MBA, MPH, Provisional PhD candidate


Taylor Major is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland, researching the Feasibility of the Decentralised Clinical Trial Model in Australia. Taylor has over a decade of experience in the medical research and life science fields, including single surgeon investigator-initiated trials, healthy volunteer phase I studies, and multisite and multicountry phase I to IV studies.
In addition to their studies, they work for ObvioHealth, an international CRO specialising in decentralised, and tech-enabled clinical trials. With experience in participant facing roles, supporting site management, and now within a CRO, Taylor's focus is working with partners, sponsors, and other CROs to reimagine their approach to clinical trials and how the use of digital tools and remote interactions can improve both stakeholder experience, and data quality.

Taylor holds a Master of Business Administration from University of Southern Queensland, and a Master of Public Health from Griffith University.