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National Teen Driver Safety week (October 18-24) is here and the perfect time to read about CIRP's teen driving research to drive the conversation.
In honor of National Child Passenger Safety Week, we round up some of our recent child passenger safety blog posts.
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.
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.
Read about new research, funded by the Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS), that shows automatic emergency braking to be very effective in preventing rear-end striking crashes.
With autonomous driving systems (ADS) becoming more prevalent on our roadways, the child safety community considers how these advancements uniquely impact children and adolescents. Read key takeaways from an international workshop that defined priorities in research, product design, and information/communication.
Read about a new CChIPS study published in Traffic Injury Prevention that explores how age and sex impact a person’s ability to respond to an emergency when in a self-driving vehicle.
The Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS) has released its 2019 Annual Report highlighting research projects funded through the consortium for the 2018-2019 project year.
Learn about new Human Factors research recently presented at the sixth Automated Vehicles Symposium in Orlando, Florida.
Learn about upcoming CIRP presentations at this year's Lifesavers Conference, including using technology to combat distracted driving, why teens drive distracted, and child passenger safety and autonomous vehicles.