Dr. Farzad Amirabdollahian has a first class BSc in Nutrition, postgraduate teaching qualification with distinction and PhD in Nutrition. He has worked as a health promotion officer, nutritionist and teacher in both public and private sectors. He has also previously worked as an academic and/or research fellow in several British universities. He has wide range of teaching and research experiences and disseminated his research extensively; while He is a member of the Nutrition Society, World Public Health Nutrition Association and Zinc UK and Zinc Net scientists. He his fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Registered Nutritionist.
Collaborative investigation on nutritional status of young adults, Assessment of energy and nutrient balance in various populations and settings, Nutrition and exercise as components of healthy ageing, Zinc adequacy at population level, Cardio-metabolic risk associated with adverse eating habits and phenotypes of obesity, Modeling of human nutrient requirements