Hillary Maxwell, M.P.H.
Hillary is a Research Coordinator at the Centre for Research on Safe Driving, and holds a Master of Public Health degree from Lakehead University. Since starting work with Dr. Bédard’s team in 2008, she has been involved in a number of safe driving studies. Hillary is currently coordinating the Candrive Study for the Thunder Bay site. (Google Scholar; ResearchGate)
Stephanie Campbell, M.A. (cand.)
Stephanie is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Research on Safe Driving and is working toward a Masters in Clinical Psychology. Stephanie assists on a variety of tasks in the lab and is currently completing her thesis under the supervision of Dr. Michel Bédard. Her thesis is investigating the efficacy of the Attention Network Test as a tool for assessing fitness to drive.
Dylan Antoniazzi, M.Sc. (cand.)
Dylan is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Research on Safe Driving and is working towards a Masters in Experimental Psychology. Dylan assists on a variety of tasks in the lab and is currently completing his thesis under the supervision of Dr. Rupert Klein. His thesis is investigating the effects of personality on driving behaviour amoung older motorcyclists.