Tatiana Kelil is assistant professor of radiology at UCSF in the breast imaging section. She also serves as co-director for the UCSF Center for Advanced 3D Technologies. After graduating from Chicago Medical School, she completed a diagnostic radiology residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School, followed by a women's imaging fellowship at UCSF. Kelil was awarded the RSNA Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research award in 2015, the RSNA Honored Educator award in 2017, and the John A. Watson Faculty scholarship in 2020. Passionate about improving health outcomes throughout the world, Kelil participates in the UCSF Global Cancer Program and serves as the associate program manager for RAD-AID Ethiopia, a WHO-affiliated nonprofit international organization reaching over 30 countries. She is currently leading a breast imaging training program in Ethiopia and hopes to expand the program to other low-resource regions in the future. In addition to furthering radiology education, Kelil is interested in exploring the role of artificial intelligence in addressing global health care inequalities and optimizing existing resources to help overcome workforce shortages in low-resource regions.