Dr. Deepeshwar Singh is an emerging young scientist with PhD in Yoga and Neuroscience in 2015 from internationally renowned Swami Vivekananda Yoga University (S-VYASA), Bengaluru. At present, he is working as an Assistant Professor and heading Department of Cognitive Neuroscience. His intense passion and efforts for exploring the effects of traditional ancient yoga practices on brain structures is ongoing in his research projects. While he was working at the neurophysiology laboratory at S-VYASA, he gained expertise in handling high dense array EEG, Evoked Potentials, Autonomic functions, spirometry, polysomography and Cognitive functions. He worked as Senior Scientist in the ICMR– Center for Advanced Research in Yoga and Neurophysiology (ICMR-CAR Y&N) to observe effects of four mental states on human neural axis (specifically on brainstem, midbrain, cerebral cortex level). Later, he worked on EEG-fMRI used research project titled “Mapping neurophysiological, neurochemical and neuroimaging changes in attentional processes related to yoga practice” funded by Department of Science and Technology- Cognitive Science Research Initiatives (DST-CSI), Govt. of India, where he traced neural pathways in two relaxation techniques (Cyclic Meditation and Supine Rest) and three attention tasks (visual oddball, stroop color word and visual n back tasks). His research interests are to understand neural mechanism and hemodynamic responses during and after yoga practices related to cognition. He is having novel research ideas and is very much enthusiastic in understanding the mechanism of yoga effects in preventing and moderating chronic illnesses caused by wrong life style practices and maintaining normal health. Currently, he is handling 04 Government funded projects. These projects are exploring the beneficial effects of meditation and breathing practices on neural substrate involved in cognitive functions.