Imelda Wong is an ORISE Scholar at the Centres for Disease Control / National Institutes of Occupational Safety and Health (CDC/NIOSH). She completed her PhD at the University of British Columbia (2012) and was the Mustard Post-doctoral Fellow at the Institute for Work and Health (2013-2014). Her main research interests focus on the health effects (eg cardiovascular disease, work injury) associated with shift work and extended working hours. As an Occupational Epidemiologist and Industrial Hygienist, her current work at CDC/NIOSH will include examining the risk of commuting accidents associated with nonstandard work schedules, and reviewing policies on distracted and fatigued driving. Imelda has been an active member of the Shift work and Working Time Society of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) since 2009 and has been elected as a Director of the Executive Board twice since 2011.