RAD-AID Chapters Program

The RAD-AID Chapters Network now has more than eighty-three chapter organizations at leading academic medical centers across the US and Canada.

Will you be next?

New York Presbyterian – Cornell RAD-AID Chapter

Forming a RAD-AID Chapter at your academic institution enables you to initiate, organize, and manage your own international radiology projects in service to resource-limited regions, poor communities, and the developing world.  As a registered RAD-AID Chapter, you can receive vital resources and guidance needed to build your international radiology and global health projects such as web pages, fund-raising strategies, and a valuable global network for collaboration

Potential projects your chapter may consider undertaking include research, education initiatives, overseas mission work, technical innovations, conference participation, and more. RAD-AID Chapters are also encouraged to work with other universities both locally and abroad to implement projects that benefit the radiology needs of underserved populations around the world. 

Chapters Roundtable Discussion, RAD-AID Conference 2022

UCLA RAD-AID Chapter in Kenya, 2022

Please review the benefits, requirements, and FAQs. Thank you for your interest in forming a RAD-AID Chapter at your institution. We look forward to working with you to bring vital medical imaging services to developing countries. If you have any questions, please email RAD-AID Chapters Director, Dr. Jeremy Burt at, or Sara Rike, Global Health Operations Associate, at We look forward to hearing from you!