Dr. Taylor is trained as a chemist with basic science, biomedical materials and translational medicine research interests, giving her a collaborative and multidisciplinary background. Dr. Taylor simultaneously worked on her Master's degree course work at North Carolina A&T State University while acting as a Scholar in Residence at Rohm and Haas Company in Norristown, PA. She then went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to conduct her doctoral research in polymer physical chemistry. Upon completion of her doctoral degree, Dr. Taylor worked as a postdoctoral fellow at UNC-Chapel Hill on the design and characterization of polymer materials for novel applications. Dr. Taylor joined the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) faculty as an assistant professor in Chemistry in 2005. In addition to appointment at NCCU, Dr. Taylor is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Duke University. Dr. Taylor is investigating the efficacy of various materials for potential applications in technologies that range from solar cells to drug delivery vehicles.
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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill · 1998 Ph.D.