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Graham Booth

Public Health Analyst


BS, Public Health, UNC Chapel Hill


Graham Booth (he/him) is a research assistant and coordinator with the RTI-UNC Evidence Based Practice Center. He has three years of experience supporting and coordinating systematic reviews on a variety of clinical and public health topics. Graham has supported reviews for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), and the Drug Effectiveness Review Program (DERP). His expertise lies in evidence synthesis projects, including rapid reviews, scoping reviews, meta-analyses, and environmental scans. In addition to his evidence synthesis work, Graham has experience using qualitative research methods to evaluate public health programs and guide research priorities.  

Graham is also passionate about LGBTQIA+ equity and research. He currently serves as a co-chair of the RTI Global Gender Center’s LGBTQIA+ Rising group. In this role, he supports both internal and external initiatives to advance LGBTQIA+ equity. He is currently developing an internal training about maintaining LGBTQIA+ equity in client-centric work. Graham also supports the adoption of best practices in LGBTQIA+ equity across RTI and the broader research community, including co-authoring an external blog post on intersex inclusivity in research. His research interests center around ensuring queer-identifying folks have access to affirming care and eliminating the gap in public health data on sexual orientation, gender identity, and intersex (SOGII).

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