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Behdin Nowrouzi

Behdin Nowrouzi Center for Research in Occupational Safety and Health
Laurentian University
Sudbury, Canada


Dr. Nowrouzi has a PhD in Interdisciplinary health from Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. His research activities stems from his clinical work as an occupational therapist. Dr. Nowrouzi applies a multidisciplinary approach to health research, as it brings together a diverse group of individuals from many disciplines with interests in workplace disability and prevention. Furthermore, he believes this diversity provides a varied perspective on decision-making and helps find innovative solutions to complex health problems. He is also a fellow in Work Disability Prevention through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

Research Interest

Occupational health and safety, Epidemiology, Genetics, Social determinants of physical and mental health, Physical and mental workplace stress, Nutrition, Obesity in the workplace and return to work issues.

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