Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Romarie Morales Rosado is a Scientist in the Applied Statistics and Computational Modeling group at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. She is part of the National Security Directorate. Dr. Morales has worked on NA-22 research projects since joining PNNL in 2016. Previous to that she earned her Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and certificate in Statistics from Arizona State University (2016), and M.S. in Applied Mathematics from ASU in 2012, and B.A. in Political Science from Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. She also served as mathematical and statistics faculty at Arizona State University. Dr. Morales Rosado is the Visionary of the Bridging Opportunities for Leadership and Training in STEM program (BOLTS). BOLTS is a mentorship program between PNNL researchers and students from local underserved high schools. She is the Relationship Manager for the National Graduate Fellowship Program, and Diversity Internship for Defense Threat Reduction program. Also, Dr. Morales is the point of contact for National Security Internship Program for the Applied Mathematics and Statistical group, the Monitoring Technology and Verification consortium , and Enabling Technologies and Innovation consortium.