Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Associate Research Scientist Ipek Sener was recently appointed to the International Professional Association for Transport & Health (IPATH) Board of Directors. “The aim of IPATH is to share information, exchange ideas, and foster collaboration to improve health, quality of life and well-being in communities by advocating for the integration of health in the urban and transport planning agendas” (IPATH).
With over 15 years of professional experience in transportation research at the intersection of social, behavioral, and data sciences, Sener brings a wealth of knowledge to the IPATH Board of Directors. During her career, Sener published research in more than 100 publications, presented at national and international avenues, and conducted guest lectures. She currently serves as a faculty affiliate at the Texas A&M Center for Population Health and Aging and is on the editorial board of the Transportation Research Board’s Transportation Research Record journal.
“I’m honored with this appointment to the IPATH Board of Directors,” said Sener. “Over the last many years, we made great progress in expanding the understanding and evaluation of health and transportation, and the IPATH Board of Directors will play a significant role as we move forward.”