Angelyque Lorenzana

Angelyque Lorenzana presently serves as the Clinical Research Supervisor within the Epilepsy Division at the CHOC Research Institute. Originating from Chicago, she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Concordia University and proceeded to obtain her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, specializing in Family Therapy, from Roosevelt University. Additionally, Angelyque is a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) accredited by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals.

Following the completion of her Master’s program, Angelyque gained extensive experience at the Brain Vision Institute, in Barrington, Illinois where she held roles as a Clinic Program Coordinator and Clinical Research Coordinator for a span of four years. During this time, she conducted research facilitated under the Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group in areas of visual rehabilitation, amblyopia, and more. Angelyque transitioned to her current role at CHOC in 2020, bringing with her expertise and dedication to advancing clinical research in the field of the epilepsy.