Education:

University of Texas at Austin: Biochemistry, B.S.A.

About:

Kinsey currently serves as a Clinical Trial Assistant at Proxima Clinical Research, a contract research organization that serves the emerging drug and medical device industries.

Kinsey has experience in clinical research and drug discovery. Prior to joining Proxima, she worked first as a Research Assistant at the Warren Center for Neuroscience Drug Discovery. There, she participated in research on cellular muscarinic receptors with the hopes of developing a treatment for Parkinsonian tremor. Following this, she worked for ICON CRO as a Clinical Trial Assistant. While at ICON Kinsey participated in several oncology studies as a clinical trial assistant.

Kinsey has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Biochemistry. Her goal is to bring her love and understanding of science to the workforce in a way that can benefit the world and help bring health and wellness to the populace.

Positions and Honors:

Proxima Clinical Research, Inc., Houston, Texas
Sr. Clinical Trial Assistant

ICON Clinical Research, Brentwood, Tennessee
Clinical Trial Assistant

Vanderbilt University—the Warren Center for Neuroscience Drug Discovery, Nashville, Tennessee
Research Assistant

Contributions to Science:

Ms. Taylor has played an important role in the following research:

  1. Research of muscarinic cellular receptors related to treating Parkinsonian tremor
  2. Trial to Compare the Safety, Efficacy and Immunogenicity of TX05 With Herceptin® in HER2+ Early Breast Cancer
  3. Extension Study to Provide Adjuvant Treatment Following Neoadjuvant Treatment and Surgical Resection in Protocol TX05-03
  4. Efficacy and Safety Study of Leukocyte Interleukin,Injection (LI) to Treat Cancer of the Oral Cavity

Ms. Taylor has played an important role in the development of the following medical products:

  1. Drug for Endometriosis
Additional Information:

First authorship on the following paper: Sub-type selective muscarinic acetylcholine receptor modulation for the treatment of Parkinsonian tremor.

OriginallY From:
Dallas, TX
Fun Fact:
Kinsey likes to rock climb.
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