Mark Golusky, Lead Research Specialist

Center for Truck and Bus Safety: Human Factors and Advanced System Testing

Mark Golusky is a Lead Research Specialist in the Center for Truck and Bus Safety. In this role, he gathers and analyzes human factors data, develops protocols and procedures for specific research efforts, prepares experimental vehicles for studies, and assists with driving during data collection. Mr. Golusky commonly works in the field to prepare for and execute on-road, test-track, and naturalistic driving studies. He performs the roles of field technician, in-vehicle and on-road experimenter, data reductionist, and quality control specialist. Throughout his time at VTTI, Mr. Golusky has contributed to Institutional Review Board applications for studies involving human subjects, participant recruitment, report writing, and technological demonstration. He has considerable familiarity with the methodologies and instrumentation that VTTI uses to conduct human factors research. Mr. Golusky also maintains a Class A Vehicle, Commercial Driver License (CDL).