Todd Griffin, MS, MSPH

Senior Associate Scientist

Todd Griffin is the Senior Associate Scientist for the Statistics & Evaluation Center (SEC) within the American Cancer Society. His primary responsibilities include analyzing and managing large complex data files for Geospatial Research and evaluation.  He also provides support to the SEC Strategic Directors by building databases and linking data files to be used for program evaluation and assisting research projects. Griffin serves as a member of the SEC’s Geographic Information System (GIS) team, which actively explores how to use spatial analysis to better understand areas of cancer incidence, cancer mortality, and related environmental factors that may impact cancer treatment therapies.

Before joining the American Cancer Society, Griffin spent over 15 years providing support for survey research, statistical analysis, and database management for various government and public health research programs. He is a current member of the Technology Association of Georgia, American Statistical Association, South Central Arc User’s Group, and happily supports the Relay For Life campaign.

Griffin has a Master’s of Science in Healthcare Management from the University of New Orleans and Masters of Science of Public Health from the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with a Biostatistics / Database Management concentration. He has an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from Kennesaw State University.