Title: Senior Staff PET/CT Technologist
Company: Massachusetts General Hospital
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Merrill D. Griff, a PET-CT technologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Providers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of nuclear medicine.
Recognized for more than four decades of invaluable contributions to the field of nuclear medicine, Mr. Griff has found success as a positron emission tomography–computed tomography (PET-CT) technologist at the department of radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital since 2003. Bearing a deep specialization in general nuclear medicine and imaging, he previously worked throughout various hospitals and medical centers across the United States and abroad, including the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the University Hospital of Zurich, the Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center, the Washington University School of Medicine and the department of radiology at Michael Reese Hospital, among others.
Outside of his primary career endeavors, Mr. Griff has lectured and served as a professor in his field of expertise at a number of academic institutions. Among them, he was a lecturer at Regis College in 2014, an adjunct professor of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 2007 and a faculty lecturer for the Gateway Community College in 2004. Likewise, Mr. Griff has presented prolifically at various conferences and symposia, particularly on his research on Alzheimer’s disease. For his exemplary performance in this capacity, he was bestowed with a third place prize for an oral presentation he delivered before the 46th meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine.
Prior to embarking upon his vocational path, Mr. Griff sought a formal education at Clark University, from which he earned a Bachelor of Arts. Following this accomplishment, he studied at Boston University, where he received a Master of Public Health in health services administration in 1981. Throughout the course of his subsequent career in nuclear medicine, Mr. Griff is most proud to have worked at the University Hospital of Zurich, where he performed more research and published more articles in six years than he had thus far across the span of his professional journey.
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