Daniel Guarasci named SNM Technologist Section Outstanding Educator

SAN DIEGO, Calif.--Daniel T. Guarasci of Lancaster, N.Y., a clinical assistant professor of nuclear medicine with the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the State University of New York at Buffalo for nearly 10 years, has been named the 2006 SNM Technologist Section Outstanding Educator. Guarasci, who has been executive director and vice president of Central Radiopharmaceutical Services in Buffalo since 1996, was honored during SNM's 53rd Annual Meeting June 37 in San Diego.

"Daniel Guarasci has a special talent that sets him apart from other educators," said SNM Technologist President Valerie R. Cronin. "He translates complex information into the understandable, whether he's teaching nuclear medicine technology students or residents or pharmacy students," she added. "An excellent communicator, he positively influences nuclear medicine technology students, as evidenced by the large number of candidates who seek work experience under his supervision," said Cronin, the vice president of imaging services for the Catholic Health System of Western New York in Buffalo.

"I am very happy to receive the SNMTS Outstanding Educator Award," said Guarasci, who also serves as a clinical instructor for the Department of Medical Technology with the School of Health Related Professions at SUNY at Buffalo. "I have been involved in academia for 18 years in the nuclear medicine department at University at Buffalo, and I have enjoyed the journey since day one," he added. "It is quite gratifying to be recognized by the SNM Technologist Section, and I appreciate the support and acknowledgement," said Guarasci, a certified nuclear medicine technologist and a licensed pharmacist.

Guarasci teaches courses such as "Radiopharmacy," "Nuclear Medicine Instrumentation Laboratory," "Radiation Safety and Biology" and "Introduction to Clinical Nuclear Medicine." He participates in the continuing education preceptorship training course for nuclear medicine techn

Contact: Maryann Verrillo
Society of Nuclear Medicine

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