Dr. Graff received his PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health and his MS in Community Medicine from Wayne State University School of Medicine. He has over 25 years of experience in conducting epidemiologic studies of cancer causes, control, and outcomes, with most of his research focusing on quality of care in newly diagnosed cancer patients and treatment outcomes well into their survivorship period. He served as a Principal and Co-Investigator at the State of New Jersey and Metropolitan Detroit NCI-funded SEER Registries, overseeing data collection, data access, data use, and population participation in numerous research studies. Dr. Graff joined Arbor Research Collaborative for Health in 2016, as the Scientific and Data Coordinating Centers (SDCC) Program Director. He currently serves as the Arbor Research Principal Investigator of the Pancreatic Cancer Early Detection (PRECEDE) Consortium, an observational longitudinal prospective cohort study, with serial biosample collection and acquisition of standardized clinical and imaging data in defined high-risk groups, at 35 cancer centers worldwide.