Maria Taylor, M.D.

Gyn/Breast Fellow, PGY-5

Medical School:
UC Davis

Personal Interests:
Traveling, spending time with family.

Reason for Choosing UC Davis:
Strong, supportive learning environment.

Clinical Interests

  • Breast and Gynecologic Pathology

Research Interests

  • Molecular Pathology

CV Highlights / Brief Biography

Children’s Health Fair, Pathology Residency Program’s Knowledge is Power project in participation with Pediatric Department, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, California, Project Co-founder.

  • Helped establish, organize and run an interactive pathology station at an educational public health event promoting health in youth.
  • Set up mobile microscopes with real slides and poster-sized images of organs and anatomy models.
  • Gave educational talks to children, community members and hospital staff about normal human tissue as it appears under the microscope.

Publications, Abstracts and/or Posters

Patrick Kirkland, MD, Nikhil Kansal, M.D., FACS, Maria Miranda Taylor, M.D., Zane Ashman, M.D.; "Hybrid Vascular Technique to Repair Carotid Artery Injury Following Central Line Placement in Setting of COVID-19 Infection: A Case Report", Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance California. Submitted to Annals of Vascular Surgery, May 2021

Kenechukwu Ojukwu M.D., M.P.P., Maria Miranda-Taylor MD, Truc Tran M.D., Ping Ji M.D.​, "Pathology Activity Booths at Health Fairs Serve a Role in Enhancing​ Health Literacy in Underserved Communities"​, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Department of Pathology, Torrance, California, U.S.A.​ Accepted for presentation at the Harbor UCLA Medical Center Resident Research Symposium 2021.

Tiffani Do, M.D.; Raisa Epistola, M.D.; Duong T. Hua, M.D.; Maria M. Taylor, M.D.; Rose Venegas, M.D.; Case Report “Diagnostic Delays in Metastatic Amelanotic Melanoma Presenting as Breast Pain”, Department of Internal Medicine, Department of Pathology, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, Calif, Accepted for publication by American Journal of Case Reports, May 2020