Daniel J. Graham, PhD

University of Washington

Senior Research Scientist


Dan Graham received a B.S in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University and a Ph.D. in Bioengineering from the University of Washington. His Ph.D. thesis work focused on the creation and analysis of self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) using ToF-SIMS and multivariate analysis. After graduating he worked as a research scientist with NESAC/BIO and SARC. In 2006 Dan left the UW to help found Asemblon Inc. where he worked for 4 years as a principal scientist in charge of surface engineering research.

In 2010, Dan returned to NESAC/BIO and is currently working as the NESAC/BIO Research Coordinator. Dan's current projects include development of software tools and methods for processing of ToF-SIMS data (both spectra and images), as well as several internal and external collaborations involving ToF-SIMS of cells and tissues and 3D depth profiling.

Dan's hobbies include photography, computer graphics and animation, mountain biking and running really long distances.