G. Michael Maresca, MD P’18 of Potsdam, NY, has been elected to the University's board of trustees. He will serve on the financial affairs committee.
Dr. Maresca is a Board-certified Radiologist who specializes in interventional radiology and women’s imaging. He is the president of St. Lawrence Radiology Associates. Dr. Maresca and his practice are one of the few organizations that provide Breast Tomosynthesis and Automated Breast Ultrasound Screening (ABUS) to their patients. He has been a longtime champion of pioneering imaging technology. He put together a teleradiology program allowing him to receive images from rural hospitals in the area, without having to drive across the county. At one time, his project provided services to 55 centers in total, today they service 22 hospitals and health service providers.
Dr. Maresca grew up in Maryland, he obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1987 and completed his residency at SUNY Medical Center in Syracuse, NY. During his residency, he became interested in interventional radiology and began working part-time in Watertown and Potsdam. He and his wife moved to Potsdam in 1991. He holds several state licenses including New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Florida, Maryland, Virginia, and Maine, as well as Alabama.
Dr. Maresca practices at many hospitals and out-patient clinics in New York State. He is highly skilled, performing interventional procedures and working continuously to update and expand his medical knowledge by attending educational medical conferences throughout the year. He served as the Chief of Staff at the Canton-Potsdam Hospital for 18 years and served on the hospital board. He is currently a member of the Massena Hospital Board.
Dr. Maresca resides in Potsdam, NY with his wife Barbara, where they enjoy attending local high school and university sporting events. Their passion for sports can be seen through their many sponsorships to the athletic teams and extracurricular sports. Together, they sponsor underprivileged children to compete in sporting events, truly allowing everyone to share their love for sports. He and his family are avid about their philanthropy. They have created endowments and scholarships at several colleges, they have initiated special challenges for the local animal shelter, and they are long-time supporters of area museums. Dr. Maresca is also the recipient of numerous community service awards. He and his wife have two adult children, Margaret and Michael. Michael graduated from Clarkson in 2018.