Thursday, February 2, 2017

MSDC welcomes Dr Selassie Ogyaadu

Selassie Ogyaadu, MD, MPH received her MD degree from the University of Ghana Medical School. She then worked in Primary Care and with Sickle Cell Disease for over 6 years. Having an interest in chronic disease epidemiology and a desire to promote health among chronic disease populations, she moved to New York where she obtained a Master’s in Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. While a student, Dr. Ogyaadu was involved in the ground breaking Type 1 Artificial Pancreas diabetes study with Dr. Carol Levyat the Mount Sinai Diabetes Center (one of only six such centers in the U.S.A.) Dr. Ogyaadu is currently the Clinical Research Coordinator at the Mount SinaiDiabetes Center continuing the important of Artificial Pancreas studies and other notable diabetes research studies.