Based in the Department of Pediatrics at Dalhousie University, Dr. Graham studies the evidence for safety and effectiveness of emerging biotechnologies, and the commercialization of publicly funded health innovation. Using ethnographic methods, she is currently working on transparency, openness and trust in global vaccines research. Dr. Graham was also named a University Research Professor this year.
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- Sociology PhD Student on Global News
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- Kudos to Dr. Graham
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