Read news stories featuring the research behind Teen Driver Source and evidence-based resources.
Studying Safe Driving at the Neural Level
CIRP's Elizabeth Walshe, PhD describes a new research approach using neuroimaging and simulated driving to measure the complex brain function needed to drive.
Clinical Futures: A Legacy of Improved Pediatric Care Through Research
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Clinical Futures is partnering with CIRP to implement the virtual driving assessment program in the hospital's Care Network.
Giving Tuesday with the Eagles Autism Foundation
CIRP is proud to partner with the Eagles Autism Foundation to conduct research exploring the needs of autistic teens as they become adults, including learning to drive and other ways to stay mobile.
Steering Teens Toward Safety
A multimillion-dollar gift from NJM Insurance Group to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is helping young drivers -- and everyone on the road -- stay safer.
2022 AAMC Award Winners Announced
Flaura Winston, MD, PhD receives the 2022 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation David E. Rogers Award for her teen driver safety research.
NJM: Regional Partnerships Can Improve Safety of Teen Drivers
A new report from NJM Insurance Group shows the impact collaborative approaches with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Injury Research and Prevention can have on reducing teen car crashes.