Noelle Morrow is a biomedical researcher and freelance dancer in Boston.
She studied classical ballet and character dance for thirteen years in Bergen County, New Jersey.
She then attended Skidmore College to continue her ballet training, as well as pursue modern technique, receiving her bachelor’s degree summa cum laude as a double major in Human Physiology and Dance Performance in 2019.
Noelle’s performance experience includes corps, soloist, and principal roles in a wide range of classical ballets, as well as prominent modern works by Martha Graham, Paul Taylor, Ohad Naharin, and Robert Battle.
Noelle’s love for dance is intertwined with her fascination for the human body, and she presented at the Conference of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science in 2019
She currently works at Harvard Medical School, studying beta cell replacement therapy to treat Type 1 Diabetes, and will begin her PhD in Physiology at UCLA in the fall.
She is passionate about constantly using her curiosity, skepticism, and creativity to bridge science and art in her approach to research, dance, and life.