Skip Navigation

Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit

A World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Injuries, Violence and Accident Prevention

Bookmark and Share

News

Keyword: rtirn

The Road Traffic Injuries Research Network (RTIRN) received the 2010 Prince Michael International Road Safety Award during the UN Road Safety Collaboration meeting in London this week. HRH Prince Michael of Kent presented the award to Margie Peden of the World Health Organization who is a board member for RTIRN, and Dr. Adnan Hyder, director of the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit, who serves as board chairman for RTIRN.

The award, administered by Road Safe, recognizes important achievements and innovations in road safety. RTIRN’s vision is to reduce the burden of road traffic injuries in low and middle-income countries through the promotion, conduct and utilization of road safety research.

For more information on partnership opportunities, please contact the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit.

Hyder_PrinceMichael

Margie Peden of the World Health Organization, HRH Prince Michael of Kent, and Dr. Adnan Hyder of the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit

The Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit congratulates our partner, the Road Traffic Injuries Research Network, on receiving the prestigious 2010 Prince Michael International Road Safety Award. The award, administered by Road Safe, recognizes important achievements and innovations in road safety. It will be presented during the UN Road Safety Collaboration meeting in April to Dr. Adnan Hyder, director of the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit. Dr. Hyder also serves as board chairman for the Road Traffic Injuries Research Network.

In addition, the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit was featured in the Road Traffic Injuries Research Network’s first quarter newsletter, announcing the Unit’s designation as a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Injuries, Violence and Accident Prevention.

For more information on partnership opportunities, please contact the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit.

Hyder_RTIRN

Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit featured in the Road Traffic Injuries Research Network's newsletter.

Dr. Martha C. Hijar Medina, a collaborator with the International Injury Research Unit, was recently accepted as a “Numerario” (i.e., numerarium academic) in the National Academy of Medicine in Mexico. The Unit congratulates Dr. Medina on this honor and looks forward to a continued partnership.

Dr. Medina previously served on the board of the Road Traffic Injuries Research Network, which is currently chaired by Dr. Adnan Hyder, the director of the International Injury Research Unit. She now serves as an advisor to the Secretariat of the RTIRN.

©2016, Johns Hopkins University. All rights reserved.
Web policies, 615 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21205