinically relevant biomaterials for immunotherapeutic application.

Dr. Singh teaches courses aimed at improving data and statistical literacy for undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Immunology. Her pedagogical interests include incorporation of active learning techniques, including video-based modules, into classrooms to promote experiential learning for students. She is also very interested in building multidisciplinary collaborations for promotion of student learning in both online and traditional classrooms.

Courses Taught

IMM250: The Immune System and Infectious Disease

IMM360: Scientific Methods and Research in Immunology

STA288: Statistics and Scientific Inquiry in the Life Sciences

IMM1200: Scientific Skills for Immunologists