Dr. Meghan Meadows-Taylor

Program Coordinator: Oncology Palliative Care and Quality of Life

Dr. Meghan Meadows-Taylor is an accomplished researcher with a diverse background in academia and healthcare. She received her MPH (with a combined concentration in Epidemiology and Biostatistics) and PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Memphis. Her research primarily focuses on models of care, quality of life for cancer patients and their families, and quality improvement initiatives. As a proud Memphis native and an active member of the Junior League of Memphis, Dr. Meadows-Taylor is deeply committed to serving her local community. She has successfully managed a large portfolio of grants and funding initiatives for the University of Memphis School of Public Health to address global and local public health challenges. Notably, she was honored as one of the Memphis Flyer’s 20 Under 30 for 2023, recognizing her outstanding achievements. With authorship on over 20 research publications and presentations, Dr. Meadows-Taylor's work continues to contribute to advancing understanding of cancer and improving patient outcomes in her current role.

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