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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Site Visit

The Taylor Collaboration has a visit today from KnoBox this afternoon. A representative from KnoBox is coming to  discuss Taylor’s design control process. We are looking forward to it!

Today’s Project

This is what The Taylor Collaboration is up to today– we are testing out new implants aimed to alleviate knee osteoarthritis on our Instron test frame in our biomechanics lab. Visit our services page to learn more about the equipment within our lab!

Surgical Training Course

The Taylor Collaboration had an excellent Surgical Training Course this morning. The San Francisco orthopaedic residency program was holding a surgical training course on acetabular cup positioning, taught by Dr. William McGann, in the Taylor’s lab.

Taylor visits Yosemite

The Taylor Collaboration gang took a weekend trip to Yosemite National Park. It was lots of fun– hiking, camping, and playing games around the campfire! Here’s a picture from the trip.


Monthly Research Rotation Internship

We had an excellent Journal Club on Meniscus Repair yesterday. This is something that you plan out and lead during the Monthly Research rotation. Yesterday was the last day for our most current MRRI intern, Amara Kelikian. She was wonderful to have in our Lab and we will definitely miss her. To check out other things that MRRI iterns learn and do during their month with us visit Monthly Research Rotation Internship page.

Amara Last Day

Customer Visit: SI Bone

The Taylor Collaboration customer, SI Bone is visiting us today!

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