Gloria Thomas received a B.S. in chemistry (cum laude) from Southern University and A&M College in 1996. She obtained a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry at Louisiana State University and A&M College in 2002. Prior to her appointment as an assistant professor at Mississippi State, Dr. Thomas was a National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Dr. Thomas left MSU in August 2007.
|Thomas, Gloria , Rondedrick Sinville, Shelby Sutton, Hannah Farquar, Robert P. Hammer, Steven A. Soper, Yu-Wei Cheng, and Francis Barany. "Capillary and microelectrophoretic separations of ligase detection reaction products produced from low-abundant point mutations in genomic DNA" Electrophoresis 25.10-11 (2004): 1668-1677.|
|Qi, Shize , Xuezhu Liu, Sean Ford, James Barrows, Gloria Thomas, Kevin Kelly, Andrew McCandless, Kun Lian, Jost Goettert and Steven A. Soper. "Microfluidic devices fabricated in poly(methyl methacrylate) using hot-embossing with integrated sampling capillary and fiber optics for fluorescence detection" Lab on a Chip 2.2 (2002): 88-95.|