Isabelle holds a master's degree in Biomedical Engineering and a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics from Chalmers. Her research focuses on child occupant safety in the rear seat during driving and pre-crash events such as an evasive braking/swerving maneuver. She has quantified occupant behavior and kinematics in vehicles due to vehicle motion, belt geometry and child restraint systems. The results are used as input for a numerical human body model with postural control. The research outcomes provide novel knowledge on kinematic responses and postural control in children during vehicle maneuvers. The data sets produced are used to improve and validate test tools for different pre-crash situations.