Dr. Moslehi is a genetic epidemiologist with expertise in designing family-based and population-based genetic epidemiologic investigations and in statistical analysis of genetic and epidemiologic data. The overall objectives of most of Dr. Moslehi's studies are to identify genetic factors involved in the etiology of human disorders and to quantify the effects of genetic and environmental factors on disease risk. Various malignant and pre-malignant conditions have been the focus of most of her research activities; however, Dr. Moslehi's research projects have also involved other complex disorders besides cancer. Dr. Moslehi has been studying cancer risks associated with DNA repair gene mutations for a number of years. In the past few years, she has also initiated several studies into the role of DNA repair and transcription genes in human reproduction and fetal development.