Andrea L. Graham

Andrea is the group’s head researcher. Her background is in ecology and evolutionary biology, and that training has shaped her approach to immunoparasitology. She has been known to occasionally have popcorn for dinner.

Education

1995-2001
Ph.D. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Cornell University

1988-1992
A.B. Summa cum laude in Biological Sciences & Sculpture
Mount Holyoke College

Awards

2006 BBSRC David Phillips Fellowship Award
2004 Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow Award
2003 Wellcome Trust Value In People Award
1996 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Pre-doctoral Fellowship Award
1994 Maurice Hexter Award for Excellence in Teaching in the New York City Public Schools
1990 Clare Boothe Luce Undergraduate Scholarship for Women in Science


Scientific Posts

2015-now
Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University

Co-Director of the Global Health Program
Affiliated Faculty of the Center for Health & Well-Being
Associated Faculty of the Princeton Environmental Institute
Associated Faculty of the Program in Health & Health Policy

2009-2014
Assistant Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University

2006-2010
BBSRC David Phillips Fellow
University of Edinburgh, Scotland

2004-2006
Leverhulme Trust and School of Biological Sciences Early Career Fellow
University of Edinburgh, Scotland

2001-2004
Post-doctoral Research Associate
University of Edinburgh, Scotland

1996-2001
HHMI Pre-doctoral Fellow and Ph.D. candidate
Cornell University

1993-1995
Summer Research Assistant in Invertebrate Paleontology
American Museum of Natural History

1990-1991
Research Assistant, Koala Conservation Project
University of Queensland, Australia

1989-1990
Summer Research Assistant, Childhood Diabetes Foundation
University of Colorado, Denver