Kim Graham is Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Pro Vice-Chancellor Research, Innovation and Enterprise at Cardiff University. In her Pro Vice-Chancellor role, she is responsible for Cardiff’s research and innovation activities, including leading preparations for REF and increasing the wider reach, commercialisation and broader economic impact of Cardiff’s research.
Professor Graham obtained her first degree from the University of Edinburgh, prior to moving to Cardiff University in 2007. She is based at the Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, where her research group applies structural and functional neuroimaging, including ultra-high field MRI, to study the neurocognitive networks affected in dementia. She is an author of the award-winning book, ‘The Evolution of Memory Systems’.
Professor Graham is currently a member of the Wales Science and Innovation Advisory Council and HEFCW Research Wales Committee.
Last updated: 7 April 2022