- B.A., Political Science, University of Chicago, 1991
- American Industrial Hygiene Association (Affiliate Member)
- Society for Risk Analysis (Member)
Mr. Glomski has 12 years of consulting experience in the health sciences, data science, and business consulting. As a data scientist, Mr. Glomski provides data management, data analytics, and software development services, and frequently holds primary responsibility for design, development, deployment, and maintenance of project-related databases, computer tools, and websites.
These computer tools leverage the capabilities of different platforms such as multi-user databases utilizing postgreSQL, Microsoft® Access, and SQL Server rdbm systems, custom user interfaces built in Microsoft® Office applications such as Excel and Access, custom websites and SharePoint sites, and coding implemented in Python, SQL, VBA, and R. He has experience implementing solutions in both proprietary (Windows, Macintosh) and open source environments (Linux, FreeBSD).
As a consultant in the health sciences, Mr. Glomski has 12 years of experience with human health-risk related issues including human health risk assessments and Proposition 65 related risk assessments, with a primary focus on issues surrounding asbestos exposure and related risk. An additional important part of Mr. Glomski's health related work was generating QSAR toxicological analysis deliverables.
For 10 years, Mr. Glomski has supported the design and development of a health and safety-related information management system in a large corporate environment and has supported the associated workforce training efforts. Recently, Mr. Glomski developed and deployed a data-driven computer tool supporting project financial management and was an integral member of a team developing a suite of software tools facilitating engineering analysis workflows for a utility sector client.