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Alexander T. Radosevich Associate Professor
Chemistry

Alexander Radosevich works at the interface of inorganic and organic chemistry to design new chemical reactions. In particular, his interests concern the invention of compositionally new classes of molecular catalysts based on inexpensive and earth-abundant elements of the p-block. This research explores the connection between molecular structure and reactivity in an effort to discover new efficient and sustainable approaches to chemical synthesis. 

Radosevich received his BS from the University of Notre Dame in 2002, and his PhD from the University of California at Berkeley in 2007. After completing an NIH postdoctoral fellowship at MIT with Daniel Nocera, he joined the faculty at the Pennsylvania State University in 2010. He has been the recipient of a number of awards, including an Amgen Young Investigator’s Award (2015), a Sloan Research Fellowship (2014), and an NSF CAREER Award (2014). He returns to the Department of Chemistry at MIT as an associate professor.

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Selected Awards and Honors

  • National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award

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CONTACT INFORMATION

t: 617-253-4503 Room: 2-321

Selected Awards and Honors

  • National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award