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Research Assistant

Taylor has joined Dr Licina’s team in 2017 to further his clinical research in the field of spine. She will graduate this year with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science, majoring in Cell and Molecular Biology for Queensland University of Technology.

Her previous experience at the Mater Research Institute where she investigated the cause of and future prevention of chemo-resistance in endometrial cancer, and laboratory work with patients as part of early stage pharmaceutical clinical trials, highlight her suitability for this position with Dr Licina.  Taylor is excited to apply her research skills in a patient-based setting.

Taylor possesses a passion for changing the face of medicine.  She has a long-term goal of improving the lives of patients and advancing treatment options through research, public health education, and fundraising.  She also plans to continue her education by completing a Master of Public Health and eventually studying Medicine.

As part of the SpinePlus team, Taylor works closely with administrative staff and patients to facilitate efficient appointment schedules and well-run clinics.  She is an exciting addition to the SpinePlus team; bringing fresh ideas and new skills.