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Richard Milius received his BS in chemistry from Marquette University and a PhD in organic chemistry from Northeastern University. His postdoctoral work at Harvard Medical School focused on the synthesis of radiolabeled drugs for use in radiation therapy and nuclear medicine.

Prior to his “encore career” at Norwich, Milius spent over 25 years at Research Biochemicals Inc. (later part of Sigma-Aldrich Corp.), a firm specializing in products for use in neuroscience research.

His research activities, focused on diagnostic agents for neurodegenerative diseases, resulted in numerous journal articles and three patents. Milius is faculty advisor to the Norwich Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society and is part of the leadership team of the Vermont STEM Fair. His other interests include fly fishing, gardening, and bread baking.

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