Technical Electives at MIT: 

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

Charlotte Keeley

Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering, MIT, 2017

Professional Experience

Management Consulting Associate
  • Boston Consulting Group
  • Project experience includes strategic and operational work in a variety of industries and sectors
Board Director
  • The Harvard/MIT Coop
  • Formulated policy for a historic cooperative campus store serving Harvard and MIT
Formulation Intern
  • Ironwood Pharmaceuticals
  • Formulated Phase 1A gastrointestinal pipeline drug candidate
Engineering Intern
  • Focused Ultrasound Foundation
  • Designed a novel temperature regulatory system for focused ultrasound rodent muscle trials

Educational Experience

MIT Minor(s): 

  • Applied International Studies

MIT Concentration(s): 

  • French

Participation in Programs: 

  • MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives

Undergraduate Research Experiences: 

  • Mollereau Laboratory - LBMC, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon - Protein discovery in Drosophila embryonic development


  • Poster: 2013 Merck/MIT Poster Competition: SmartBandage
  • Publication: Journal of Cell Biology January 2015: “A DPP-mediated feed-forward loop canalizes morphogenesis during Drosophila dorsal closure.”
  • Presentation: 2017 Roivant Pitch Competition Finalist

Activities, interests and hobbies: 

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