Professor Bruce Taylor is a clinician-scientist who leads a large and diverse research group, undertaking internationally significant research in the field of neuroscience. He is also a senior consultant neurologist with a special interest in multiple sclerosis (MS).
Professor Taylor’s research focuses on the personal, environmental and genetic factors associated with the onset and progression of MS. This work has resulted in significant breakthroughs in our understanding of the aetiology of MS and the factors associated with the highly variable progression of MS. Through his work, Professor Taylor has made significant contributions into the understanding of the role of the environment in MS onset and progression.