BS, University of Pittsburgh, Chemistry, 2009, cum laude
Ph.D., University of Maryland, Chemistry, 2014
Lauren M. Graham, Ph.D., Manager with B&C® Consortia Management (BCCM), guides and facilitates effective consortia performance in advocacy programs, public outreach, product stewardship, and testing and compliance. Dr. Graham offers BCCM consortia clients the scientific acumen she gained in academia and industry, and the organizational, editorial, and promotional skills honed while with the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), to assist consortia in reaching and exceeding their institutional goals.
Dr. Graham’s administrative and management support services include organizing and administrating conferences and annual meetings, revising and distributing meeting minutes and notes, and leading membership recruitment and promotional activities. She also alerts consortium members promptly of relevant industry/government developments, assists in the preparation of comments submitted to government agencies, and provides scientific and regulatory counsel, marshalling as appropriate the wider resources available from BCCM affiliates Bergeson & Campbell, P.C., and The Acta Group.
Prior to joining BCCM, Dr. Graham was Assistant Editorial Development Manager at the RSC. While there, she successfully managed hundreds of meetings with leading scientific researchers at universities and private industry. She organized publishing workshops and analyzed publishing data trends, developing regional strategies to increase readership and industry profile of journals under her supervision. Dr. Graham also served as a graduate research assistant at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, with a focus on nanotechnology and materials science. She began her scientific career in the laboratory at DSM Nutritional Products, evaluating chemical and physical properties of raw materials. Her responsibilities included implementing Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) in the labs.
Waewalee Choksawangkarn, Lauren M. Graham, Meghan Burke, Sang Bok Lee, Suzanne Ostrand-Rosenberg, Catherine Fenselau, Nathan J. Edwards, “Peptide-based systems analysis of inflammation induced myeloid-derived suppressor cells reveals diverse signaling pathways,” Proteomics, July 2016.
Lauren M. Graham, Seungil Cho, Sung Kyoung Kim, Malachi Noked, Sang Bok Lee, “Role of boric acid in nickel nanotube electrodeposition: a surface-directed growth mechanism,” ChemComm, 2014.
Lauren M. Graham, Thao M Nguyen, Sang Bok Lee, “Nanodetoxification: emerging role of nanomaterials in drug intoxication treatment,” Nanomedicine, July 2011.
Bokyung Kong, Ji Hyun Seog, Lauren M. Graham, Sang Bok Lee, “Experimental considerations on the cytotoxicity of nanoparticles,” Nanomedicine, July 2011.