Glorielly Gonzalez received her B.A. in biochemistry with a data science minor from Lawrence University in 2022. While at Lawrence, Glorielly was a research assistant involved in projects ranging from calculating and mapping future bee distribution due to climate change to helping to create an anti-schistosomiasis drug. Her last project at Lawrence in the lab of Dr. Deanna Donohoue focused on analyzing indoor air quality at the university to determine if the most used spaces on campus contained healthy air and proper airflow in a COVID context. Through her research projects, she has gained experience in public health, data analysis in R, building a shiny app, and explaining research findings to the public. Subsequently, Glorielly joined the NIAMS Community Health Clinic (CHC) as a postbaccalaureate research fellow in July 2022.
Glorielly helps to collect and analyze data for the NIAMS CHC. Her current research focus is determining the need and frequency of serial Tuberculosis screening in non-US-born rheumatic patients.