PhD, University of Michigan, 2012
MPH, University of Sydney, 2003
BS, University of Technology, Sydney, 2000
Dr. Ehsani's research examines the relationship between the transportation system, human behavior and health. Using experimental, observational and population-based methods, his research is focused on identifying policies that advance the safety and equity of the transportation system. Examples of his work include the effectiveness of licensing systems for teen drivers and distracted driving policies, naturalistic driving studies that examine individual-level driver behavior, and the impact of new mobility products and services (including bike-share, e-scooters and autonomous shuttles) on cities. He currently serves on the Academic Advisory Council of PAVE (Partners for Automated Vehicle Education).
Dr Ehsani currently has a teen driving research study in the field (Logbook Research Study). The purpose of this study is to make teenagers safer drivers by developing tools to use as they learn how to drive. Teenagers with a learner’s permit and their parents are eligible to enroll.
For more information please see the links below:
Logbook Research for Teen Drivers Study Interest Form - https://is.gd/hopkinslogbook
Logbook Research Study for Teen Drivers - https://www.facebook.com/LogbookResearchStudy
Honors and Awards
Leon S. Robertson Faculty Development Chair in Injury Prevention, 2016 - 2019
NIH Intramural Research Training Award, 2012 - 2016
Eno Transportation Fellow, 2014
Outstanding New Researcher, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 2009
Sir John Monash Scholar, 2008 - 2011