Titus Ngeno

Assistant Research Professor of Global Health

Dr. Ng’eno’s research is focused on innovative cardiovascular disease interventions, to improve health outcomes. He was a lead investigator in the NIH funded Feasibility study on cardiac rehabilitation in Kenya (NCT02795936), and subsequently conducted the Cardiac RehabilitatiOn and Metabolomic Profile among Patients with Heart Failure (CROMe-HF) clinical trial (NCT03743012). Since 2010, Dr. Ng’eno, together with Drs. John Lawrence and Jerry Bloomfield, have supported the growth of a cardiology program at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH), Kenya. The Duke-MTRH partnership has led to the establishment of a cardiac ICU, growth of diagnostic and ambulatory cardiology services, and development of a cardiology fellowship training program. Through a collaborative effort between the Cardiology Division, the Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health and the Duke Global Health Institute, Dr. Ng’eno will continue to co-lead Cardiovascular development in the region.