Amanda L. Graham, Ph.D., is director of Research Development at the Schroeder Institute for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies at Truth Initiative and professor of Oncology (Adjunct) at Georgetown University Medical Center. Dr. Graham’s research focuses on developing, evaluating, and optimizing scalable and cost-efficient technology-based smoking cessation interventions. Her work has primarily focused on Internet interventions and online social networks, and she has written about the unique measurement and methodological challenges in conducting technology-based research.
Dr. Graham leads a software development team at the Schroeder Institute which has developed a range of digital and social media tobacco control applications, including a mobile app for young adult smokers, a Facebook smoking cessation app, and a dynamic text messaging platform. She also runs BecomeAnEX.org, a smoking cessation website launched in 2008 as a national quit-smoking resource for smokers.
Previously, Dr. Graham was assistant professor of psychiatry at Brown Medical School and a visiting scientist at the National Cancer Institute in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences. She is a Fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Dr. Graham received her doctorate from The Chicago Medical School.