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Our Partners

RCC strives to foster global collaboration and synergies between organizations and institutional efforts. We have developed our mission with the support and communication of the following groups, as well as the thought contributions of radiation oncology professionals, field-experts, and cancer capacity building advocates throughout the field. Through effective communication, we hope to increase transparency and partnership between global health organizations and clinics in need. 

RCC and ACS Global Cancer Control are sharing their experiences to help impact cancer on a global level: by market shaping. We hope to improve access to life-saving cancer treatment for the poor in developing nations.

American Cancer Society

As a central government, the IAEA assists in the coordination and implementation of projects that improve safety and access to radiotherapy where there is a shortage of resources. RCC's efforts align directly with the mission of the IAEA, and novel collaborations could create scalable and translational opportunities for global impact.

International Atomic Energy Agency

RCC is working with the ICEC to help define a new career path for radiation oncologists interested in global health. Our dream is to address gaps in cancer care to provide support worldwide where high volumes of patients struggle with access to cancer care.

International Cancer Expert Corps

The IGCS has been involved in global work for over 30 years. RCC recognizes IGCS as an important partner for developing education and training initiatives at cancer treatment centers. We believe multi-specialty collaboration is vital for developing comprehensive solutions.

International Gynecologic Cancer Society

Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a model of education and care management that empowers local resources to provide better care to more patients. RCC's Radiation Oncology Project ECHO increases access to specialty treatment in rural and underserved areas by providing front-line clinicians with the knowledge and support they need to manage patients with complex conditions.

Project ECHO

RCC works with Project Pyramid to approach poverty from a multidisciplinary framework. The Project Pyramid team consists of Medical, Nursing, Business, Education, and Economic students, all united to develop smart, market-driven solutions.

Project Pyramid

ProKnow is an exciting new technology company founded by industry leaders from radiation oncology. ProKnow makes a cloud-based RT-PACS and big data discovery system as well as cloud-based quality systems for contouring and planning. Their stated mission is to help improve the standard of care in radiation oncology by providing high-performance, cloud-based software solutions. 


Rad-AID supports training opportunities in developing countries, and RCC is helping to establish a new Latin American presence where upgrades in technology have outpaced the support for human resource development.


Radiating Hope is a group of specialists around the globe who help with the acquisition of radiotherapy equipment and technology that is essential for modern cancer therapy. RCC is working with Radiating Hope to identify equipment needs and challenges in Latin America and other parts of the world, and assist in the follow through with education, training, and remote clinic support to operate technology safely and effectively.

Radiating Hope

The TFC has generously provided resources and support for RCC, fueling its mission to alleviate the cancer burden in settings of poverty. Located in Nashville, Tennessee, the TFC Center for Social Ventures guides individuals and organizations seeking to create large-scale social impact.

Turner Family Center

Medical Artificial Intelligence and Automation (MAIA) Lab is dedicated to the development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to improve patient care, particularly in resource-limited settings and for less-experienced clinicians. RCC is excited to work together with MAIA Lab in order to improve cancer care around the world using groundbreaking technology.

University of Texas Southwestern
MAIA Laboratories

As an affiliate academic center, the Vanderbilt Department of Radiation Oncology currently helps conduct one of our remote education and training initiatives in Colombia. Faculty and residents gain exposure to global health while clinicians from Colombia gain insights and lessons for how to improve their practice and treat complex cases. View our "Current Projects" tab to learn more.

Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Radiation Oncology

Washington University Department of Radiation Oncology has provided support to the development and support of our initiatives in Guatemala, as well as extending support to the global expansion of our education and training models. RCC provides a broad pool of resources to boost individual and department-wide projects in Latin America.

Washington University in St. Louis
Radiation Oncology

RCC is working closely with NYU to establish more education, research, and clinic development programs for radiation therapists and medical technologists in resource-limited settings. Currently projects are being built and explored in Peru and Colombia, focusing on resource assessments, review of clinical protocols, and bidirectional engagement for shared learning and project planning. We are thrilled to grow global health opportunities for ancillary staff in radiation oncology.

New York University
Department of Radiation Oncology
Division of Radiation Therapists

As an affiliate academic center, the UCSF Department of Radiation Oncology has been integral in assisting with planning low-cost technological innovations in low-income countries. In addition, they have provided academic guidance as to the trajectory of RCC's progress and future steps.

University of California - San Francisco
Department of Radiation Oncology
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