Currently, Dr. Graham is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Environmental and
Occupational Health and Global Health at the George Washington
University School of Public Health and Health Services. He is an expert
in environmental microbiology with over ten years of international work
Dr. Graham’s current research focuses on developing new approaches to better characterize risk factors associated with pediatric diarrhea and the emergence of novel zoonoses.
Prior to joining the faculty at George Washington, Dr. Graham served as a lead technical advisor on water supply, sanitation and hygiene within the Bureau for Global Health at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
1998 - 2003: He has worked in a variety of countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa, including a long-term position on the US-México border (1998-2003) where he conducted research on the primary prevention of diarrheal diseases and pneumonia within informal settlements of Ciudad Juárez, MX.