Taylor Walters is a Clinical Research Assistant working with the Endocrine Late Effects after Cancer Therapy (ELECT) program at the Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness (CPCE). Taylor is involved in a number of studies within the ELECT program including researching the process of bone accrual in thyroid cancer survivors and cases of diabetes in childhood cancer survivors. Prior to joining the CPCE, Taylor worked as a research assistant at the Rush University Medical Center. He was part of a team that investigated the predictive validity of standardized testing in biomedical PhD programs. Taylor received his B.A. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Oberlin College.
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