Madeline Corona

Madeline Corona

Madeline Corona

Project Research Associate

Madeline Corona is recent graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, TX where she completed a bachelor's degree in Chemistry and Art History. As a pre-program conservation student, she held conservation technician positions at The Alamo, The National Park Service (Northeast Region - Collections Conservation Branch), and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (current). Madeline was recently accepted into the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, where she will be continuing her conservation training later this year. 

Madeline's main area of interest is in the use of scientific analysis to better understand cultural and artistic objects. At Trinity University, she participated in an independent research project that focused on the use of X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy to identify pigments in artistic and cultural objects at the San Antonio Museum of Art, as well as in the wall frescos at the Alamo. Madeline has presented her work at the Pittcon Analytical Chemistry Conference and the Western Association of Art Conservation Conference.