Taylor received his B.S. in Biology, focusing in molecular and cell biology, with a minor in Microbiology from Clemson University in the Spring of 2019. During his undergrad Taylor worked with designing therapeutic applications of CRISPR-Cas gene editing tools for metabolic liver disorders. Previously at VUMC, Taylor investigated T cell dysfunction and exhaustion within tumor microenvironments, particular within hepatocellular carcinomas. As a part of the Crowe lab, Taylor works towards assisting staff scientists with their current projects.