Benjamin Taylor

Associate Principal Scientist, Discovery Biology
Benjamin Taylor is an Associate Principal Scientist in the Cell Biology team in Cambridge. He is part of the Precise genome editing team in Discovery Biology and contributes to innovation in the CRISPR field. He designs strategies for the generation and analysis of cellular models for target validation in a variety of cell types. Benjamin is an expert in cellular engineering and transcriptomic and next-generation sequencing technologies. He obtained a PhD in molecular biology at the Clinical Sciences Centre in London where he characterised epigenetic regulation of immunoglobulin gene rearrangements during early B cell differentiation. He subsequently joined the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge as a Career Development Fellow, where he studied the mechanism of APOBEC driven genomic mutations in cancer.


November 7 2019, 14:20
 - 14:50
High Throughput Multiplexed Spatial Transcriptomics Assay For Target Identification And Validation Studies

Live Webinar

Higher Quality Nucleic Acid Extraction from FFPE Tissue & Other Challenging Samples Using the Ionicâ„¢ Purification System

hosted by Klint Rose, Chief Scientific Officer, Purigen Biosystems

Wednesday 27th May
16:00 BST