Dr. Douglas A. Granger is a psychoneuroendocrinology researcher who is well known for his development of methods related to saliva collection and analysis and the theoretical and statistical integration of salivary measures into developmental research
With over 200 publications Dr Granger has received in excess of 6,000 citations and 20,000 publication views
At Arizona State University, he is a Foundation Professor in the Department of Psychology. He also holds an Adjunct Faculty position at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, School of Medicine, and Bloomberg School of Public Health. His studies have been instrumental in the conceptualization and analysis of biosocial relationships involving child well-being, parent-child and family relationships, as well as how these biosocial links moderate and mediate the effects of early adversity and stress on children’s adjustment. Dr. Granger is a leading expert engaged in work focused on the discovery, measurement, and application of analytes (hormones, antibodies, chemicals, DNA) in saliva.
He has published more than 200 studies and is also a faculty scholar-entrepreneur. Early in his career, Dr. Granger transferred technology, founded and served as President of Salimetrics LLC*, a salivary laboratory and product development company. At Arizona State University, he has created and is the Director of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Salivary Bioscience Research (IISBR), which facilitates the integration of salivary analytes into prevention science, nursing, public health, and medicine.
*In the interest of full disclosure, Dr. Granger is founder and Chief Scientific and Strategy Advisor of Salimetrics LLC (State College, PA), and this relationship is managed by the policies of Arizona State University.
"The systematic integration of salivary analytes into research and diagnostics has the potential to make an important difference in people's lives."
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