Noelle graduated summa cum laude with honors from Northeastern University with a degree in Behavioral Neuroscience. While in college, she became interested in cancer research and won the national AACR Bardos scholar award and published her first book chapter on formulations nanoparticles for drug delivery. She also worked for an immune oncology start-up in Cambridge, over the course of which she published her first paper in Nature. She is currently pursuing her MD at Harvard Medical School, where she hopes to bridge her interest in oncology and her desire to work with underserved populations.
Noelle enjoys working with students of all ages, from middle school to college. Her core strengths include chemistry, biology, and psychology. She is passionate about helping students achieve their full potential, as well as mentoring and coaching premed students.
In her spare time, Noelle is a health/fitness enthusiast and enjoys healthy cooking, distance running, skiing, and fitness classes. She also enjoys craft projects such as knitting and cross-stitching.