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Susan Christine Weiss

Susan Christine Weiss, American nuclear medicine-radiation technologist, educator. Certified nuclear medicine technologist. Recipient best paper award Journal Nuclear Medicine Technology, 1974.

Background

  • Weiss, Susan Christine was born on June 14, 1944 in Minneapolis. Daughter of Frank and Leila Mae Andersen.

  • Education

    • Student, University Minnesota, 1965. Bachelor, Roosevelt University, Chicago, 1974.

    Career

    • Staff technologist University Minnesota Hospitals, Minneapolis, 1965-1967, Manchester (Connecticut) Memorial Hospital, 1967-1969, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, 1969-1971, Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, 1971-1974, chief technologist, 1974-1996, radiation safety officer, from 1978. Clinical instructor Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, 1972-1975, Triton College, River Grove, Illinois, since 1974. Numerous presentations on nuclear medicine, since 1974.

    Major achievements

    • Certified nuclear medicine technologist.

    Membership

    Editor Journal Nuclear Medicine Technology. Contributor articles and abstracts to medical journals. Member Society Nuclear Medicine (honorary life technologist section New York chapter.

    President technologist section Central chapter, board governors since 1992, Presidential award 1980, delegate national council, member executive committee, board directors-administrative director Education and Research Foundation), Associate and Technology Affiliates Chicago Area, Puerto Rico Society Nuclear Medicine (honorary).

    Personality

    Interests

    Golf, cooking, collecting cookbooks.

    Connections

    • Married Stephen Weiss.
    • father: Frank Andersen
    • mother: Leila Mae Andersen
    • spouse: Stephen Weiss.
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    Born June 14, 1944
    Died July 19, 2009
    (aged 65)
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