MIPI-Faculty

Mouyid Islam, Ph.D.

Mouyid Islam, Ph.D. Phone: (813) 974-7146 Email: mouyid@cutr.usf.edu Profile:  Dr. Mouyid Islam is currently a research faculty member at the Center for Urban Transportation Research in The University of South Florida. Prior to joining CUTR he was a Highway Safety Engineer with CH2M for four years. Dr. Islam also wrote many articles focusing on highway safety and crash data analysis

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Chanyoung Lee, Ph.D., AICP, PTP, Program Director

PhD, Senior Research Associate, ITS, Traffic Operations & Safety Program. PhD,Transportation Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison; certificate in Transportation Management and Policy, Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, UWM; MS Transportation Planning, BS Urban Planning, Hongik University . Specialties: traffic analysis support, winter weather mobility impacts, microsimulation calibration and validation, ramp metering retiming.

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Siwon Jang, Ph.D., Research Associate

Dr. Siwon Jang has a strong commitment to empirical research and practice in injury prevention including traffic injury prevention. In particular, she is interested in preventing injuries among children and adolescents, considering that unintentional injury is the leading cause of death for these populations. Dr. Jang also has a wide variety of experience in developing and implementing injury prevention programs in academic, community, national, and international settings. For example, she has been involved in designing safety education materials for children, parents, and school teachers, such as textbook, instructional guidebook, animation CD, and fact-sheets. In Korea, Dr. Jang was involved in localizing the global safety program, “Walk This Way,” which was developed and implemented by Safe Kids Worldwide, a multinational non-governmental organization that is committed to child safety. She also taught various public health courses for over seven years at USF and has been serving as a journal reviewer for several academic journal.

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