Graham obtained a BS in Chemical Engineering and a BS in Physics from Carnegie Mellon University (2013), and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Northwestern University (2019) in the USA. During his PhD at Northwestern, he studied how cancers develop and metastasize in animal models using 3D imaging techniques. In 2019 he joined Professor Guillermo Tearney at Harvard Medical School as a postdoctoral fellow, where he developed new catheter technologies for clinical intravascular imaging.

Graham is now a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Physics funded by the EPSRC Healthcare Technologies Challenge Award for developing the next generation of spectral endoscopy. He became a Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College in 2022.

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26th June 2022, 08.00