David S. Rosen
Doctoral Candidate, Applied Cognitive Brain Sciences, Drexel University
David is currently a 4th year doctoral student in the Applied Cognitive and Brain Sciences program at Drexel University. The focus of his work is music cognition, specifically with regard to the neural correlates of music improvisation. He has contributed to various projects with a wide scope, including music and emotion, creative cognition / insight, non-invasive brain stimulation and creativity, music technology and STEAM education. He has also received training and have experience with several neuroimaging techniques, EEG, fMRI, and fNIR. His passion for improvisational music, neuroscience, and "flow-states" has inspired his graduate work.