Madeleine is an alumna of Gloucester Biotechnology Academy, part of the inaugural class of 2017. Her Academy internship led her to Dana Farber’s Center for Cancer Systems Biology, where she helped map the human Proteome interactome, which is the set of all proteins’ interactions in human cells, and fundamental to the study of human genomics.
After graduating from the Academy with a Certificate in Biotechnology, she joined Lariat Biosciences, Inc. as a research associate and assisted in the development of a microfluidics-based lung cancer screening test. Madeleine next joined Pulsar Bio, Inc. to research DNA-encoded library technology, which aims to accelerate drug discovery and development.
She is currently enrolled at Salem State as an undergraduate, also working as a peer tutor and as a supplemental instructor for various life-science courses. Madeleine enjoys blending her industry experience, her teaching and tutoring, and her Academy background, and looks forward to contributing more to the Academy’swork. When she’s not in the classroom or lab, Madeleine enjoys immersing herself in local history, and you can often find her touring historic homes and museums around Cape Ann.