Ndoh named UNC School of Medicine’s Assistant Dean for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

Uduak Ndoh has been named the School of Medicine’s assistant dean for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. He comes to UNC from Duke, where he worked as the director of Information Technology at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. Ndoh will officially begin the new role on May 1.

As a leader in the field of information technology, Ndoh brings expertise in strategic planning, IT governance, software development and many other key areas.

In his role as assistant dean for Information Technology, Ndoh will be responsible for maintaining the School of Medicine’s technology infrastructure and business systems, ensuring that the School provides high quality systems and support to enhance the teaching, learning and research missions, as well as aid faculty in their academic-related clinical work, while ensuring reliable operational effectiveness and efficiency.

Ndoh has been with the Duke Clinical Research Institute since 2004, serving as director of Information Technology since April 2014. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from North Carolina A&T and a Masters of Business Administration from Wake Forest University’s Babcock School of Business.