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Kenya

Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) and Moi University have become a key strategic global health partner for Duke over the last several years. Since joining the AMPATH Consortium in 2006, the Hubert Yeargan Center for Global Health (HYC) has launched a Cardiovascular/Pulmonary Diseases Center of Excellence (COE) in Eldoret, as well as established MTRH as the primary Global Health Residency/Fellowship Pathway training site. The HYC has also coordinated bilateral educational exchanges for numerous Kenyan and Duke medical students and residents on elective rotations, as well as initiated a number of research programs. DGHI faculty undertake diverse research with partners at Moi University’s School of Public Health and in 2011 DGHI and Moi School of Public Health faculty launched the Comparative Health Research Twinning Program pairing Moi and Duke students to jointly undertake complementary research projects in Kenya and in Durham, NC.

Improving cardiovascular training and care through the Cardiovascular/Pulmonary Diseases Center of Excellence and AMPATH Consortium at Moi University.

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