Interventional Radiology

Andrew Kesselman, MD

Director, RAD-AID Interventional Radiology (IR)

Dr. Andrew Kesselman is an interventional radiology attending at the Weill Cornell Medical Center. Prior to this, he served as a clinical instructor at Stanford Health Care. He previously held the position of program manager of RAD-AID Informatics where he helped successfully launch PACS projects in over five different country sites as well as served as PI on the IBM health corps grant. In 2018, he took the role as program manager of RAD-AID IR. He envisions RAD-AID helping increase access to interventional services worldwide and developing training programs in interventional radiology in underserved areas. He hopes that these life-saving and cost-effective innovations can be applied more broadly. For more information about RAD-AID IR, please contact Dr. Kesselman at akesselman@rad-aid.org.

Kevin Anton, MD, PhD

Associate Director, RAD-AID Interventional Radiology (IR)

Dr. Kevin Anton is a board-certified interventional radiologist and assistant professor of radiology in the division of IR at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the MD/PhD program at Rutgers University – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey in 2012. He completed his internship in internal medicine at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in New Jersey and diagnostic radiology residency at Geisinger Medical Center in Pennsylvania. Dr. Anton completed a fellowship in vascular & interventional radiology at Thomas Jefferson University. He was an assistant professor of interventional radiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill prior to returning to Thomas Jefferson University in 2019. As a RAD-AID volunteer since 2019, Dr. Anton founded the Thomas Jefferson University RAD-AID chapter and he established and directs the Jefferson Global Radiology Elective. He is active in many RAD-AID initiatives including the IR fellowship at the University of Nairobi, Kenya, RAD-AID IR lecture series, USA Women’s Health Initiative, and ongoing collaborative research projects. For more information about RAD-AID IR, please contact Dr. Anton at kanton@rad-aid.org.

Frances Colgan, MB BS, MSc, FRCR

Program Manager, RAD-AID Interventional Radiology (IR)

Dr. Frances Colgan is an IR Consultant at Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand. She completed her diagnostic and interventional radiology training in the UK and a Fellowship in IR in Auckland, New Zealand. She has an interest in global health, including improving access to radiology and interventional radiology services. She joined the RAD-AID team in 2018 and envisions supporting the development of interventional radiology education in low and middle-income countries. For more information, please contact Dr. Colgan at fcolgan@rad-aid.org

Chad Wilcox, MD, MA

Program Manager, RAD-AID Interventional Radiology (IR)

Chad Wilcox MD, MA is an associate diagnostic and interventional radiologist at Lakewood Regional Medical Center in Southern California, a position he assumed after completing interventional radiology training at the University of California – Los Angeles. He joined RAD-AID during diagnostic radiology training at Columbia University, at which time he established and managed the RAD-AID: Liberia program. He currently serves as the operations lead for Ethiopia. For more information, please contact Dr. Wilcox at cwilcox@rad-aid.org

Meena Amlani, RT(R), BSc(Hons), MBA, DHlthSc

Assistant Program Manager, RAD-AID Interventional Radiology (IR)

Meena Amlani is a Medical Radiation Technologist in Vancouver, Canada where she is a faculty member within the School of Health Sciences at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Her specialty area of practice is interventional radiology.  Her educational area of focus is curriculum and instructional design within imaging sciences. At RAD-AID International, she focuses on interventional radiology technologist education and curriculum development. For more information, please contact Meena Amlani at mamlani@rad-aid.org