[en] Graphene is an ideal platform to study the coherence of quantum interference pathways by tuning doping or laser excitation energy. The latter produces a Raman excitation profile that provides direct insight into the lifetimes of intermediate electronic excitations and, therefore, on quantum interference, which has so far remained elusive. Here, we control the Raman scattering pathways by tuning the laser excitation energy in graphene doped up to 1.05 eV. The Raman excitation profile of the G mode indicates its position and full width at half-maximum are linearly dependent on doping. Doping-enhanced electron–electron interactions dominate the lifetimes of Raman scattering pathways and reduce Raman interference. This will provide guidance for engineering quantum pathways for doped graphene, nanotubes, and topological insulators.