Senior Lecturer in Anatomy
Dr Taylor's specialities are related to the form and function of the human body in health and disease. He has a wealth of experience of teaching anatomy in medicine and allied medical curricular. This usually entails a vast understanding of all aspects of the human body and what this means for normal and abnormal (pathology/disease) function. He also has extensive knowledge and experience in translating scientific content for presentation and engagement with children, the general public and patients.
His other research expertise is in cartilage and bone turnover and function in health and disease. He is a world expert on the rare genetic disease Alkaptonuria (black bone disease) and understanding how rare diseases have helped us to understand and treat common diseases.