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Naresh Menon


Outstanding Alumni 2017

  • 1993 BS, Physics (Honors), Purdue University
  • 1999 Ph.D., Physics, Purdue University

As the founder of ChromoLogic, Naresh is passionate about developing novel biomedical solutions that not only lead to superior patient outcomes but also ensure that the solutions are cost effective and affordable. He received his PhD in Physics from Purdue University with an emphasis in sensor fabrication, instrumentation and novel data analytic methods that were applied at multiple national and international laboratories towards fundamental physics discoveries. His early career was spent at Corning Incorporated and Northrop Grumman Mission Systems where he was groomed for leadership positions in multiple businesses.

Founded in 2007, ChromoLogic is a boutique product development organization developing innovative solutions that save lives and make the world secure. Their products range from bioinspired solutions for establishing traceability of items, such as medical implantables, to clinical kits for assessing exposure to ionizing radiation, an ophthalmic system to assess physiological stress to a unique digital telehealth platform. We focus on developing novel solutions that dramatically improve healthcare outcomes while reducing cost. Their customers and collaborators include academic institutions, government agencies, and hospitals. To meet the needs of this broad customer and market base, they bring together the brightest minds from every engineering and science discipline. Their collaborators value their highly innovative multidisciplinary approach to solving problems and over the past five years, they have been ranked twice by Inc 500 Fast 500. The company is an active member of the San Gabriel Valley where they donate and volunteer towards community based events such as Habitat for Humanity and K-12 science outreach.

Last Updated: Oct 6, 2017 9:52 AM

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