Monica Rosenberg, Ph.D.
I'm a cognitive neuroscientist working with BJ Casey and Avram Holmes at Yale University. My research explores how we pay attention, and how insights from attention research can help improve focus. In particular, I build models that predict individual differences in attention and cognition from patterns of functional brain connectivity across development.
I did my graduate work in the Department of Psychology at Yale, where I worked primarily with Marvin Chun and collaborated with Todd Constable. Before that, I examined attention fluctuations with Michael Esterman. As an undergraduate I studied cognitive neuroscience at Brown University and worked on cognitive control and memory with David Badre.
I will be joining the University of Chicago Department of Psychology as an assistant professor in 2019, and will consider graduate students for the academic year beginning Fall 2019. Prospective students are encouraged to contact me with a CV and brief statement of research interests.