IIHS joins Nationwide Insurance & MADD at Lifesavers

April 27-29, 2014

Gaylord Opryland, Nashville, TN
Booth #401-403


IIHS presenters

David Zuby

David Zuby is executive vice president and chief research officer for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Working out of the Vehicle Research Center (VRC), he oversees and coordinates research by the VRC, the Institute research department in Arlington and the Highway Loss Data Institute.

Mr. Zuby is the author of numerous research papers published by the Institute on topics such as the biomechanics of injury, pedestrian protection, crashworthiness and crash investigation.

Prior to joining the Institute as a research engineer in 1993, Mr. Zuby worked on research projects for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at Transportation Research Center in Ohio. He holds a bachelor's degree from Northwestern University in Illinois.

Anne McCartt

Anne T. McCartt is senior vice president for research at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Dr. McCartt has worked in the highway safety field for more than 25 years and has been with the Institute since 2002. She has authored more than 150 technical reports and scientific papers in such areas as distracted driving, alcohol-impaired driving, large truck safety, young drivers, side airbag effectiveness and occupant restraints. She is a former president of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine and has served on numerous expert committees.

Dr. McCartt received a bachelor's degree from Duke University and a doctorate from the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, State University of New York at Albany.

Michele Fields

Michele Fields is general counsel of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. She is an expert in motor vehicle law, with particular interests in licensing issues, drunk driving and safety belt and child restraint laws.

Ms. Fields was the primary drafter of the Uniform Vehicle Code provisions for child restraints and safety belts and for vehicle sanctions. She headed the National Committee Task force on automated traffic enforcement.

Ms. Fields is a graduate of the University of Maryland and The Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America. She is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland.

Angela Eichelberger

Angela Eichelberger is a research scientist at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Dr. Eichelberger designs and conducts research studies in the areas of occupant protection, young drivers and impaired driving. She holds a doctorate in Social Psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park.