Jennifer is the Retention and Call Center Lead for the All of Us Wisconsin Research Program, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. She has a long background in research, beginning with computer aided telephone research and moving to a research associate position with another SMPH department before joining the UW AoU team. Jennifer is also an enthusiastic participant in the AoU program. She is thrilled to be a part of a groundbreaking health database and is proud to contribute to future research. She feels fortunate to work with a passionate and talented group of people, where everyone focuses on excellent data collection and creating the best experience for participants. In her spare time Jennifer strives to become an accomplished home baker, enjoys the company of a husband and two cats, and sings in a few rock and roll bands.
Joel is the Site Manager for the All of Us Research Program at UW-Madison. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from UW-Madison in 2014, he moved to Glendale, AZ where his fiancée attended dental school. During his time in the Grand Canyon State, Joel worked on numerous clinical trials and observational longitudinal studies focused on Alzheimer’s Disease. In that setting Joel established a firm foundation in clinical research, learned the value of clear and concise communication, and displayed an aptitude for treating research participants with empathy and respect. Missing family, friends, and the elbowroom of the Midwest, Joel and his fiancée moved back to Madison in 2018. Joel began working on the All of Us Research Program in June 2018, shortly after its national launch. As a study coordinator, Joel travels around the Madison area and enrolls participants by recording valuable data, like participants’ physical measurements, and collecting biospecimen like blood, saliva, and urine. You may also see him around town at various events discussing the program with members of the community. If you do, be sure to stop by and ask him about the program, Badger sports, the Cubs, Daaaa Bears, movies, music, or craft beer.
Tatiana Sarango Gonzalez
Tatiana is a Research Coordinator with the All of Us research program at UW-Madison. In addition to her role, Tatiana co-hosts the Kichwa Hatari radio program, aimed at reaching the indigenous Quechua/Kichwa population living in the United States. She earned her BS in Biology from the College of New Rochelle in New York and joined the AoU program in March 2021.
Maddie is a Research Coordinator with All of Us Wisconsin. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison with degrees in Spanish and Communication Sciences and Disorders, and is a lifelong Wisconsin native hailing from the Milwaukee area. She worked as a research coordinator assistant with the UW School of Medicine and Public Health’s Office of Clinical Trials for several years before joining the AoU WI team in August 2018, and she loves being a part of such a dedicated, passionate group! When not at work, her other interests include photography, petting dogs, sewing, traveling around the state and country with friends, and catching the latest movie in theaters.