I'm a research scientist at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. I study age-related changes in human mental abilities and how those changes relate to wellbeing and longevity. In other words, I use advanced statistical methods to shed light on longitudinal associations between psychological and health-related phenomena.
I'm currently collaborating on the LifeBrain Project (a multi-country EU-funded initiative). Previous and/or ongoing collaborations include LIVES - Overcoming Vulnerability, Life Course Perspectives (Swiss National Centre for Competence in Research), The University of Manchester Longitudinal Study of Cognition, The Lothian Birth Cohort Studies, The Shamatha Project, and Savannas Forever Tanzania.
Up-to-date information on my research publications, teaching history, and other relevant work experience can be found in my curriculum vitae: CV [PDF format]. Or you can track my work online via my ORCID page, ResearchGate profile, LinkedIn profile, or affiliated university department.