Brad Garland has been a part of the DRIVES lab since 2015 and brings over 16 years of experience as the driving evaluator for our research studies. Brad has a BS in Education with an emphasis in Kinesiology, and a Driver Education and Safety endorsement. Brad has completed numerous post graduate hours of study in Educational Leadership and he is a co-owner along with his wife of My Tutor Learning Center and Driving School. Currently, My Tutor has 10 certified driving instructors on staff. Several thousand students and adults have received their driver’s license with the assistance of My Tutor’s certified instructors. My Tutor services approximately 250 drivers annually.
- Email: Monique.Williams4@bjc.org
Dr. Monique Williams is a geriatrician and the Medical Director of Oak Street Health, a model of care located in St. Louis that provides comprehensive, coordinated care and assists older adults to age in place. She is also a member of the National Medical Association and the current President of Mound City Medical Forum. Additionally, she is a member of the NIA Health Disparities Resource Person Network, Gerontological Society of America, Biological Sciences Executive Committee, and Minority Issues in Gerontology Committee. Her research focuses on minority aging and health, Alzheimer’s disease, ethical issues in research and disparities across the lifespan. Dr. William’s bring her expertise on issues of health disparities, Alzheimer’s disease and inclusion of racial and ethnic minorities in aging research to our research.