Ms. Sadeghi (Occupational Epidemiology Training Program) received her MS degree in Public Health Nutrition from the University of Eastern Finland. Her broad research focus area was Chronic Disease Epidemiology. She is profoundly interested in the interrelationship of occupational (e.g., physical activity, circadian rhythm) and nutritional factors that contribute to adverse health outcomes. Current research interests include healthy meal intervention in the workplace and its effect on prevention of cardiovascular diseases, the effect of work shift on obesity, the effect of occupational physical activity rate on the prevention of osteoporosis, and nutritional improvement programs for transportation jobs (e.g., truck drivers). Ms. Sadeghi’s recent publications are primarily focused on bone health, dietary patterns, metabolic complications, micronutrient supplementation, and dietary interventions in the work environment.