Jeff Aronin is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Paragon Biosciences, and he has more than 20 years of experience with creating biotech companies who operate in the healthcare sector. He has made a huge difference in the lives of countless people who have suffered from the effects of rare disease and desires to continue to do so. As an entrepreneur, he has used his unique talents to help brand the businesses he supports and develop them into successful ventures. His knowledge of who is who in the sector has allowed him to find some of the best scientists in the world as well as the right leadership to guide them through the startup process. (reportexpert)
Jeff Aronin sits as the Chairman, in a non-executive role, for many different portfolio companies that are under the umbrella of Paragon Biosciences. He has also received many different awards and honors, and one of these was the 2017 Weizmann Leadership Award and the Frederic A. Gibbs Discovery Award, which he earned due to his many years of working as an influencer in the bioscience sector. He was also recognized by the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center with the 2010 Humanitarian Award for his good deeds and passion to help people who suffer because of rare diseases that have not been properly treated. He was also honored by the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago with the Rovner Award, and one of the companies he is a Chairman of, which is Harmony Biosciences, was honored with the Deal of Year award by Life Sciences Pennsylvania.
Jeff Aronin has supported countless organizations that work to treat rare diseases or that simply aim to make peoples’ lives better. Some of these include the JED Foundation for Depression, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Susan G. Komen Foundation, and the Pharmacological Treatment for Epilepsy. He is also a man who believes in the value of education and donates to many different charities that work to educate people including the Boys and Girls Club of Chicago, the Jewish National Fund, and the Chicago Parks Foundation. Not only has he helped to improve the city of Chicago, but also the world, at-large.