Andreas Ihle is a professor at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He received his MSc in Psychology from the University of Dresden, Germany, and his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Geneva. His interdisciplinary research focuses on better understanding human development across the lifespan, such as explaining the enormous inter- and intraindividual differences in cognitive functioning, health, well-being, activity engagement, reserve accumulation, and vulnerabilities from early childhood to late adulthood. On these topics, he has published several international peer-reviewed journal articles. He is a reviewer for a broad variety of scientific journals and funding agencies.