About the Provider
Dr. Udo graduated from Stony Brook University with a bachelor of science in biochemistry, and was also elected into Phi Beta Kappa honors society. She was awarded her medical degree from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and received a master’s degree in global public health from Harvard University School of Public Health.
She has completed numerous internships and externships, including at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA, L’Institut Pasteur Department of Infectiology in Paris, France, The National Travel Health Network and Centre and The University College of London Hospital in London, England as well as Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, CT, among others.
She has also engaged in several mission projects around the world, including in Dame Marie, Haiti, Calabar, Nigeria and in Mumbai, India. Moreover, volunteerism is an important part of her life. She is currently a volunteer for UNICEF, the United Nations Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, and Doctors Without Borders. In 2009, she received the U.S. Presidential Award for Volunteerism and continues to strive to dedicate her life to the service of others.
She is fluent in English and proficient in Efik and French.
Degree: Doctor of Medicine
Harvard School of Public Health
Degree: Masters of Public Health