Robert Voas, PhD, Psychology
Senior Research Scientist II
Calverton Center
Calverton, Maryland

Phone: (301) 755-2720

Dr. Voas has been involved in research on alcohol and highway safety for 30 years, initially as director of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Office of Program Evaluation and more recently as Principal Investigator for government research programs in drinking-driving and community alcohol problem prevention. Dr. Voas is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and a Past President of the International Council on Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety. He is also a member of the Committee on Alcohol and Drugs, the National Safety Council, and the Committee on Alcohol and Other Drugs of the National Transportation Research Board and has served on the National Board of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. His recent research projects have included an evaluation of programs to reduce college student binge drinking and studies of underage binge drinkers crossing the border at San Diego and El Paso to drink in Mexico, where the drinking age is 18. He has just completed a national study of the impact of alcohol safety laws on alcohol-related fatal crashes, using the FARS.

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