2021 Commercialization Award
Max Perelman, Co-Founder of Biomeme
Max Perelman is the co-founder of Biomeme is a leading provider of portable PCR testing solutions. Prior to co-founding Biomeme 9 years ago alongside biology lead, Jesse vanWestrienen, and engineering lead, Marc DeJohn, Max spent 15 years in a range of industries, including: environmental consulting and green building technology, eCommerce and enterprise systems development, and management consulting. After launching his career in San Francisco, Max lived in Asia for almost a decade, leading projects in Hong Kong, Beijing, Bangkok, and Tokyo. He has a BA from Cornell University and an MBA/MAIEP from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
Max has a BA from Cornell University and an MBA/MAIEP from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
Nucleus Commercialization Award
Recognizes outstanding contributions to the commercialization of innovative science and technology. The awardee is a catalyst in the acceleration of technology transfer. By identifying and developing new and creative ways to transition discoveries to the marketplace, the awardee has a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development, or the welfare of society.