John Caldwell is an experimental psychologist with over 30 years of experience conducting and directing stress, sleep, fatigue, pharmacological, and performance/safety research. He has presented an array of sleep-and-fatigue-management and related courses for organizations to include the National Sleep Foundation, the National Transportation Safety Board, the Swiss Aviation Safety Office, the Colombian Aviation Authority, and both Rio Tinto and Newmont Mining.
John holds the US Air Force’s highest civilian award for research and development, he is a Fellow of the Aerospace Medical Association, and a Fellow of the Aerospace Human Factors Society. He has worked with a variety of organizations to include the US Army’s Medical Research and Materiel Command, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the US Air Force Research Laboratory. He provides education on research issues as well as strategies to optimize performance in real-world contexts.