Arun Krishnaraj, MD, MPH
UNC Chief Resident for Academic Affairs (2009-2010)

University of Virginia Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Associate Professor of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Vice Chair for Quality and Safety
Director of Body Imaging / Chief of Abdominal Imaging
Co-Director of Body Procedures

Clinical Areas: Abdominal Imaging – Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ultrasound
Research Interests: Patient-centered care, LEAN driven process improvement, case reporting, role of A.I. in medicine, social media’s impact in radiology, evolving US health policy in radiology

UNC Diagnostic Radiology Resident (2006-2010)

“I chose UNC because I bleed Carolina blue. Having obtained my undergraduate, Master’s and medical degrees all in Chapel Hill, I had every reason to leave and explore another institution.  However after interviewing across the country, I realized that I wouldn’t receive better training than I would in the southern part of heaven.  Outstanding mentors, countless opportunities for cross-campus collaborations, and the support and friendship of my Carolina family laid the foundation for the career I have today.  To quote legendary UNC basketball coach Dean Smith, ‘caring for one another and building relationships should be the most important goal, no matter what vocation you are in.’ UNC will instill these principles in you, and they continue to guide my career.”

Melissa Davis, MD, MBA
Yale University Radiology and Biomedical Imaging
Assistant Professor of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging
Chief of Emergency Radiology, MD Partner for Clinical Redesign
Co-Clinical Lead: Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation
Program Director, Leadership in Healthcare Fellowship

Clinical Areas: Emergency Department Diagnostic Radiology & Neuroradiology
Research Interests: Practical applications of AI in emergency department settings

UNC Diagnostic Radiology Resident (2010-2014)

“I chose UNC because I thought that the residents were great when I interviewed. They were friendly and truly seemed to enjoy each other as friends and colleagues. I also liked the hands-on approach to learning as I absorb more by doing. Additionally, I liked the Triangle area and miss it every day! It’s always great to see my UNC colleges at meetings like RSNA and ACR each year!”



Josh Wallace, MD 
Chief Resident (2018-2019)
Musculoskeletal Fellow (2018-2019)
Academic Interests: Global health, sports medicine, leadership


UNC Diagnostic Radiology Resident (2015-2019)

“I am now in my 13th year of learning as a Tarheel, so pleased I was accepted for fellowship here too. Once finished, I will have spent half my memorable-life studying, training, and learning “The Carolina Way,” a term popularized by legendary basketball coach Dean Smith. UNC brings people with passion for their practice together, creating networks that can achieve amazing things for our state and beyond. The institution has taken many chances on me over the years, and I have grown and accomplished thanks to these opportunities and the dedication of my mentors. We have first-rate technology, funding, Undergraduate and Graduate degree programs, athletics, libraries, laboratories, etc., but it is our faith in The Carolina Way that makes us unique and pushes us to be better each day. Lux libertas. Go Heels!”