• Clinical Assistant Professor, Global Health
  • Co-Founder, Hurone AI
  • Affiliate Member, Vaccines & Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutch

Seattle, WA
United States

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Kingsley I. Ndoh is the Founder & Chief Strategist of Hurone AI - a digital health startup focused on bridging the gaps of cancer care and improving outcomes by building culturally sensitive artificial intelligence applications in underserved regions, starting with Rwanda.

Dr. Ndoh received his medical degree from the University of Jos, and an MPH in Global Health from the University of Washington (UW). He led the first ever access agreement for affordable cancer medicines between the Nigerian government and leading pharmaceutical companies in his role at BIO Ventures for Global Health. Dr. Ndoh also consults for the Ondo State government in Nigeria on their cancer control program.

He is a member of the Technical Working Committee of the W.H.O’s Global Breast Cancer Initiative (GBCI) and a Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) Young Leader alumnus.

Dr. Ndoh is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the UW Department of Global Health and an Affiliate Member of the Vaccines and Infectious Disease Division at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

  • MD, University of Jos
  • MPH, University of Washington
Country Affiliations 
  • Hausa
  • Igbo
Health Topics 
  • Cancer
  • Cervical Cancer
  • COVID-19
  • Epidemiology
  • Mobile Health (mHealth)
  • Non-Communicable Diseases
  • Research
DGH Centers, Programs and Initiatives and Affiliated Organizations 

Kizub D, Gralow J, Zujewski J, Ndoh K., Soko U, Dvaladze A. Patient Advocacy Approaches to Improving Care for Breast and Cervical Cancer in East and Southern African. J of Glob Onc, 2020 Jan; 19: P219.

Murallitharan Munisamy, Kingsley Ndoh, Ahmed Abdelbadee, Isthar Espejo, Florence Manjuh, Alexandra Tamas, Omolola Salako, and Felipe Roitberg. Adapting Cancer Civil Society Organizations to Accelerate COVID-19 Vaccinations in People Living With Cancer in Low- and Middle-Income Countries—A Commentary. JCO Global Oncology 2021 :7, 1194-1198

Eze U, Ndoh K, Kanmodi K. COVID-19 Crises in Africa: Revisiting the Contributing Factors. Annals of Public Health Issues. Vol. 1: 2720-1961 2021