UNC RAD-AID Chapter

UNC RAD-AID Chapter members welcoming Dr. Mzumara, the Consultant Radiologist from Kamuzu Central Hospital, during his visit to Chapel Hill. He was part of a delegation from Malawi visiting in preparation for the opening of the first and only National Cancer Centre in Malawi.

UNC Global Radiology, a RAD-AID Chapter

Advancing health equity through education, collaboration, and innovation.

UNC Global Radiology, a RAD-AID Chapter, was founded in 2012 by the UNC School of Medicine’s Division of Radiologic Science and the Department of Radiology. Global health includes issues that transcend national boundaries, like cancer, and that require worldwide, multidisciplinary cooperation — so our partnerships have a Local to Global approach.

Our efforts support the vision of UNC Health and advance the university’s aims within the Carolina Next strategic plan. We have active health equity programs in North Carolina, Kenya, and Malawi.

Get Involved Today!

Ready to get involved? Please email Melissa Culp to get started or to learn more. We offer a Global Health Leadership Pathway and other global radiology opportunities for our UNC residents. Our nurses and radiologic technologists are essential members of our interprofessional teams; RAD-AID International has information and resources for nurse and radiologic technologist volunteers. Additionally, we have a medical student elective in global radiology for UNC MS4s. Finally, donations made to the Global Radiology Initiatives fund support our partnerships. All members of the UNC community are welcome!