Center for Injury Research and Prevention

Chelsea Ward McIntosh, MS

Chelsea Ward CIRP@CHOP
Driving Simulator Core Coordinator

Chelsea Ward McIntosh, MS joined the Center in September 2015 as a Clinical Research Coordinator with the Clinical Research Support Office. She currently serves as the Driving Simulator Core Coordinator where she coordinates all activities related to the driving simulators housed within the Roberts Center for Pediatric Research, including simulation programming and equipment maintenance and repair. Additionally, Chelsea supports driving simulator research as a Clinical Research Coordinator; currently she is working with Drs. Flaura Winston, Nancy Kassam-Adams, Elizabeth Walshe, Helen Loeb, Aditya Belwadi, and Patrice Tremoulet on their driving-related research projects. 

Prior to joining CHOP, Chelsea worked in mental health case management, higher education, social sciences research, and Phase III cardiovascular drug research. She has a BS in Psychology from Neumann University and a MS in Experimental Psychology from Rivier University. She can be contacted at


Research Interests

teen driver safety