Taylor Nelles-McGee completed a Master’s in the Neuroscience Graduate Program at McMaster University under the supervision of Dr. Gonzalez. She holds an Hons BSc in Psychology from York University, a BMus in classical performance violin from The Glenn Gould School at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, and a certificate in Contemplative End of Life Care from the Institute of Traditional Medicine.
Her research interests include biological embedding of child maltreatment and associated resiliency-related factors, intergenerational effects of adversity, social determinants of health and equity-driven interventions, and childhood grief and bereavement. She is currently studying medicine at Queen’s University. Outside of research and medicine, Taylor continues to work as a professional violinist.