Andrew Woodward, MA, RT(R)(CT)(QM)

Program Manager, RAD-AID Malawi

Andrew Woodward is a retired radiologic science educator with over 30 years of experience in medical imaging. He works currently for UNC Healthcare in the Advanced Medical Imaging Laboratory performing quantitative imaging studies and 3D printing of anatomy for treatment and surgical planning. He has been part of RAD-AID Malawi since its establishment in 2013. In 2015, he hosted a faculty member from Malawi College of Health Sciences Radiography Programme on a teaching exchange in the UNC Division of Radiologic Science; presently, Andrew leads RAD-AID Malawi with emphasis on technologist and radiologist education.

Brett Murdock, MD

Program Radiologist, Kamuzu Central Hospital, RAD-AID Malawi

Brett Murdock, MD is a clinical assistant professor of radiology at UNC-Chapel Hill. During his diagnostic radiology residency, he traveled with RAD-AID Malawi to work with colleagues at Kamuzu Central Hospital. Now a faculty member in the Division of Cardiothoracic Imaging at UNC, Dr. Murdock continues to work with colleagues in Lilongwe and promotes trainee involvement in the partnership.

Kara-Lee Pool, MD

Program Radiologist, Partners in Hope, RAD-AID Malawi

Kara-Lee Pool, MD is a radiologist and global health researcher at UCLA, Department of Radiology. She is currently collaborating on a research project with Partners in Hope in Malawi evaluating ultrasound as a tool in the diagnosis of extrapulmonary TB in HIV positive patients using the FASH technique. Dr. Pool has volunteered in several countries including South Africa, Lesotho, Ecuador and Greece. She has produced documentaries and lectured nationally and internationally on the topic of global health.