Jonathan W. King received his Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University. His post-doctoral work in cognitive neuroscience at the Department of Cognitive Science at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) focused on language processing and working memory in both younger and older adults. Dr. King later joined the faculty in the Department of Psychological Sciences and the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He joined the Biobehavioral and Behavioral Processes IRG at the Center for Scientific Review at NIH in 2006, and is currently working as the Program Director for Cognitive Aging, Behavioral Genetics, and Human Factors in the Division of Behavioral and Social Research (BSR) at the National Institute on Aging. While at BSR, he has coordinated new initiatives in cognitive interventions to remediate age-related cognitive decline and the use of behavioral economic approaches both to promote health behavior change in older adults and to increase the uptake of comparative effectiveness research. His portfolio includes cognitive aging and cognitive interventions; human factors in older adults, especially driving; technology use by older adults; statistical methods for aging research; genetics of social behavior; and interplay of genetics and social, psychological and behavioral processes across the lifespan. Dr. King is also the co-Coordinator for the NIH Science of Behavior Change Common Fund Program.