“If 2020 showed us anything it’s that whatever we think we are doing, we aren’t doing it well.”

Güneş Taylor is a Postdoctoral Training Fellow at the Francis Crick Institute, the London-based biomedical research centre. Her research predominantly focuses on the genetic formation of ovaries and testes. Taylor has debated the implications of genome editing in forums such as Fertility Fest, the Festival of Genomics, and Virtual Futures, and is fascinated by our cultural and ideological responses to our genetic makeup. She is committed to educating around her research, writing and speaking in multiple venues for both academic and non-academic audiences.

 “An incredible science communicator.” – Luke Robert Mason, Virtual Futures

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