Many programs in the DAHS have international activities. Data from 2017 is below.

Division of Radiologic Science Global Student Ambassador, Mai-Linh, in Zurich.
Division of Radiologic Science Global Student Ambassador, Mai-Linh, in Zurich.
    • Half of our programs hosted international visitors, coming from Australia, Costa Rica, Ireland, South Korea, Bolivia, Sweden, Colombia, and the United Kingdom
    • 73 percent of our faculty travelled or collaborated internationally in the past two years to 20+ countries
    • Our faculty held various roles, including as chief operating officer, paper editors, and as United States delegates.

Areas of focus:

  • Diagnostic or risk groups
    Division of Radiologic Science Global Student Ambassador, Leah, in Basel, Switzerland.
    Division of Radiologic Science Global Student Ambassador, Leah, in Basel, Switzerland.
  • Age group focus
  • Technology
  • Schools
  • Professional issues, such as clinical reasoning
  • Educational
  • Research

International Collaborators: (this list is not comprehensive)

  • World Federation of Occupational Therapy
  • European Masters in Occupational Therapy
  • European Cystic Fibrosis Society Clinical Trial Network
  • Beijing Cultural and Language University
  • University of Salford; the University Hospital Basel
  • University of Southern Denmark, Karolinska Institute
  • Winchester College
  • Kamuzu Central Hospital, Malawi College of Health Sciences
    Malawi College of Health Sciences students and UNC Division of Radiologic Science students in Lilongwe, Malawi.
    Malawi College of Health Sciences students and UNC Division of Radiologic Science students in Lilongwe, Malawi.