Researchers and Consultants
GHSA Associate Members listed below are organizations or individuals who conduct research or consult on traffic safety issues. Learn more about GHSA’s Associate Membership program and how to apply here.
North Dakota State University works with stakeholders to expand knowledge regarding programs and policies designed to promote safer rural transportation. The effort includes research, education and outreach that will enhance quality of life through safer and more secure rural transportation. The Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute is a department at North Dakota State University.
NORC at the University of Chicago is a nonprofit research organization that delivers reliable data and rigorous analysis to guide critical programmatic, business and policy decisions.
As a principal research scientist, Jim Fell evaluates traffic safety programs and policies, conducts surveys of public awareness and attitudes, and investigates trends in traffic safety data systems.
Preusser Research Group, Inc., (PRG) is a full-service research firm specializing in transportation, highway safety and issues related to drug and alcohol abuse. PRG scientists and field personnel combine to produce a team that excels in designing programs and studies, collecting data, analyzing data and presenting results to clients.
Clemson University’s Institute for Global Road Safety and Security (IGRSS) was approved in 2002 as a new program for Clemson University by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and is a niche area of Clemson University’s Automotive and Transportation Technology emphasis area. This interdisciplinary community of CU-IGRSS researchers produces knowledge that leads to new and more effective ways of improving the safety of the automotive and transportation environment by developing evidence-based countermeasures and products.
101 Research is a woman-owned, interdisciplinary research and consulting firm. The firm specializes in three main areas: market research, social and behavioral science research, and user research.