Program Overview

MIPI conducts research and educational outreach to prevent motor-vehicle injuries and deaths focused on motorcycles. The interdisciplinary MIPI team consists of both engineers and public health professionals with significant knowledge of and experience with motorcycle safety promotion techniques including theory-based motorcyclist behavior change. The team’s areas of expertise include SP and RP data collection, analysis and visualization, epidemiology of motor vehicle collisions and injuries, crash modeling, behavior safety program development and evaluation, traffic safety policy including TZD (Toward Zero Death) and regulation development and evaluation. Additionally, MIPI has collaborated with community partners to design, administer and analyze numerous statewide public opinion surveys utilizing various survey methods.

News from Motorcycle Injury Prevention

Recent MIPI Publications & Research

Chanyoung Lee Ph.D.

Program Director
Phone: 813-974-5307
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Biography

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, micro-simulation calibration and validation, ramp metering re-timing.