With extensive expertise in various areas including social determinants of health, life sciences research, and laboratory testing and analysis, Syreen Goulmamine is a seasoned scientist and public health expert. Goulmamine’s multifaceted experience, extending from epidemiology, laboratory management to clinical trials and report writing, makes her an excellent collaborator in the cross functional culture at SWHR.
In her role as SWHR’s Science Programs Manager role, Goulmamine’s strength lies in her ability to direct multiple projects and teams effectively, delivering clear, evidence-based outputs and outcomes. Her proficiency in simplifying complex scientific information and her prowess as a subject matter expert is reflected through her presentations at notable conferences such as those organized by the American Association for Immunologists and the National Institutes for Health. She exemplifies her passion for service through her consulting work in the biopharma industry and as a Public Health AmeriCorps volunteer.
Apart from her professional accomplishments, Goulmamine is fervently committed to advocacy for social justice, equity, and inclusion. She currently lends her expertise to the Physician Assistant Advisory Board Committee at Randolph-Macon College and the Board of Directors for Muslim Americans in Public Service. She also contributes to the Young Women in Bio Committee of the Women in Bio and the Diabetes in Schools Committee of the Virginia Diabetes Council.
Goulmamine’s academic credentials include a Master’s in Public Health, focusing on epidemiology, from George Mason University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Spanish from Randolph-Macon College. Her academic excellence has earned her membership in the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society and the Delta Omega National Honor Society.