Positions in the Lab

Information for Prospective Lab Members

 

Our lab uses behavioral testing, neuroimaging (EEG/ERP, fMRI), and neurostimulation (TMS, tDCS) techniques, as well as statistical modeling (MVPA, CFA, SEM), to develop and test theories of memory.  Our research is focused on memory and age related changes in memory. In particular, we study the behavioral and neural processes associated with working memory and the relations among working memory, episodic memory, prospective memory, and higher-order cognition (e.g., fluid intelligence, language comprehension). We study these topics in various populations including young adults, healthy older adults, and in patients with Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, or amnesia.

For more info, see Publications.

Post-Doctoral Research Position

 

Funds may be available for a post-doctoral research position. Salary and duration will be commensurate with research experience and career goals. Interested candidates should send inquiry to nrose1@nd.edu. Please attach C.V. and a cover letter detailing your training background, research interests, publications, and references.

Ph.D. Students

 

Professor Rose may be accepting applications for a PhD student position in the Cognition, Brain, & Behavior program. Students interested in joining the lab must apply through UND Graduate Admissions.  Students should specifically indicate their interest in joining the Rose Lab in the appropriate locations in their application and in their personal statement.

It is recommended that you send Professor Rose an email stating your interest as early as possible (nrose1@nd.edu). Please attach C.V. and a cover letter detailing your training background, research interests, publications, and references. Students with expertise in cognitive neuroimaging and/or neurostimulation methods, as well computer programming and computational analysis will be given special consideration.

Undergraduate Research Assistants

 

Undergraduate research assistants interested in gaining research experience should contact Professor Rose at nrose1@nd.edu with a letter detailing your background and research interests. Please comment on proficiency with computer programming. Responsibilities will include helping lab members prepare applications, program experiments, run experiments / collect data, process data, and attending our weekly lab meeting. Course Credit or Work Study payment may be available depending on involvement and experience.