Dr. Graham specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of infections and has special interests in hospital epidemiology, medical information technology and foreign travel medicine. He treats patients with general fevers and infections of lungs, heart valves, brain, bones, liver, kidneys or skin. Tuberculosis, hepatitis A, B, and C, AIDS, mononucleosis, tularemia and other specific infections are treated. For travelers to foreign countries, immunizations and advice about prevention and treatment of exotic diseases is offered. Dr. Graham is a clinical professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Dr. Graham has participated in studies of new antibiotics and other treatments of infection since 1984. Opportunities are available to participate in these clinical trials of new medications.
Dr. Graham has completed a two-year post-doctoral on-the-job training program in epidemiology at the Centers for Disease Control, Ga.