As of Spring 2022, the core members of the Research Priorities Project are
Additional collaborators contributing to developing the project's prioritization methods include
Joel McGuire gives us feedback on our cost-effectiveness analyses
Louis Tay advises us on topics related to well-being, measurement, and methodology
Isabel Thielmann contributes expertise about research on promoting prosocial behavior and morality.
Mike Prentice contributes expertise on psychometrics and research on human values and moral behavior.
John Wilcox contributes expertise on research about change making.
Will Fleeson contributes expertise on psychometrics and research on moral character.
Moreover, many behavioral scientists and effective altruists have been involved in identifying, describing, and scoring potential research topics. A partial list of these contributors is available here.