Radovic-Moreno awarded Alumni Achievement Award


Aleks Radovic-Moreno has been awarded the Penn State Alumni Association's Alumni Acheivement Award.

Alumni Achievement Award recipients are nominated by an academic college or campus and invited by the president of the University to return to campus to share their expertise with students and the Penn State community. Honorees demonstrate to students that Penn State alumni succeed in exceptional fashion at an early age.

Radovic-Moreno is a 2005 graduate of the Department of Chemical Engineering. He is a senior associate at PureTech, a cross-disciplinary health care technology research and development company located in Boston. Radovic-Moreno collaborates with fellow scientists and entrepreneurs to commercialize academic science into new companies to address the growing health needs of the world’s population. Radovic-Moreno was previously a research scientist at the biotech startup AuraSense Therapeutics, where he was a lead inventor of the company’s core immunotherapy platform, taking an idea from concept to preclinical evidence of applicability in cancer, infectious disease, and auto-immune disease. Radovic-Moreno completed his graduate work in chemical and biomedical engineering as a National Science Foundation Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The Alumni Association Award began in 2005, and since then has honored 130 outstanding alumni, including this year's class. 

For a full list of winners, click here


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