David is a member of the neuroscience portion for the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) project. The longitudinal study examines how biology, health, and personal characteristics are related to emotion regulation using psychophysiology and neuroimaging techniques. He also works on a Wisconsin Registry Alzheimer's Prevention (WRAP) project, which studies the relationship between emotion regulation and risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
David designs programs to process and analyze MRI and fMRI data. He is interested in data driven applications, software, and statistical packages to support affective neuroscience research.
B.A., Psychological and Brain Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis