SNMMI Selects Lucas J. Gross, MS, CNMT, RT(N)(ARRT), NMTCB (CT)(RS) as the 2020 Slosky Fellow

July 28, 2020

Lucas J. Gross,
MS, CNMT, RT(N)(ARRT), NMTCB (CT)(RS)

SNMMI provides the unique opportunity for a member to experience direct, personal exposure to the society’s professional relations activities with medical societies, patient groups, and professional organizations through the Ursula Kocemba-Slosky, PhD, Professional Relations Fellowship. This year, SNMMI is pleased to announce Lucas J. Gross, MS, CNMT, RT(N)(ARRT), NMTCB (CT)(RS) as our 2020 Slosky Fellow!

“Mr. Gross is a very well qualified candidate for this 2020 SNMMI Professional Relations Fellowship,” stated Jack Slosky, PhD, MBA, FACNM, FSNMMI. “The applications get stronger every year!”

Lucas Gross, MS, CNMT, RT(N)(ARRT), NMTCB (CT)(RS), is currently the radiation safety officer at the University of Findlay and the program director of medical laboratory sciences. He also serves as an instructor and clinical coordinator of the university’s Nuclear Medicine and Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Technology programs. He has obtained certifications in computer tomography and radiation safety and a Master of Science in Health Informatics degree from the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio. He is currently enrolled at Nova Southeastern University, working to earn his PhD in health sciences.

An active SNMMI Member, Mr. Gross has previous experience in SNMMI outreach efforts, participating in the 2019 SNMMI Fly-In Advocacy Day and serving as an SNMMI Technologist Advocacy Group (TAG) member, representing Ohio.  “I am eager and prepared to immerse myself into the unique opportunity offered by the 2020 Ursula Kocemba-Slosky, PhD, Professional Relations Fellowship,” remarked Gross in his personal statement. “I believe Dr. Slosky’s visionary establishment of this program to be absolutely vital to our field, promising to cultivate young professionals like myself who are committed to building a stronger network of communicating channels that will sustain coherent growth of the nuclear medicine and molecular imaging field.” While this year’s fellowship will be virtual, without the trip to the Washington, DC, area, Mr. Gross will be able to participate in crucial work being done during a time where collaboration and outreach has never been more vital to associations.