G. Titus Ng’eno, MBcHB, MSc-GH
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. G. Titus Ng’eno is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the division of Cardiology at Duke. Dr. Ng’eno grew up in Nairobi, Kenya and is a graduate of Oxford Brookes University (UK). He trained in medicine at the University of Nairobi School of Medicine (Kenya), before joining Duke for Internal Medicine Residency and Cardiology Fellowship training with subspecialty advanced training in multi-modality cardiovascular imaging. He also completed a Masters of Science in Global Health at Duke, and was an NIH Fogarty Global Health fellow in the Vanderbilt-Emory-Cornell-Duke Consortium.
Dr. Ngeno has been engaged with the Hubert-Yeargan Center (HYC) since 2010. At the time, he collaborated with HYC faculty and staff in launching a clinical research program at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH), Kenya in his role as the program’s Medical Officer. Since then, Dr. Ngeno has partnered with faculty at Duke and MTRH to develop clinical, teaching, and research capacity. Some of the programmatic highlights include construction of a cardiac critical care unit, growth of diagnostic imaging and consultative services, and establishment of a cardiology fellowship training program.
Dr. Ng’eno is a research mentor for Duke and Moi University trainees. He also serves as lecturer and strategic partner for the Cardiovascular Fellowship program and Center of Excellence at MTRH.
Dr. Ngeno’s research focuses on early treatment and prevention of heart failure. With support from HYC, DGHI, MTRH and the NIH, Dr. Ngeno conducted the first studies of cardiac rehabilitation in Kenya. https://doi.org/10.5334/aogh.3392