Ndoh brings more than 17 years of experience in the field of information technology with a diverse background in both corporate and academic settings. Specifically, he has extensive experience in research applications, enterprise computing and business systems.
He uses that expertise to find new and innovative ways to help UNC School of Medicine faculty members improve their research and clinical operations.
Prior to joining UNC, Uduak served as the Director of Information Technology at the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) where he led the IT group which was accountable for developing and implementing applications, including data and analytics solutions, and managed client services, the computing environment, and information security for both business and research domains.
Prior to joining Duke, Uduak led technology implementations at several Fortune 500 companies. He began his career as a technology consultant with Accenture (formally Anderson Consulting).
At the UNC School of Medicine, Uduak is responsible for setting the school’s technology strategy and implementation plans while also ensuring that the school provides high quality, best practice systems to enhance its education and research missions, support faculty in their academic-related clinical work, and ensure reliable operational effectiveness and efficiency.
Uduak received his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, and his Masters of Business Administration from the Babcock School of Business at Wake Forest University.