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The UNC Department of Radiology offers a wide variety of diagnostic radiology examinations and interventional procedures with state-of-the-art technology. Our team of internationally-recognized radiologists and expert technologists provide the best service possible with the latest available advances.

Gifts enhance our ability to provide excellent and compassionate care to our patients, equip medical students with basic imaging knowledge, train future academic and private practice radiologists, and engage in cutting edge basic and clinical research.

 

 

 

 

Support the Department of Radiology

Dr. Charles A. and Kathryn R. Bream Residency Endowed Fund in Radiology
The Dr. Charles A. and Kathryn R. Bream Residency Endowed Fund in Radiology supports scholarly activities and programs enhancing Diagnostic Radiology residents’ 4-year experience.

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Radiology Research and Education Fund
The Radiology Research and Education Fund purchases critical educational materials for Diagnostic Radiology residents and research equipment for the Department of Radiology as it continues to grow and expand the Department’s base of basic research personnel.

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Wood Fund for Advancement of Neuroradiology
Within UNC’s Neuroradiology Division, this fund supports pilot research projects, an Annual Memorial Lecture, and Spring Visiting Professorships. Your gift will contribute to the ever-growing future of neuroradiology.

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Matthew A. Mauro, M.D. Distinguished Professorship in Radiology
Once endowed, this professorship will supplement funding to recruit and retain top faculty including travel, course development, research, and equipment. The professorship will invest in the long-standing reputation of UNC’s Department of Radiology in training and graduating top-performing radiologists.

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Global Radiology Initiatives Fund

When you support The Global Radiology Initiatives Fund, you partner with UNC Radiology to create a global radiology community through education, collaboration, and innovation. Your gift enhances educational opportunities for UNC radiology residents, enables professional development for our faculty, and gives us the opportunity to have global impact.

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Contact Us

Should you have any questions or would like to discuss your support, please contact UNC Health Foundation at:

unchealthfoundation@med.unc.edu

919-966-1201

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