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Cirencester

a market town in S England, in Gloucestershire: Roman amphitheatre. Pop.: 15 861 (2001)
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With family consent, the CIREN team conducts individual investigations into the injuries of car crash victims who come to Children's Hospital for treatment.
As a CIREN Center, Children's Hospital is able to further expand its crash investigation and engineering research into the injury mechanisms and engineering solutions to child crash injuries.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration created CIREN in 1996 to improve the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of motor vehicle crash injuries to reduce deaths, disabilities, and human and economic costs.
A key focus of CIREN is to provide feedback to the auto industry.
It will be the first self-funded center in the CIREN network.
The mission of the CIREN center epitomizes what we do at the Medical College," said T.
Known as "The Mercedes-Benz CIREN Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham," the new facility will focus on the analysis and prevention of car crashes in the rapidly increasing geriatric population.
Created in 1996 by the Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), CIREN involves a unique collaboration of medical practitioners, engineers and other related professionals.
We are delighted to be a supporter and partner in the highly innovative and vital CIREN program, which uses state-of-the-art technology, along with medical insights, to help reduce auto fatalities and injuries," said Joe Eberhardt, Vice-President Marketing for MBUSA.
A 5-2 defeat to West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns on Wednesday night ended their cup ambitions but Adders confidently expect to return to the victory trail at the Cirens and complete the double over their Gloucestershire rivals.