Director, UCSD/SDSU General Preventive Medicine Residency Program Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, UCSD Professor, Graduate School of Public Health, SDSU Chair, Graduate Medical Education Committee, American College of Preventive Medicine Co-Director, UCSD Injury Epidemiology Prevention and Research Center
Dr. Hill’s leadership provides direction for the program’s research, training, and service projects that aim to reduce injuries and deaths resulting from collisions. Her areas of interest include older drivers, fall prevention, teen drivers and distracted driving. With over 30 years as a practicing physician, she brings lessons from the community to her injury prevention activities. Dr. Hill imparts her expertise through public speaking engagements, publications, and teaching. She is recognized nationally as a contributor to prevention research.
Professor of Surgery and Chief, UCSD Division of Trauma, Surgical Critical Care and Burns Executive Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery, UCSD Medical Center
Director, UCSD Trauma Fellowship
Co-Director, UCSD Injury Epidemiology Prevention and Research Center
Vice-Chairman, American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma
Council Member and Vice President, San Diego Surgical Society
Dr. Coimbra is strongly committed to promoting effective injury prevention in San Diego County. He is an accomplished teacher and mentor, and has authored numerous journal articles. As an advisor to TREDS, his expertise in trauma and critical care enhances the program’s research and community efforts. His firsthand experience with traffic-related injuries and patient rehabilitation fuels his passion for trauma prevention.
Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, UCSD
Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of Preventive Medicine
Director, Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems, Calit2
Senior Advisor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Active Living Research
Dr. Patrick’s research focuses on the use of information and telecommunications technology to measure and improve health-related behaviors of individuals and populations. His primary area of interest is the development of web and mobile systems for health promotion, injury prevention, and wellness. Dr. Patrick advises TREDS on technological innovations and solutions related to traffic safety.
With over 30 years of experience in the public health arena, Jill brings expertise in program management, training development, and research to the team. She directs projects that aim to promote safe driving for older adults and reduce distracted driving. Jill serves on several challenge area committees of California’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan, and is a presenter and coauthor on research projects.
Jana’s background in health education, curriculum development and teaching at the college level adds a host of experience to the program. She is responsible for the communication and delivery of professional education in support of driving safety, including video production and online training modules. She supervises an internship program for college students preparing for health professions.
Assistance is provided to support project activities that include literature reviews, material development, data collection and entry, and website maintenance.