Taylor Matte, M.S.

Graduate Education: University of Massachusetts Lowell
Undergraduate Education: University of Massachusetts Lowell
Major: Biology, Bioinformatics
Hometown: Dracut, MA

Taylor joined the lab in February of 2017 after receiving his master’s degree from UMass Lowell, where he studied spiders. His bestie Richard (see above) convinced him that stem cell biology would be a logical next step for him. He is currently working on single cell sequencing experiments and analysis in conjunction with other members of the CReM. In his spare time, Taylor can be seen drinking IPAs and listening to sad, sad music.

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Richard presents his work at the International Symposium on Amyloidosis in Kumamoto, Japan

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Murphy lab publishes an improved protocol for generating HSPCs from iPSCs in Stem Cells

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Richard is awarded a Junior Researcher Travel Award for the XVIth International Symposium on Amyloidosis in Kumamoto, Japan

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Kim is awarded an ASH Abstract Achievement Award for her work submitted to the 2017 ASH Meeting

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Congratulations to Spoorthi who begins her medical school training at BU’s 2017 white coat ceremony!

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Boston Magazine features the CReM and the Murphy lab

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Murphy Lab and the CReM Featured on CBS Boston with Dr. Mallika Marshall: Brewing Blood

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Richard’s poster wins first prize at the 2017 BU-CTSI Annual Translational Research Symposium!

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Drs. Murphy, Mostoslavsky and Steinberg create the world’s largest sickle cell disease-specific iPSC library

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Dr. Murphy awarded Scholar Award from the National Blood Foundation

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