National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)

We are pleased to announce the launching of the project “Translational Research Capacity Building Initiative to address Cardiovascular Diseases in Nepal” led by Prof. Dr. Rajendra Koju.
US National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), USA.
This project, funded by the NHLLBI aims to build national capacity to lead translational research in cardiovascular disease (CVD) by creating and training a multi-sectoral, multi-disciplinary team; building partnerships with US universities (University of Washington, University of Wisconsin, Harvard University) and regional institutions (Public Health Foundation of India, Sun-Yat- Sen University). The overall goal of this training program is to build leaders in translational research in Cardio vascular disease through rigorous mentored training and scholarly experience. A total 16 trainee from diverse health background were selected after rigorous selection process for the project. These trainees will work for coming four years under the guidance of the eight national and international mentors.

E Newsletter CVD

E-Newsletter of Translational Research Capacity Building Initiative in Low Income Countries (TREIN-Nepal) Issue 1 – July 2019


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Grant Writing Workshop 2019


Workshop on Quality Improvement
Onsite Workshop on Quality Improvement

Workshop on Qualitative Methods
Workshop on Qualitative Methods and Data Analysis Process in Cardiovascular related Health Research

Workshop on Advanced Implementation science
Workshop on Advanced Implementation Science

Workshop on Bio statistics
Workshop on Bio-Statistics

Workshop on National Needs Assessment and Stakeholders Meeting
Workshop on National Needs Assessment and Stakeholders Meeting

Leadership Management
Leadership and Management in Health 2018

Bio Stat ll
Workshop on Bio-Statistics ll 2019

Workshop on “Health Policy” 2019

 Bio stat workshop lll
Workshop on Bio-Statistics lll, 2019

stakeholder meeting 
Second Stakeholder Meeting 2019