Technical Electives at MIT: 

  • Introduction to Molecular Biology Techniques - 7.396
  • Molecular Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics - 20.310
  • Principles of Practice of Drug Interaction - 7.547
  • Case Studies in Drug Discovery - 20.486

Emily Keeley

Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering, MIT, 2017

Professional Experience

Management Consulting Associate
  • Boston Consulting Group
  • Provide companies and organizations tactical advice and support on strategic initiatives and operational challenges
Engineering Intern
  • Focused Ultrasound Foundation
  • Conceived regulatory system to avoid overheating of non-target tissue in ultrasound treatment

Educational Experience

MIT Minor(s): 

  • Applied International Studies

MIT Concentration(s): 

  • French

Participation in Programs: 

  • MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
  • MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives

Undergraduate Research Experiences: 

  • Evans Laboratory, Wellman Center, Harvard Medical School and MGH, Cambridge, MA - developed SMART bandage for transcutaneous oxygen mapping and targeted drug delivery
  • Aguilaniu Laboratory, LBMC, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France - determined gene-signaling pathway in worms common to aging and reproductive processes under reduced diet


  • "Non-invasive monitoring of skin inflammation using an oxygen-sensing paint-on bandage," Biomed. Opt. Express 8, 4640-4651 (2017)
  • 2013 Merck/MIT Poster Competition, SmartBandage
  • 2017 Roivant Pitch Competition Finalist

Activities, interests and hobbies: 

Amphibious Achievement, Society of Women Engineers, Community Catalyst Leadership Program