TTI Associate Research ScientistHealth & Sustainability
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
1111 RELLIS Parkway
Bryan, TX 77807-3135
Dr. Grossman is an Associate Research Scientist at Texas Transportation Institute where she works in the Health and Sustainability Program in the Air Quality, Energy, and Health Division. Her research and project management experience covers various areas of multimodal transportation with a focus accessibility, technology in transportation, vulnerable road user safety, and performance measurement. Alice works within the Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy, and Health (CARTEEH) and leads the Clean Transportation Collaborative.
Prior to joining TTI, Alice participated in the American Association for the Advancement of Science Science (AAAS) and Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF). As a AAAS STPF Fellow, she spearheaded the initiative for textual data asset management for portfolio analysis and program planning, management, and evaluation at NOAA. Within the AAAS STPF program she also co-founded and chaired the Developing Infrastructure Group. Alice was previously a Senior Policy Analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation and completed her PhD in Civil Engineering - Transportation Systems at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Bachelors in Physics and Astronomy at Vassar College.
Alice is also currently a Science, Technology, and Policy Fellow with the Inter-American Institute for Global Change where she contributes to research and outreach initiatives for Science Diplomacy in the area of sustainable transportation supply chain impacts on climate change and public health across the Americas.