Center for Injury Research and Prevention

Training Opportunities

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Child Passenger Safety Research as a Trainee

In this guest blog post, Shreyas Sarfare shares his experience as a biomechanics trainee at CIRP and how it has shaped his future career in research.

Reflecting on Our First Virtual REU Program

CIRP Director of Training Thomas Seacrist, MBE and trainees reflect on the first virtual 2020 Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program.

Why Research Became My Calling

Read about Chloe Hannan's career path from CIRP Research Trainee to her MS in Epidemiology and current role at CHOP's PolicyLab and Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness.

Sparking An Interest in Child Passenger Safety Research

Read about the graduate student research experiences of Madeline Griffith, MS that led to her becoming a Research Project Engineer at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Injury Research and Prevention.

Welcoming the New REU Class Virtually

The Center for Injury Research and Prevention welcomes its 2020 Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) class virtually.

Choosing Epidemiology

Maya Thirkill, a senior at Spelman College, plans a career in epidemiology and thanks the Injury Science REU Program at CIRP for helping her choose a career path.

The Chance to Answer My Own Research Question

In this guest blog post, Drexel University's Rahul Akkem shares his experience as a co-op student on CIRP's Biomedical Engineering team and how it has shaped his future career in research.

Conducting Cognitive Research in Real World Settings

Read about why Kayla Sansevere wants to pursue a career in research after taking part in CIRP's Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program as part of the Neuroscience of Driving team.

Connecting with STEM Students at HBCUs

Learn why CIRP is focusing its outreach efforts on Historically Black Universities and Colleges (HBCUs) to connect STEM students with the Injury Science REU Program.

The Power of Women in Health Research

Today we are pleased to welcome a guest blog post from Kendall Seigworth, MPH, a research assistant at Temple University who participated in the Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at CIRP a few summers ago that inspired her to pursue a STEM career.

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