Taylor Southwick

Taylor Southwick is from Anacortes, Washington. He started his studies at BYU in the summer of 2005, and went for a year before going to Vladivostok, Russia to serve an LDS mission for two years. Taylor joined IDeA Labs in 2010, and his research interests include network reconstruction of bioregulatory networks, both theoretical and experimental. Previous research includes analysis of phylogenetic markers known as barcodes used to identify different species. He is married with a daughter. Taylor graduated with university honors in 2011 with a degree in bioinformatics and a minor in mathematics and began graduate school at Washington University in St. Louis Medical School as a Ph.D. candidate in Computational and Systems Biology in August 2011.