Wolfram Grajetzki studied Egyptology, prehistory and classical archaeology at the Freie Universität Berlin, and received his PhD at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. He was an employee of the DASS (Datenbank für ägyptische Särge und Sarkophage – Database for Egyptian coffins and sarcophagi in Berlin) and was a member of excavations in Egypt, Saqqara (Joint Hannover-Berlin Mission in Saqqara) and Pakistan, Baluchistan (German Joint Archaeological Mission- Pakistani in Kalat). He was principal creator of archaeological and Egyptological content for the online project, Digital Egypt for Universities at CASA (Center of Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London). He has been a guest lecturer (also Senior Honorary Research Associate) at University College London since 2015. His main fields of research are burial practices and the social history of the Middle Bronze Age in Egypt.