Uduak S. Ndoh, MBA

  • Vice Chancellor and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Health Sciences

Uduak S Ndoh, MBA, vice chancellor and deputy chief information officer, health sciences, works to enhance the IT strategy in the health sciences and develop a technology organization and platform that supports education, research and clinical activities. He enables the delivery of IT services to meet the goals of the health sciences and further the vision of One IT to simplify the environment and enhance services overall.

Mr. Ndoh joined the University of Pittsburgh in October 2021, coming from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, where he served as associate dean for information technology and chief information officer. His background includes over 20 years of experience in leadership and technology implementations, including the implementation of a clinical trial management system and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system at Duke Clinical Research Institute and then at Carolina Value, an initiative to centralize all IT functions across the School of Medicine at UNC.

During his career, Mr. Ndoh has established and directed highly successful, multi-million-dollar initiatives. In addition to his technology leadership, Mr. Ndoh served as adjunct professor for the School of Information and Library Science at UNC, where he taught graduate courses in organizational leadership and system analysis and system design. Moreover, he worked with departmental colleagues to apply available university technology in support of research, teaching and learning and pedagogy.

Mr. Ndoh earned his BS in chemical engineering from North Carolina A&T State University and his MBA from Wake Forest University.