Lauren Graham, Ph.D.

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BS, University of Pittsburgh, Chemistry, 2009, cum laude

Ph.D., University of Maryland, Chemistry, 2014



Lauren Graham, Ph.D., is a chemist with The Acta Group (Acta®), with expertise in analytical chemistry and materials science.  Dr. Graham provides global chemical regulatory compliance assistance, including registration activities for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), with an emphasis on chemical data analysis, including physical-chemical properties, product chemistry, and analytical method validation. 

Prior to joining Acta, Dr. Graham served as a graduate research assistant at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, where she investigated the synthesis and use of inorganic nanomaterials for a variety of biomedical and energy applications.  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.

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