Dr. Glose is a graduate of D’Youville College (BSN, 1986) and the University at Buffalo (MS in Nursing, 1995). She earned a Post-Masters Certificate as an Adult Nurse Practitioner from the University at Buffalo (2000) and holds board certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Currently, she maintains a clinical practice caring for older adults in community based residential settings.
Dr. Glose completed her PhD in Health Practice Research at The University of Rochester. Her research interests include health promotion of older adults, falls prevention, care of the hospitalized older adult, and global health issues.
Dr. Glose teaches courses in the traditional nursing program, the RN to BSN program, and the BS to BSN program. She teaches health assessment, pharmacology, research, and seminar courses. Recently, she developed and teaches a junior level course that focuses on care of the older adult across the care continuum.
Dr. Glose lives in Orchard Park, New York with her son, Justin. She enjoys gardening in the summer and skiing in the winter. She is active as a volunteer with Birthday Squad of Buffalo, Camp Good Days & Special Times, Pet Connection Maternity Shelter, and Literacy NY, Buffalo-Niagara, Inc.