This approach allows CChIPS to fashion a research portfolio to respond to real-world challenges identified by the IAB and the research team.
These collaborations have led to tangible advancements, in products generated from CChIPS projects.
The CChIPS IAB has expanded from six founding members in 2005 (all remaining active) to its current 22 members.
Every CChIPS research project includes at least one student, a fact that is central to its commitment to creating a diverse, internationally competitive, and globally engaged science and engineering workforce focused on injury prevention.
With motor vehicle crashes remaining a leading cause of death for children and adolescents, traffic safety has been -- and will continue to be -- a primary focus of the CChIPS research portfolio.