Dinesh Mohan

Designation: Professor, Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme, Room MS 808 (Main Building), Indian Institute of Technology,
Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016

Specialization: Vehicular Pollution

Henry Ford Professor for Biomechanics and Transportation Safety, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi
Co-ordinator, Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme and Head, WHO Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Safety Technology; Consultancies with several national & international institutions & ministry dealing with health, transport, safety and automobile.
International BJD Ambassador;
Former Co-ordinator, The BJD-INDIA: NAN (2000 – 2004);
Member, American Society of Biomechanics / Institution of Engineers, India / International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention / National Safety Council, India / Board of International Research Council on Biomechanics of Impacts / International Commission on Occupational Health, Scientific Committee on Accident Prevention / WHO Expert Advisory Panel on Accident Prevention.
Distinguished Alumnus Award, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay 2002;
2001 Bertil Aldman Award;
national Distinguished Career Award (American Public Health Association) 2000;
Inter Haddon Memorial Award for Best Paper in Safety Research 1996;
Award of Merit for outstanding research in traffic safety 1991;
Award and Medal for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Traffic Medicine 1991;
University of Michigan, Rakham School of graduate Studies Fellowship 1972;
E.I. Dupont Fellowship 1969;
Member of several national & international professional Societies;
Chief Investigator of several research projects.