Helen Loeb is a Biomedical Research Engineer at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention at CHOP. An Avionics Engineer by training, she holds a PhD in Robotics and has considerable experience in the design and instrumentation of complex systems. Dr. Loeb developed the Dynamic Systems Laboratory at Villanova University, where she was the Project Manager for the development of autonomous vehicles. With her strong interest in collision avoidance technology, she led a team at Villanova to study the potential of lidar technology for autonomous vehicles. Along with her industrial and academic experience, Dr. Loeb brings a strong instrumentation background to CHOP and was instrumental in synchronizing CIRP's driving simulator with an eye-tracker. Her current interests in teen driving have led her to design methods and metrics to develop a driving assessment on the driving simulator. Dr. Loeb is also the lead Research Engineer on the data analysis for the current WinS project at CIRP. She is thrilled to collaborate with CIRP investigators, CChIPS partners and external consultants to better understand teen driving and develop technology that can promote safety. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.