Tobacco use is the most common substance use disorder in the U.S. Between 8% and 18% of healthcare expenditures, depending on smoking prevalence, are … Read more
Dr. Amanda Graham holds two positions at Truth Initiative. She is senior vice president of Innovations and a research investigator at the Truth Initiative Schroeder Institute. She is also professor (adjunct) of Oncology at Georgetown University Medical Center and a member of the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Under her leadership, the Innovations software development team has built suite of technology solutions including The EX Program. For the past 20 years, Graham’s NIH-funded research has focused on developing, evaluating, and optimizing technology-based smoking cessation interventions. Her work has primarily involved Internet interventions and online social networks, and she has written about the unique measurement and methodological challenges in conducting technology-based research.