Position title: Ph.D. Candidate
Taylor’s research looks to improve our understanding of typical and atypical brain maturation through childhood and adolescence. He is particularly interested in how exposure to violence and other forms of early-life adversity alters typical neurodevelopment and how early-life adversity interacts with the neurobiological mechanisms of developmental timing (e.g. onset of puberty, duration of adolescence) and psychiatric risk. More broadly, his work aims to advance precision medicine in child psychiatry, using systems-level patterns of neurodevelopment to make individualized predictions for the diagnosis and treatment of psychopathology. His work makes extensive use of structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), network science, data science and machine learning.
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