For as long as Dr. Toniya Singh can remember, she always wanted to be a doctor. Born in New Delhi, India, she graduated from Lady Hardinge Medical College at the University of Delhi. After coming to the United States in 1995, she completed an internal medicine residency and a Cardiology Fellowship at St. Louis University Hospital. She served as Chief Resident and then as Chief Fellow during her time there. She has also received several professional awards including Best Intern, Best Fellow, and recognition as one of the best doctors in America.

Trained as a cardiovascular disease specialist, she has been in practice since 2003. Fluent in both English and Hindi, Dr. Singh is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, and Adult Echocardiography. She is also involved in the American College of Cardiology as Chair of the National Women in Cardiology section and founding President of the Missouri chapter of Women in Cardiology section.

Dr. Singh actively contributes to the advancement of medical knowledge. She has presented her research at poster sessions at the American College of Cardiology and has acted as a sub investigator on more than 20 clinical research projects. An avid volunteer, Dr. Singh is the Chair of the auction committee for the Go Red for Women Luncheon, sponsored by the American Heart Association, and leads the Women in Cardiology in Private Practice work group.

For leisure, Dr. Singh enjoys spending time with her husband and two teenage sons. She is an ardent reader of fiction and nonfiction, and her passion for travel has led her to visit more than 25 countries.