Graham recently Co-Founded and serves as CEO of Kyruus, producer of the Kyruus p3 platform that creates a unified view of the professional personas of physicians based on the "virtual footprints" that they leave across numerous information sources. These data drive powerful, multi-faceted analytics and proprietary algorithms that inform the matching, management, and measurement of physician interactions..
Graham was previously a Venture Executive at Highland Capital Partners, focusing on healthcare investments and specializing in medical devices and healthcare IT. Graham was actively involved in Highland's investments in Pervasis Therapeutics, iPerian, and RedBrick Health. While at Highland, Graham co-founded Generation Health and served as the company's Chief Medical Officer through the acquisition of a majority of the shares by CVS Caremark
Prior to his fellowship at Highland, Graham completed his training in internal medicine and cardiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, where he also served as chief medical resident. He is the author of several peer-reviewed articles and co-patented a medical device designed to provide hemodynamic support to patients with end-stage heart failure. In the past, Graham has served as a consultant to several pharmaceutical and medical device companies including Boston Scientific where he worked with the eMarketing Group to develop a corporate physician extranet.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Graham received his AB, with Honors, from Brown University, studying history and biology. He earned his MD, with Honors, from Brown Medical School and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Graham is a member of Class 12 and served his fellowship under mentor Bob Higgins at Highland Capital Partners.