Peter Grayson received his undergraduate degree from Brown University and his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. He completed medical residency training at Boston University Medical Center, served as a chief resident in internal medicine, and completed a four-year adult rheumatology fellowship that focused on vasculitis from both clinical and research perspectives. He holds a Masters in Epidemiology from Boston University and was an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Boston University prior to joining NIAMS in 2013 as a Lawrence Shulman Scholar in Translational Medicine. His research interests include clinical and translational research in vasculitis with a focus on biomarker discovery, gene expression profiling, clinical trials, and disease classification.

Last Updated: March 2019