Nicole Schultz is a doctoral student in the Biochemical and Molecular Nutrition program at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. Her research focuses on the impact of nutrition and physical activity on cardiometabolic health. She earned both of her Master’s degrees at Tufts University, with emphases in Nutritional Biochemistry, Exercise Physiology, and Health Communication. She is also a Cooper Institute Certified Personal Trainer (CI-CPT). Prior to attending Tufts, Schultz worked in exercise physiology research and studied human energy expenditure and metabolism.