Dr. Rose is the Minority Recruitment Specialist at the Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center. Dr. Rose specializes in educating minority communities about the risk factors associated with dementia and the benefits of participating in research. Dr. Rose’s role is critical in the pursuit of an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Rose is also a lecturer at the Eastern Michigan University School of Nursing. Dr. Rose is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. She received her Masters of Social Work and Doctorate degree in Social Work Planning & Administration from Clark Atlanta University, and her Bachelor of Nursing degree from Kennesaw University. Dr. Rose moved to Michigan in 2008 where she joined the Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center.