Graham has been with Amgen since 2009, when he joined as a post-doc. His background is in lasers, applied optics and microscopy. Graham is part of an engineering team that develops new technologies for manufacturing. His primary focus has been on developing robotic camera-based inspection machines that ensure product quality. Over the past few years, Graham has also been working on adapting modern AI and deep learning techniques to improve the efficacy and versatility of Amgen production systems.
Patent Application Highlights
Since 2014, Graham has filed twenty-one patents for Amgen, with twelve granted so far by the USPTO.
- Imaging system for counting and sizing particles in fluid-filled vessels, US10962756 (2021)
- Methods and apparati for nondestructive detection of undissolved particles in a fluid, US15881163 (2020)
- Image processing techniques for plunger depth measurement, US9881367 (2018)
- Video trigger synchronization for improved particle detection in a vessel, US9704239 (2017)
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Amgen, Thousand Oaks, CA
Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Ph.D., Applied Optics, University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK
Academic Exchange Program, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
MPhys, Physics, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK