Taylor Wallen

Taylor Wallen , MD

Clinical Instructor

Resident in General Surgery

Medical Sciences Building
231 Albert Sabin Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0558
Phone 513-558-4206
Email taylor.wallen@uc.edu

Education

Medical Degree: Central Michigan University 2018

Bachelor's Degree: University of Michigan at Ann Arbor 2014 (Cellular and Molecular Biology)

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

McLean, Michelle M; Demijohn, Brad; Wallen, Taylor; Tilney, Peter V R An 11-Year-Old Who Suffered Multiple Traumatic Injuries Secondary to a House Explosion.Air medical journal, , 36 (4 ) ,151-155 More Information

Garcia, Anna E; Kasim, Nader; Tamboli, Robyn A; Gonzalez, Raul S; Antoun, Joseph; Eckert, Emily A; Marks-Shulman, Pamela A; Dunn, Julia; Wattacheril, Julia; Wallen, Taylor; Abumrad, Naji N; Flynn, Charles Robb (2015. ) Lipoprotein Profiles in Class III Obese Caucasian and African American Women with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.PloS one, , 10 (11 ) ,e0142676 More Information

Alejandro, Emilyn U; Gregg, Brigid; Wallen, Taylor; Kumusoglu, Doga; Meister, Daniel; Chen, Angela; Merrins, Matthew J; Satin, Leslie S; Liu, Ming; Arvan, Peter; Bernal-Mizrachi, Ernesto (2014. ) Maternal diet-induced microRNAs and mTOR underlie ? cell dysfunction in offspring.The Journal of clinical investigation, , 124 (10 ) ,4395-410 More Information

Presentations

Poster Presentations

Wallen T, Albaugh V, Abumrad N, Powers A, Dai C, Brissova M, Jacobson D, Vierra N, Flynn C (11-2015. ) Insulin sensitivity and B-cell function after bariatric surgery .AMA Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA. .

Wallen T, Albaugh V, Abumrad N, Powers A, Dai C, Brissova M, Jacobson D, Vierra N, Flynn C (08-2015. ) Insulin sensitivity and B-cell function after bariatric surgery .NIDDK Medical Student Research Symposium, Nashville, TN. .

Honors and Awards

05-2012 Varsity Rowing Big Ten Champion

05-2013 Recipient of Summer Research Fellowship, Endocrinology Society

04-2014 Completion of Honors Thesis: Effects of mTORC1 and mTORC2 on Neonatal Beta-cell Mass in Offspring of Protein Restricted Mice During Pregnancy

06-2015 Recipient of NIDDK Medical Student Research Program in Diabetes Grant

11-2015 Best Medical Student Poster for Improving Health Outcomes, AMA Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA

06-2016 Bernard F. and Melissa Anne Bailey Family Fund Scholarship Recipient

05-2017 Gold Humanism Honor Society Member

Contact Information

Academic - Medical Sciences Building
231 Albert Sabin Way
CincinnatiĀ  Ohio, 45267-0558
Phone: 513-558-4206
taylor.wallen@uc.edu