Michael Reiter, MD

Director, RAD-AID Radiology Readiness Program

Dr. Reiter is a pediatric radiologist at Loyola Medicine in Illinois. He received his medical degree from Rush Medical College and completed his internal medicine internship and diagnostic radiology residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego. Dr. Reiter completed fellowship training in pediatric radiology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. He carried out multiple clinical and leadership roles during his service in US Naval health institutions in the US and internationally. As leader of the RAD-AID Radiology Readiness Program, Dr. Reiter guides volunteers in the synthesis and analysis of Radiology Readiness Assessment data. For more information about this program, please contact Dr. Reiter at [email protected]

Anna Jackson, BS, RT(R)(MR)

Country Report Program Manager

Anna Jackson is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill and received a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies: Global Health with minors in Chemistry and Spanish for the Professions in 2011. She returned to UNC-Chapel Hill and graduated from the Radiologic Science program with a Bachelor of Science in 2016. Anna is an MR technologist at Duke University Hospital. As the RAD-AID Country Report Team Manager, Anna guides authors interested in writing country reports by providing reviews and facilitating the incorporation of RAD-AID Radiology Readiness surveys into reports for a holistic perspective of healthcare and radiology. For more information about country reports or if interested in authoring one, please email: countryreports@rad-aid.org.