Global Health Efforts at UCSF

Radiology is part of nearly every segment of health care, making the absence of radiology a critical piece of global health disparity. At UC San Francisco Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, our faculty members have committed to several global health efforts aimed at increasing radiology education and access in low resource regions.

The Global Cancer Program at the UCSF Hellen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center coordinates cancer-related efforts of UCSF faculty and trainees in low and middle-income countries. Its mission is to reduce the global cancer burden through innovation, education and collaboration.

UCSF Global Cancer Program

RAD-AID in an international non-profit volunteer-based organization which was established in 2008 with a mission to enhance radiology access and education around the world. RAD AID has programs in over 38 countries serving 85 hospitals and impacting an estimated 189 million patients per year. It has over 85 university-based chapters and UCSF is one of them. The UCSF RAD-AID chapter currently has global Health programs in Ethiopia focused on expanding breast imaging services and training in the country.

Rad-aid

Health4theworld is a non-profit organization founded by UCSF faculty in 2016 with a mission to promote health in low resource areas worldwide using education and innovative technologies. Since its inception, Health4theworld has had impact in over 110 countries.

Health4theworld


UCSF Global Health Leaders

Asst. Professor-Clin.Radiology
Associate Professor
Assoc Prof Clinical Radiology
Assistant Professor
Asst. Professor in Residence
Professor
Executive Vice Chair
Professor & Vice-Chair