Mark Huffman is the Quentin D. Young Professor of Health Policy and Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Medicine-Cardiology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and director of the Center for Global Cardiovascular Health within the Institute for Global Health at Northwestern. He has a secondary appointment as an Associate Professor of Food Policy at The George Institute for Global Health and Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of New South Wales, both in Sydney, Australia. He is a practicing cardiologist, researcher, and teacher interested in global cardiovascular health epidemiology, clinical trials, implementation science, health systems, and policy research and training. Mark also works across the spectrum of cardiovascular disease prevention in research on acute cardiovascular quality improvement, simplifying pharmacotherapy through fixed-dose combinations, programmatic implementation, and evaluation for large-scale hypertension control, monitoring and improving the USA and global food and medicine supply, and achieving tobacco endgame. His aim is to improve global cardiovascular health and health care, especially in low- and middle-income countries, and to bring lessons learned back home to the United States of America.