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Uduak Ndoh, MBA, has served as Chief Information Officer and Associate Dean of Information Technology at the UNC School of Medicine for the past five years.

Uduak Ndoh, MBA, Chief Information Officer and Associate Dean of Information Technology for the UNC School of Medicine, has accepted the role of Vice Chancellor for Information Technology, Health Sciences and Deputy Chief Information Officer at the University of Pittsburgh.

Uduak came to UNC in 2016 from Duke’s Clinic Research Institute with over two decades of experience in the fields of information technology, research applications, business systems, and enterprise computing. A self-described “change agent,” he devoted the last 5 years to implementing technology infrastructure and business systems to provide the highest quality services to enhance UNC’s education and research missions. His accomplishments include:

  • Overseeing IT Reorganization, which brought together IT talent from all over the SOM into one great team, committed to expeditious, world-class IT services in support of the schools teaching, learning, and research missions.
  • Significant integration between health care system and UNC on multiple initiatives (i.e. implemented Eduroam in hospital spaces and Skynet in School of Medicine spaces.)
  • Partnering with ITS to launch a variety of upgrades and services to the campus community including implementation of Office 365 as a mail and collaboration tool, the Windows 7 to10 migration, and ServiceNow.
  • Renovation and installation of the state-of-the-art UNC Surgery Education Center.
  • Installation of top-of-the-line IT technology in the new MEJ Building as well as renovating, upgrading and standardizing classrooms across the SOM.
  • Led a rapid response to the pandemic by meeting the remote technology teaching/learning needs of the SOM community.
  • Implementation of Dean’s office dashboard able to ingest data from across seven different areas of the SOM including Basic Sciences, Clinical, Finance, Graduate Medical Education, Research, and Undergraduate Medical Education.

Uduak is anticipating a new adventure in Pittsburgh and he looks forward to the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.

We will make announcements in the weeks ahead about interim leadership for his department and the search process for a new Associate Dean. For today, please join us in congratulating Uduak on his exciting new opportunity and thanking him for his wonderful contributions to the UNC School of Medicine!