Jack Taylor

Research Study Coordinator
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Fields of Interest: 

Jack Taylor is an Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator in the Boxer Lab of the Memory and Aging Center, focused on piloting and implementing smartphone-based cognitive assessments into ALLFTD (the ARTFL-LEFFTDS Longitudinal Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration multisite research consortium). Graduating from UC Davis in 2015 with a degree in biochemistry and molecular biology, Jack joined UCSF the following summer and has contributed to projects in the Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease, Hear/Say, and the Institute on Aging. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in Clinical Research to augment his efforts with the Memory and Aging Center. 

Publications: 

A non-hallucinogenic psychedelic analogue with therapeutic potential.

Nature

Cameron LP, Tombari RJ, Lu J, Pell AJ, Hurley ZQ, Ehinger Y, Vargas MV, McCarroll MN, Taylor JC, Myers-Turnbull D, Liu T, Yaghoobi B, Laskowski LJ, Anderson EI, Zhang G, Viswanathan J, Brown BM, Tjia M, Dunlap LE, Rabow ZT, Fiehn O, Wulff H, McCorvy JD, Lein PJ, Kokel D, Ron D, Peters J, Zuo Y, Olson DE

Identification of Psychoplastogenic N,N-Dimethylaminoisotryptamine (isoDMT) Analogues through Structure-Activity Relationship Studies.

Journal of medicinal chemistry

Dunlap LE, Azinfar A, Ly C, Cameron LP, Viswanathan J, Tombari RJ, Myers-Turnbull D, Taylor JC, Grodzki AC, Lein PJ, Kokel D, Olson DE