Isabelle graduated with a BS from the UCLA Bioengineering department in 2015. During her time at UCLA, Isabelle served as President of the Engineering Ambassador Program, Mentorship and Industry Chair of Biomedical Engineering Society, a Bruin Ambassador for the Office of Undergraduate Admission, and an undergraduate student researcher in Dr. Gerard Wong’s Lab. Following UCLA, Isabelle received her MS in Computational Biology and Quantitative Genetics from Harvard University in 2018, completing her thesis work in Dr. Paul Clemons’ lab at the Broad Institute. She then joined Relay Therapeutics, a biotech startup in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and works as a software engineer, developing internal tools for scientists. Outside of work, Isabelle enjoys skiing, traveling, cooking, and exploring new restaurants around Boston!