Dr. Jennifer E. Graham-Engeland
Dr. Jennifer Graham-Engeland is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biobehavioral Health. She joined the Biobehavioral Health faculty in 2006. Her Ph.D. is in Social and Health Psychology, which she completed at Stony Brook University in 2003, and she completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Psychoneuroimmunology at The Ohio State University. Dr. Graham-Engeland is a principal investigator (multiple) on a 5-year project titled “Inflammatory Mediators of Stress and Cognitive Aging,” funded by the National Institutes of Health (via the National Institute on Aging). She also has a number of other active research projects focused on stress/mood/and pain connections and novel methodological approaches. Dr. Graham-Engeland's original research in these areas is published in biomedical and psychological journals. She has also contributed several important reviews of work in her field. Dr. Graham-Engeland has been invited to present her work at different forums worldwide, and has chaired several symposiums at international conferences, such as the American Psychosomatic Society and the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society. She also serves as a reviewer for a number of journals related to biobehavioral medicine. Importantly, Dr. Graham-Engeland is a dedicated instructor as well; she teaches multiple courses, including Gender and Health, and Integrative Integration in Biobehavioral Health.