Title: Senior Medical Technologist
Company: Steward Health/Holy Family Hospital
Location: Salem, Massachusetts, United States
Gregory D. Sudia, MS, MT(ASCP)SM, Senior Medical Technologist at Steward Health Holy Family Hospital, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in medical technology.
Celebrating nearly 60 years in the clinical and medical fields, Mr. Suida has dedicated his career to his role as a medical technologist. Prior to beginning his career in 1964, he had always admired the science field and those who contributed to many breakthrough discoveries. His interest grew deeper as he began studying topics within medical technology and the various clinical aspects of the field. Though he knew he did not desire to attend medical school, he remained passionate about making a difference within the field.
Mr. Suida initially obtained a bachelor’s degree in medical technology and a master’s degree in management and education from Wayne State University in 1978 and 1982 respectively. Thereafter, he earned a master’s degree in environmental health sciences from the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan in 1984. Upon graduation, he became certified as a Specialist in Microbiology by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and the American Society for Microbiology. Over the course of his career, he has excelled as a teacher of clinical microbiology at Oakland Community College, a laboratory manager at Cape Cod Hospital and the assistant laboratory director at Murray Kentucky. For nearly 15 years thereafter, he has found notable success as a senior medical technologist at Steward Health Holy Family Hospital.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Suida has maintained additional professional affiliations with the South Central Association for Clinical Microbiology and the Northeast Association for Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. Though his career has been suffused with highlights, he is proud to have established seven laboratories from the ground up. Moreover, he is gratified to have taught clinical microbiology to medical laboratory technology students, nursing students and professionals within the medical field. Furthermore, he is proud to have contributed to various portions of a PhD thesis that was published during his time at Wayne State University. Above all, he is gratified to have contributed his expertise to a field that is consistently evolving in terms of knowledge, equipment and technology.
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