Dr. Gramatges completed her pediatric hematology and oncology training in 2009, and obtained her PhD in Clinical Investigation in 2015. She is a physician scientist at Baylor College of Medicine, where she co-directs the Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers Long Term Survivor Program. Her NIH-funded laboratory explores the role of genetic risk and associated biological factors in acute and late onset cancer therapy-related toxicities. She is a member of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG) Outcomes/Late Effects Committee and the National Childhood Cancer Cohort Working Group for the NIH Childhood Cancer Data Initiative. She is also a Working Group Leader for both the COG Long Term Follow Up Guidelines and the International Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Guidelines Harmonization Group. Dr. Gramatges is a member of the Passport for Care leadership team, and serves as the COG Passport for Care liaison.