Dr. Jennifer Rose is a Research Professor in the Psychology Department and Quantitative Analysis Center at Wesleyan University. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Rhode Island. Her area of expertise is in the application of advanced quantitative methods to the study of substance abuse and dependence. She currently has an R21 grant through NIDA to apply Integrated Data Analysis to investigate measurement invariance in nicotine dependence symptoms. At Wesleyan, Dr. Rose teaches classes in applied data analysis and statistical consulting.