David Brush is a third-year graduate student (Fall 2016) in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at the University of Central Florida. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in psychology with a concentration in cognitive neuroscience at Cedarville University in 2013. After graduating, he began managing the Ofen Lab for Cognitive and Brain Development, which is located in the Institute of Gerontology at Wayne State University in Detroit. His time working in the Ofen Lab led him to formulate an interest in memory function, traumatic brain injuries, and neurodevelopmental disorders in aging populations. He plans for those areas to be the focus of his research as he pursues a career as a clinician and researcher.