Dick Taylor is President of TCA. He is a recognized expert in diagnostics and pharmaceuticals and has published more than 200 technical and business papers, books and patents in biotechnology. He has been an expert witness in civil cases involving biotechnology and chemistry in both the U.S. and the U.K. Prior to founding TCA in 1997, he spent 20 years as a Senior Consultant and Manager at the international consulting firm, Arthur D. Little, Inc. He has also written extensively in the areas of diagnostics, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology for Decision Resources, Inc. Dick was an Adjunct Professor in the Departments of Chemistry and Anumal Health & Nutrition at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, teaching graduate courses in Molecular Diagnostics and Applied Biotechnology from 2000-2005; and is currently an Adjunct Professor teaching a graduate course in Molecular Diagnostics at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He recently completed a two year employment contract with the Tecan Group, first as a Senior Scientist working on new applications for LabCD, a centifugal microfluidics diagnostic platform; then as Director of LabCD Programs. Contact Dick Taylor now...
Nancy S. Taylor, M.Sc.
Nancy Taylor is Vice President of TCA. She is also Director of Research and Director of the Diagnostic Laboratories in the Department of Comparative Medicine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Nancy is an internationally recognized expert in infectious diseases, specializing in mechanisms of infection. She has also developed new genomic methods for the engineering of drug intermediates. Nancy has published over 90 scientific articles on the characterization, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases.
Jason E. Taylor, BA
Jason Taylor is a Senior Associate and a Director of TCA. He is a graphic artist with a background in science. Prior to joining TCA, he carried out assignments for private companies and the City of Lowell, Massachusetts to plan and design advertising campaigns and artwork, set up websites, and designed new logos and webpages . He is fluent in all major computer graphics programs. Prior to receiving his degree in Graphic Arts, he worked with Nancy Taylor in the MIT Department of Comparative Medicine on the identification and genetics of Helicobacter pylori, an intestinal bacterium associated with gastric cancer. At TCA, Jason works with clients to plan and implement advertising and marketing strategy including websites, multimedia presentations, media ads, and social media strategy.