Skip to main content

Teaming Up for the Long Haul: How to Build a Strong Research Team that Lasts

Neil Charness

William G. Chase Professor of Psychology and the Director of the Institute for Successful Longevity at Florida State University

Transcript coming soon!

What makes a strong research team? And what makes it last? 

Dr. Neil Charness joined the CREATE research team in 1999, and that team has been continuously funded for 20 years and counting. 

In Episode Four, Neil shares his perspective on team formation and team longevity. He also shares how games and happy accidents led him to the field of gerontechnology and to interdisciplinary research.


BIO

Dr. Charness is the William G. Chase Professor of Psychology and the Director of the Institute for Successful Longevity at Florida State University. He received his BA from McGill University followed by his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University in Psychology. Dr. Charness also serves as the Associate Director for the University Transportation Center (ASAP) and the Associate of the Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy. His current research focus is on aging and technology use from a Human Factors Perspective, Older Driver and Pedestrian Safety, and Aging and Exert Performance.

 


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES