Mai Elezaby, MD
Director, Online Learning Center
Mai Elezaby is an assistant professor at The University of Wisconsin Madison. Dr. Elezaby graduated from Cairo University Faculty of Medicine, in Cairo, Egypt. She completed a diagnostic radiology residency and earned her M.Sc. degree in Radiology at the same institution. After joining the University of Wisconsin with the intention to pursue breast imaging, Dr. Elezaby completed her second radiology residency as well as fellowship training in breast imaging. She has extensive experience in global health radiology through the UW-Madison RAD-AID Chapter’s work in Nicaragua. As Director of the Online Learning Center, her vision is to share knowledge to improve radiology services in low-resource settings around the world. For more information about the RAD-AID Learning Management System, please contact Dr. Elezaby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carrie Hayes, MHS, PA-C, RDMS, RVT
Clinical Education Coordinator, Ultrasound Program Manager
Carrie Hayes is a physician assistant at Baylor University Medical Center and a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. She completed her Master of Health Science PA studies at Duke University. She serves in many roles at RAD-AID including working on a team to develop the online learning management system that will provide online radiology training to technologists and physicians around the world. Additionally, she participates in annual worktrips to Haiti and is the Ultrasound Program Manager. She hopes to increase awareness about ultrasound use in global settings and get more sonographers involved.
Manjusha Pandit, MS, RT(R)(M), CIIP
Primary Facilitator, Certificate of Proficiency in Global Health Radiology
Manjusha Pandit has worked in the field of radiology for over twenty years. She has experience as a clinical radiologic technologist, mammographer, magnetic resonance technologist, supervisor, and manager. Recently, Manjusha’s focus shifted to healthcare information technology, especially as a Radiology Information Systems (RIS) and Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) administrator. By working with RAD-AID, she seeks to expand global radiology awareness. Currently, Manjusha serves as the primary facilitator for the RAD-AID Certificate of Proficiency in Global Health Radiology.