Contributors

Dan Burden
Walkable Communities, Inc 
High
Springs, Florida
Engineering factors

Kathy Kaufer Christoffel, MD, MPH
Children’s Memorial Hospital, Northwestern
University School of Medicine
Chicago, Illinois
Individual factors

Michael Cynecki, MSCE
Street Transportation Department 
Phoenix,
Arizona
Engineering factors

David DiLillo, PhD
Department of Psychology, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln 
Lincoln, Nebraska
Individual factors

Jean Gearing, PhD, MPH
Atlanta, Georgia
Sociological factors

Andrea Gielen, ScD, ScM
Center for Injury Research and Policy,
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Baltimore, Maryland
Educational factors

Jennie Kronenfeld, PhD
Arizona State University, School of
Health Administration and Policy 
Phoenix,
Arizona
Sociological factors

Patrick J McMahon, MRP
Neighborhood Design Center, 
Baltimore,
Maryland
Engineering factors

Lizette Peterson, PhD
Department of Psychological Sciences,
University of Missouri-Columbia, 
Columbia,
Missouri
Individual factors

Fred Rivara, MD, MPH
Harborview Injury Prevention & Research
Center, University of Washington
Seattle,Washington
Research agenda, adopting a new approach

Ian Roberts, MD, PhD
Institute of Child Health, University of
London 
London, UK
Research agenda, adopting a new approach

Richard A Schieber, MD, MPH
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Atlanta, Georgia
Epidemiology, epilogue

Mark Stevenson, PhD
Injury Research Centre, University of Western Australia 
Perth, Australia
Research agenda

James Thomson, PhD
Department of Psychology, University of Strathclyde 
Glasgow, Scotland
Educational factors

Maria E Vegega, PhD
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,
Washington, DC
Epilogue

Charles V Zegeer, MS
University of North Carolina Highway
Safety Research Center 
Chapel Hill,
North Carolina
Engineering factors

 

 


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