H/SIV pathogenesis, and neuropathogenesis; Cardiovascular disease; High technology development
Dr. David R.M. Graham is an assistant professor of molecular and comparative biology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He holds a secondary appointment in the Division of Cardiology. Additionally, he serves as the School of Medicine Executive Director for the Center for Resources in Integrative Biology, a School of Medicine and School of Public Health joint faculty initiative.
His research focuses on understanding the consequences of HIV interactions with the immune system, the resulting pathogenesis and how to sabotage these interactions.
Dr. Graham completed his undergraduate studies in biomedical and health sciences at the University of Guelph and his master’s work in biology at McMaster University, both in Ontario, Canada. After a two-year break from academics, he relocated to Baltimore and returned to graduate school at Johns Hopkins, where he obtained his Ph.D. in biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology. In 2004, he joined the faculty of Johns Hopkins as a research associate in the Division of Cardiology, and in 2009 he became an assistant professor.
Dr. Graham is a member of several professional societies and serves on the editorial boards of PROTEOMICS and Frontiers Immunology. He has published more than two dozen peer reviewed articles and one book chapter, and has presented his work at several national and international conferences. . He has served as co-investigator or co-principal investigator on several research grants funded by the National Institutes of Health, and holds one patent.