Chiara Orsi is a PhD graduate in Public Health and Education – Curriculum: epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of Pavia and member of the Centre of Study and Research on Road Safety (CIRSS). She carries out research in traffic accident epidemiology and road safety.
She was a member of the Italian team of the European research project “COST 357 PROHELM: accident prevention options with motorcycle helmet”; she is a member of the Italian team and the Management Committee of the European research project “TU1101: Towards safer bicycling through optimization of bicycle helmets and usage”; she is a member of the Italian team of the European project “REHABIL-AID – Reducing the Arm and the Burden of Injuries and human Loss caused by road traffic crashes and Addressing Injury Demands through effective interventions”. As a biostatistician, she is involved in statistical analysis of road accidents ad hoc study databases (ETAC – European Truck Accident Causation, MAIDS- Motorcycle Accidents In Depth Investigation, COST 357 PROHELM: accident prevention options with motorcycle helmet, GIDAS-German In Depth Accident Study) and Italian current databases. She is author of monographs, articles, internal research reports and conference papers.