Surgical Education Course Sponsorships

The surgical training course curriculum is designed to provide a cadaver training workshop between the residents and faculty of the SFORP and industry representatives from the sponsoring company.

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The Premier Biomechanics Lab in Northern California

San Francisco Medicine Magazine has labeled The Taylor Collaboration as Northern California’s premier biomechanics lab!

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Our Workshop Laboratory

The focus of The Taylor Collaboration is principally in Orthopaedics and the laboratory specializes in mechanical testing of medical devices, with a particular emphasis on orthopaedic implants.

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Innovation and Publications

We are constantly researching new topics and publishing and presenting our work around the country and abroad. Learn more about our capabilities.

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World Class Team

The Taylor Collaboration team is a consortium of professional educators, clinicians and researchers.

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Monthly Research Rotation Internship

Start this school year off with an internship at The Taylor Collaboration. This internship allows for those seeking an advanced degree in a bio-related major and also Mechanical Engineering to get a hands on experience with a biomedical lab for a period of one month. To learn more and apply visit!

SFORP Resident Course

Yesterday the Taylor Collaboration hosted a Synthes AO Course, a bioskill course that is offered to the San Francisco Orthopedic Research Program residents every year.  This year they chose to have it here at the Taylor Collaboration. We had three stations for them, complete with sawbones, drills, and c-clamps.

Last Day: REDDI Program!

Today marks the last day for our 2014 REDDI Interns. They have been so wonderful, and have accomplished so much this summer for the Taylor Collaboration. Thank You!

Journal Club

The Taylor Collaboration had it’s last Journal Club with our 2014 REDDI Interns this past Friday. It was organized by intern Ryan Larsen, and the focus was the State of the Art Soft Tissue Anchors.

REDDI Interns: Get to the Know Them!

Robin Parrish grew up in Carlsbad, CA, but she has lived in the bay area for the past 4 years while attending the University of California Berkeley. She just graduated this May after studying Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering. Her research focuses were orthopedics, orthopedic devices, and medical imaging. Several people from Robins lab in Berkeley have been involved with the Taylor Collaboration, and she was excited to hear about the REDDI Program to put her mechanical, medical, and biological experiences together to complete medically-oriented testing and design projects. Believe it or not, Robin actually does have a life outside of breaking bones–she loves camping, hiking, biking, cooking, and reading. Below is a picture of Robin when she just starting to figure out engineering.

Robin Parrish


Customer Visit

The Taylor Collaboration had a productive visit from customer Spine Simplicity yesterday.

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