John Graham joined CATF as a senior scientist in January 2010. He serves as a technical specialist on fate and transport of air pollution, including fine particulate matter, ozone, and air toxics.
Prior to joining CATF, John was a project manager at NESCAUM where he co-authored two papers that analyzed the primary fine particle National Ambient Air Quality Standard published in the Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association and Environmental Health Perspectives. Other notable reports include an Assessment of Carbonaceous PM2.5 for New York State and the Region and Modeling Mercury in the Northeast United States. John previously worked for the US Coast Guard and Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, where he focused on understanding source – receptor relationships of environmental pollution. John holds a PhD in Atmospheric Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an A.B. in Chemistry from Harvard University.