Bettie J. Graham, Ph.D.
Division of Extramural Operations
Ph.D. Baylor College of Medicine, 1971
Dr. Bettie Graham provides leadership for all of NHGRI's extramural training programs, especially for the NHGRI Minority Action Plan. This bold new program aims to increase substantially the number of individuals from underrepresented groups conducting genomic and ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) research. Dr. Graham manages the review of proposed minority action plans from NHGRI grantees, and devises new approaches regarding training of underrepresented groups. A program director for DER since 1989, she oversees the NHGRI Training and Career Development Program, the Small Business Innovation Research Program/Small Business Technology Transfer Program, and the Loan Repayment Program. Dr. Graham is involved in the trans-NIH mouse initiative, as well as the scientific program management of grants related to mapping technology and the application of mass spectrometry to DNA and protein sequencing.
Dr. Graham received the PHS Special Recognition Award in 1993 and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director's Award in 1986, 1991,1993,1999, 2001, 2002 and 2003. She received her Ph.D. in virology from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Graham, B.J., Minamishima, Y., Dressman, G.R., Haines, H.G. and Benyesh Melnick, M.: Complement requiring neutralizing antibodies in hyperimmune sera to human cytomegaloviruses. J. Immunology, 107 (6): 1618 1630. 1971. [PubMed]
Minamishima, Y., Graham, B.J., and Benyesh Melnick, M.: Neutralizing antibodies to cytomegaloviruses in normal simian and human sera. Infect. Immun, 4 (4): 368 373, 1971. [PubMed]
Graham, J.J., Ludwig, J., Bronson, D.L., Benyesh Melnick, M. and Biswal, N.: Physiocochemical properties of the DNA of Herpes Viruses. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 259: 24 34, 1972. [PubMed]
Bronson, D.L., Graham, B.J., Ludwig, H., Benyesh Melnick, M. and Biswal, N.: Studies on the relatedness of Herpes Viruses through DNA-RNA hybridization. Biochemica et Biophysica Acta, 259:24 35, 1972. [PubMed]
Simonds, J.A., Robey, W.G., Graham, B.J., Oie, H. and Vande Woude, G.F.: Purification of Herpesvirus Saimiri and properties of the viral DNA. Archives of Virol, 49: 249 259, 1975. [PubMed]
Robey, W.G., Graham, B.J., Rupp, B., Bell, C., Conlon, T., and Kleeker, J.: Purification of Herpesvirus nucleocapsids by flourocarbon extraction. Microbios 16, 105 110, 1976. [PubMed]
Graham, B.J., Bengali, Z. and Vande Woude, G.F.: A physical map of the origin of defective DNA in Herpes Simplex virus Type 1 DNA. J. Virol, 25: 878 887, 1978. [PubMed]
Graham, B.J. and Duane, T.D.: Ocular Melanoma Task Force Meeting. Am J. Ophtha, 90 (5): 728 733, 1980. [PubMed]
Salans, Lester B. and Graham, Bettie J., Ed. Proceedings from the Task Force on Animals Models Appropriate for Research on Diabetes Mellitus and Its Complications. Diabetes, Vol. 31, Supplement 1: 1 102, 1982.
Graham, B. J., The Extramural Programs of the Fogarty International Center. The Physiologist, 30(5): 249 ,1987. [PubMed]
Graham, B.J., Research and Career Development Opportunities for Meeting the Challenges Presented by the Human Genome Project. SIGBIO Newsletter, 19(3): 17-23, 1999.
Graham, B., Battey, J., and Jordan, E., Report of Second Follow-Up Workshop on Priority Setting for Mouse Genomics. Mammalian Genome, (12): 1-2, 2001. [PubMed]
Last updated: September 28, 2018