Section for Global Health Training for Health Professionals

With a focus on capacity building, the Section for Global Health provides research training to learners at multiple levels of the university system and at partner instutions. To build global capacity, Section faculty partner with low- and middle-income country investigators and trainees to build capcity across multiple health research areas.

Implementation Science Lab

The Implementation Science Lab is housed in the Section for Global Health. This lab brings together implementation scientists, trainees and students from the Section for Global Health at NYU Langone Helath, Saint Louis University College for Public Helath and Social Justice and Queen’s University School of Medicine, to advance the field of implementation science research and improve population health globally.


Advancing innovative and sustainable health globally.


We create innovative solutions to improve the health and well-being of populations around the world, educate the next generation of implementation science researchers and work with partners to develop and sustain locally led research programs and policies.


Engage. Create. Train. Implement. Sustain.

NYU Faculty Contact

Dr. Olugbenga G. Ogedegbe

For more information, please contact Joyce Gyamfi, MS, Senior Research Coordinator, Section for Global Health at


The Cardiovascular Research Training Institute Program

The Cardiovascular Research Training Institute Program (CaRT) trained 64 Ghanaian and Nigerian investigators at the University of Ghana in Accra to conduct research related to cardiovascular health and compete for extramural funding. The program, funded from 2011 to 2016 by the National Institutes of Health’s Fogarty International Center, aimed to increase the number of researchers and health services professionals in sub-Saharan Africa to manage the region’s growing cardiovascular disease burden. We prepared trainees to establish sustainable cardiovascular research capacity and pursue innovative projects targeting hypertension, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, and stroke prevention. The program is seeking funding renewal and is not currently enrolling new scholars.

NYU CaRT Faculty Leader
Dr. Olugbenga G. Ogedegbe