Center for Injury Research and Prevention

Teen Driver Safety

Power of Strong EHR Data Drives New Research

A recent study I conducted with colleagues from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, Julia M. Baker, MPH and Carolyn Drews-Botsch, PhD, MPH, demonstrates the power of data in Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s electronic health records (EHR) system in helping us continue to examine the rates of driver licensure and risk of crashing among adolescents and young adults with various medical conditions.

Make the Most of Scientific Conferences: Top 5 Tips

In this guest post, Divya Jain, one of CIRP’s Bioengineering PhD students, shares her top 5 tips for making the most of scientific conferences.

New Research on Teens with Autism and Driving

Learn about a new five-year study, conducted by CHOP researchers and funded by The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, to gain a more comprehensive understanding of mobility issues for adolescents on the autism spectrum.

Understanding Driver Attention Through Machine Learning and Big Data ​​​​​​​

Learn about a study funded by the National Science Foundation that is developing novel approaches to keep driver attention on the road.

How to Help Teens Drive Safely in Winter

Read more for tips on helping teens to drive safely in the winter.

Understanding Simulator Sickness

Simulator sickness occurs in driving research. Here’s what is currently known.