• Research Program Manager, CFAR TRS
Jordan Graff

Harborview Medical Center
2 West Clinic
325 Ninth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104


Jordan G. Graff is the Research Program Manager at the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Translational Research Subcore (TRS). CFAR TRS is in Harborview Medical Center’s 2 West Clinic where the Madison Clinic and AIDS Clinical Trials Unit are housed. He helps investigators by promoting translational HIV research using the HIV Specimen Repository, which contain plasma, serum and PBMC specimens linked to extensive clinical data. He also supports the screening and recruitment of HIV positive patients (or HIV negative controls) into clinical, laboratory and socio-behavioral studies through a dedicated research nurse. Core duties include program, team, and budget management as well as coordination of regulatory tasks through human subjects research applications and reports.

Jordan received his MPH from the University of Iowa with a departmental focus on Community and Behavioral Health and a BA in Global Health. His professional experience includes working with diverse populations, qualitative research, data analysis, health behavior, implementation analysis, and state level evaluation research. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, and astronomy.

  • MPH, University of Iowa
  • BA, University of Iowa
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