I am using mathematical modeling to examine disease progression in Renal Cell Carcinoma, the most deadly form of kidney cancer. I hope to be able to use my theoretical model to suggest real-world treatments.
I have always been fascinated by cancer, so to be able to have an entire, funded summer in which to conduct my research is amazing.
Hometown: Sutherlin, VA
Majors: Neuroscience with a Biochemistry minor
Future Plans: I want to go to medical school.
Campus Activities: Organic Chemistry II teaching assistant, Co-President of Kids Interested in Technology, Engineering, and Science (we do science experiments with kids!), Vice President of Communication for Unite for Sight, Peer Adviser, Mortar Board Service Chair.
Hobbies: I really love baking!
Fun Fact: I live on a cattle farm and I have never been on an airplane.
Follow Taylor’s research on the W&M Honors Fellowships blog!