Chelsea Moriarty is a leader in biology research and consulting
Chelsea Moriarty is a first-year medical student at Johns Hopkins University. She received her Master of Business Administration from Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business in 2018, and her dual Bachelor of Art in Developmental Biology and Medical Anthropology from Smith College in 2014. Chelsea has 7 years of experience in stem cell research, focusing on division, differentiation, and development. She published her research on radial glia division and neuronal differentiation in Developmental Biology, 2014. She was credited as a co-author in Genome Biology’s 2015 study on the correlation between nutrition, DNA methylation, and intestinal stem cell epigenetic development.
As a cancer survivor, Chelsea is an active volunteer for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), a non-profit dedicated to providing research, medical access, and social support for patients with blood cancers. An LLS spokesperson since 2014, Chelsea was the keynote speaker at Houston’s Man and Woman of the Year Gala in 2016, when volunteers raised $1 M for the first time in chapter history.
Chelsea plans to apply her medical and business experience on delivering affordable, innovative healthcare to the most at-risk populations by focusing on preventative medicine, nutrition, and behavioral health.