Tim Joganich
Mr. Timothy Joganich is employed at ARCCA, Inc., a forensic engineering company, and has specialized in bicycle accident reconstruction for over 20 years using his education, training, and experience in engineering, biomechanics, human factors, along with his extensive cycling experience. After four years of working at a gas turbine manufacturing company in Phoenix, Arizona, Mr. Joganich pursued graduate studies in Exercise Science to combine his interest in engineering and sports, especially cycling. Upon completing his graduate studies, Mr. Joganich worked at several human movement/orthopedic biomechanics labs while pursuing continuing education in human factors before moving into the forensic engineering and bicycle accident reconstruction area. Mr. Joganich has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering degree from Arizona State University (‘81) and a Masters in Exercise Science with an emphasis in biomechanics also from Arizona State University (’91). He is a Certified Human Factors Professional and has been an avid cyclist since high school in the late ’70s. His cycling experience encompasses touring, racing, commuting, recreational riding, and lunch rides with his wife. Mr. Joganich is also a League Certified Instructor (LCI) for bicycle safety with the League of American Bicyclists.
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