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                                 CURRICULUM VITA
                Lloyd Adam “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. (September 20...
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Education

1996: B.A. College Scholar with emphasis in Psychology and Life
      Science, University of Tennes...
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Predoctoral Intern (2001-2002), Medical University of South Carolina,
Departments of Psychiatry and Development...
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Outstanding Clinician Award (2001-2002) Medical University of South
Carolina Psychology Internship Training Pr...
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Taylor, L. ,Simpson, K., Bushardt, R., Reeves, C., Elkin, D.,
      Fortson, B., Boll, T., & Patel, S. (2006) I...
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Wallander, J.L., & Taylor, L. , (1998). Adjustment in mothers of
      children with chronic physical condition...
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      Cloues, B. (2004). Predictors of Social Anxiety in Sickle Cell
      Disease. Child Health Conference, Ch...
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Improving chronic disease health status and utilization: A multi-site
investigation (P.I., Jan L. Wallander, P...
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Clinical supervisor for Tomika Stevens, MA (2003-2004). Medical
University of South Carolina Clinical Psycholog...
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  1. 1. Taylor 1 CURRICULUM VITA Lloyd Adam “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. (September 2006) Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina (August 2006 – present). Previous Positions Assistant Professor, Departments of Clinical Services, Pediatrics, and Neurosurgery, College of Health Professions, Medical University of South Carolina (July 2004 - August 2006). Address Academic Office Department of Psychology The Citadel 171 Moultrie Avenue Charleston, South Carolina 29409 Other Contact Information Telephone: 843.953.2013 Email: chip.taylor@citadel.edu Areas of Specialization Randomized Clinical Trials (RCTs)/Clinical Research Pediatric Psychology Attention deficit disorders Health-related Aspects of School Performance Psychological Aspects of Pediatric Illness Pediatric Neuro-oncology Cognitive Late Effects associated with Pediatric Cancer Cystic Fibrosis Behavior Management Conduct Disorder Oppositional Defiant Disorder Parent Training Personal Data Birth date: August 10, 1973 Place of Birth: Radford, Virginia Marital Status: Married, Erica Taylor Children: Walker Adam Taylor (DOB 10-25-01) Charles David Taylor II (DOB 12-31-04) Kelly Grey Neyland Taylor (DOB 07-17-06) Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 1
  2. 2. Taylor 2 Education 1996: B.A. College Scholar with emphasis in Psychology and Life Science, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee Honors: Summa Cum Laude (top graduating senior, College of Arts and Sciences) Honors thesis: Immunization utilization patterns in a private pediatric practice Honors advisor: Jack Reese, Ph.D. Director of College Scholars Program 1999: M.A. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Program: Medical Clinical Psychology Master’s Thesis: Improving service utilization among geriatric primary care patients. Major Professor: Jan L. Wallander, Ph.D. 2002: Ph.D. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Program: Medical Clinical Psychology Dissertation: Improving health care status and utilization Major Professor: Jan L. Wallander, Ph.D. 2002-2003: Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina, Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Center for Health Care Research, Charleston, South Carolina. 2003-present: Research Fellow, National Institute of Health, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Licensure South Carolina License Clinical Psychology (#000870) Professional Experience (1997-present) Eligibility Coordinator (1997-1999), Department of Athletics, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama. Project Coordinator, Symptom management in older primary care patients. Lister Hill Center for Health Care Organization and Policy, Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Neuropsychology Assistant (1999-2000), Department of Medicine and Neurosurgery, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Project Coordinator, Improving chronic disease health status and utilization: A multi-site investigation. Agency for Health Care Research and Policy, Sparks Clinic and Children’s Hospital, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Adjunct Faculty (2000-2001) Department of Psychology, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama. Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 2
  3. 3. Taylor 3 Predoctoral Intern (2001-2002), Medical University of South Carolina, Departments of Psychiatry and Developmental Pediatrics, Charleston, South Carolina. Adjunct Faculty (2002-2003), Department of Psychology, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina. Postdoctoral Fellow (2002-2003) Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (2003-present) Department of Pediatrics, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. Director of Clinical Psychology Services (2003-2004) Vince Moseley Child Development and Evaluation Center, Department of Pediatrics, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. Treasurer (2003-2005). South Carolina Psychological Association (SCPA). Chairperson (2003-2005) Personal and Finance Committee, South Carolina Psychological Association (SCPA). Co-Chairperson (2003-present) Committee on Continuing Education, South Carolina Psychology Association (SCPA). President-Elect (2006-present). South Carolina Psychological Association (SCPA). Academic Honors and Awards Whittle Scholar (1992-1996), The University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville Tennessee (100% Academic Scholarship) College Scholar (1993-1996), The University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee Gamma Beta Phi National Honors and Service Society (1993) Golden Key National Junior Honors Society (1995) Phi Beta Kappa National Honors Society (1995) Psi Chi National Honors Society (1995) Top Graduate, Spring Commencement (1996), College of Liberal Arts and Social Science Division, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee. (G.P.A.=4.0) Deputy Student Representative to the Society of Pediatric Psychology (2001-2003), Division 54 of the American Psychological Association. Student Representative to the Psychology Educational Committee (2001-2002), Medical University of South Carolina Psychology Internship Training Program. Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 3
  4. 4. Taylor 4 Outstanding Clinician Award (2001-2002) Medical University of South Carolina Psychology Internship Training Program. Professional Organizations Member, American Psychological Association Member, Society of Pediatric Psychology Member, South Carolina Psychological Association Peer Reviewed Publications (1999-2005)*Student Mentored Paper Taylor, L. , Klapow, J., Wallander, J., & Pennebaker, J. (1999). Integration of a laboratory based, self-disclosure intervention into the geriatric primary care setting: A feasibility study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 21, S137 Klapow, J., Schmidt, S., Taylor, L. , Roller, P., Li, Q., Calhoun, J., Wallander, J., & Pennebaker, J. Integration of a laboratory based, self-disclosure protocol into the geriatric primary setting: A feasibility study. Annals of Internal Medicine, 134, 905-911. Taylor, L. , Wallander, J., Anderson, D., Brown, R., & Beasley, P. (2001). Improving chronic disease health status and utilization in patients with Cystic Fibrosis. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 10, (1), 9-16. Fuemueller, B., Taylor, L. , Brown, R., et. al., (2001). Tobacco use, smoking, and peer influence among African American youth. Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 9, (4): 323-330. Fuemmeler B.F., Metz, A, Taylor, L. , &Brown, R.T., (2002). Disseminating an evidence-based tobacco prevention program among African American youth. Supplement of the Society for Behavioral Medicine, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, S24. Flume PA, Taylor L., Anderson DL, Gray S, & Turner D (2003). Transition Programs in Cystic Fibrosis Centers: Perceptions of Team Members. Pediatric Pulmonology, 36: 1-4. Connelly, M.A., Wagner, J.L., Taylor, L. , Brown, R.T., Rittle, C., Wall Cloues, B. (in press). Informant discrepancy in perceptions of sickle cell disease severity. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. Wagner, J.L., Connelly, M.A., Brown, R.T., Taylor, L. , Rittle, C., Cloues, B. (2004).Predictors of social anxiety in children and adolescents with sickle cell disease. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 11, 243-252. Blumenfeld, H. & Taylor, L. (2005). The Role of Serotonin Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors in the treatment of Fibromyalgia : A Guide for the Physician Assistant. The Internet Journal of Academic Physician Assistants. Volume 4 Number 2. * Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 4
  5. 5. Taylor 5 Taylor, L. ,Simpson, K., Bushardt, R., Reeves, C., Elkin, D., Fortson, B., Boll, T., & Patel, S. (2006) Insurance barriers among childhood survivors of pediatric brain tumors: The case for neurocognitive evaluations. Journal of Pediatric Neurosurgery. Volume 42:223-227. Watrobski, E., Bushardt., R., Taylor, L. , & Summer, A., (2006). The spread of MRSA. Advance for Physician Assistants. Volume 14 (9/10).* Compton K, Taylor L., Bushardt RL. (In press) Differentiating juvenile bipolar disease and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and instituting appropriate treatment in pediatric patients. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. * Popular Press Articles Taylor, L. (2005). Children with cancer require long-term follow-ups. USA Today, May 6, 2005, pg 12. Book Chapters Anderson, D., Fuemueller, B., & Taylor, L. (2003). Career and Research Opportunities. Handbook of Pediatric Psychology in School Settings, (Brown, R., Ed.) Brown, R. T. & Taylor, L. (2003). Stress processing. In T. Ollendick & C. Schroeder (Eds.), Encyclopedia of pediatric and clinical child psychology. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press. Taylor, L. , Reeves, C., Jeffords, E. and Boll, T.J. Intellectual Assessment. (In progress) Papers Under Review (* Denotes Student Mentored Paper) Taylor, L. , Brown, R., Reeves, C., Anderson, D., Wallander, J., Fuemmeler, B., & Campbell, S. Changes in linguistic text analysis as correlates of health outcome and adjustment in adolescents and young adults with cystic fibrosis. Blease, V., Taylor, L. , Bushardt, R., & DeRoma, V. Integration of physician assistants in sexual education programs for public schools.* Presentations/Posters Taylor, L. (1995). An Investigation of the Immunization Practices of a Small Town Private Provider Pediatric Group. University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee. Taylor, L. (1997). Family History of Hypertension. Virginia Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting, Roanoke, Virginia. Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 5
  6. 6. Taylor 6 Wallander, J.L., & Taylor, L. , (1998). Adjustment in mothers of children with chronic physical conditions: Evaluation of a risk and resilience model in 6 independent samples. Great Lakes Regional Conference on Child Health Psychology, Louisville, Kentucky. Taylor, L. , Klapow, J., Wallander, J., & Pennebaker, J. (1999). Feasibility of the writing paradigm in a geriatric primary care setting. Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, California. Taylor, L. , Wallander, J., & Stokes, B. (1999). Risk and resilience factors associated with quality of life in adolescents with a physical impairment: Directions for rehabilitation. Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology, Gainesville Taylor, L. , Klapow, J., Wallander, J., & Pennebaker, J. (1999). Written Disclosure: Feasibility of a laboratory-based intervention with older primary care patients. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Taylor, L. , Wallander, J.L., Anderson, D., & Brown, R. (2001). Improving health care utilization in patients with cystic fibrosis. 15th Annual North American Conference on Cystic Fibrosis, Orlando, Florida. Taylor, L. , Wallander, J.L., Anderson, D., & Brown, R. (2001). Improving health status and care utilization in young people with cystic fibrosis. Paper presented at the Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology, Gainesville, FL. Taylor, L. (2001). Improving health status and utilization in patients with cystic fibrosis. University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Taylor, L. , Wallander, J., Anderson, D., Beasley, P., & Brown, R. (2001). Written self-disclosure as a pediatric chronic disease health care intervention: Findings from a randomized controlled trial. Paper presented at the International Congress on Psychosomatic Medicine, Goteborg, Sweeden. Taylor, L. , Brown, R., Anderson, D., Wallander, J., Fuemmeler, B., & Campbell, S. (2002). Changes in linguistic text analysis as correlates of health outcome and adjustment in adolescents and young adults with cystic fibrosis. Great Lakes Regional Meeting on Child Health Psychology. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Taylor, L. (2003). Careers in Psychology: First hand experiences on becoming and being a research psychologist. South Carolina Psychological Association’s Academic Day. Columbia, South Carolina. Connelly, M., Wagner, J., Taylor, L. , Brown, R.T., Rittle, C., & Cloues, B. (2004). Informant Discrepancy in Perceptions of Sickle Cell Disease. Child Health Conference, Charleston, South Carolina. Wagner, J., Connelly, M., Taylor, L. , Brown, R.T., Rittle, C., & Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 6
  7. 7. Taylor 7 Cloues, B. (2004). Predictors of Social Anxiety in Sickle Cell Disease. Child Health Conference, Charleston, South Carolina. Taylor, L. (2004). Pediatric Psychologist in the Primary Care Pediatric Office. Grand Rounds Presentation (January 29, 2004). Roper St. Francis Medical Center, Charleston, South Carolina. Taylor, L. , Reeves, B., and Borntrager, C. (2006). Cognitive Late Effects and Pediatric Brain Tumors. Presented at the South Carolina Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting, April 19-22, 2006. Taylor, L. , Reeves, C., McCart, M., Jensen, S., Elkin, D., Brown, R., Boll, T., Simpson, K., Fortson, B., and Askins, D.G. (2006). Cognitive Late Effects and the Impact of Disease versus Treatment Among Pediatric Brain Tumor Patients: An emerging area of research in pediatric psychology. National Conference on Child Health Psychology, Gainesville, Florida. Taylor, L. (2006). Depression. The Citadel (CIT 101). Taylor, L. (2006). Assessment and Diagnosis of ADHD. South Carolina Association of Physician Assistants Annual Conference (October 8 12, 2006), Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Taylor, L. (2006). Application of the Changing Face of Psychology Interacting with other Health Care Professionals. Continuing education workshop for the South Carolina Psychological Association (Nov. 10, 2006), Charleston, South Carolina. Reeves, C. B., Gross, A. M., Palmer, S., Taylor, L. A., Simonian S. J., & Mulhlern, R. K. (September 2006). The impact of sluggish cognitive tempo on cognitive and behavioral functioning among pediatric survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Poster session presented at the Pyschosocial and Neurocognitive Consequences of Childhood Cancer: A Symposium in Tribute to Raymond Mulhern, Memphis, TN. Taylor, L. , Reeves, C., Bushardt, R.L., Elkin, D., Jensen, S., & Boll, T.J. (September 2006). Neurocognitive Deficits Among Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors Treated with Surgical Intervention Alone. Postersession presented at the Pyschosocial and Neurocognitive Consequences of Childhood Cancer: A Symposium in Tribute to Raymond Mulhern, Memphis, TN. Grant Awards Improving Health Status and Use in Older Primary Care Patients, (P.I., Joshua Klapow, Ph.D., Co-P.I., Lloyd Taylor, M.A.). Lister Hill Center for Health Care Organization and Policy (Grant Number 431537), The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Reducing Service Utilization in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis (P.I., Jan L. Wallander, Ph.D., Co-P.I., Lloyd Taylor, M.A.). Cystic Fibrosis Center at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 7
  8. 8. Taylor 8 Improving chronic disease health status and utilization: A multi-site investigation (P.I., Jan L. Wallander, Ph.D., Co-P.I., Lloyd Taylor, M.A.) National Institutes of Health, Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, $71,727. (Grant Number R03HS-10812-01). Cognitive Changes Among Pediatric Brain Tumor Patients, (P.I., Lloyd Taylor, Ph.D.). National Institute of Health, F-32 Postdoctoral Fellowship Award. (Grant Number F32 NS046944) National Institute of Health, Cancer Institute, Pediatric Loan Repayment Program Typed Text vs. Audio Text through voice recognition in on-line learning. (P.I., Lloyd Taylor, Ph.D., Co-P.I., Tony Chipas, CRNA) Medical University of South Carolina College of Health Professions Technology Innovation Grant 2006. Mentorship and Advising of Students Master’s Thesis Advisor for Holly Blumenfeld, PA-S. The Role of Serotonin Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors in the Treatment of Fibromyalgia: A Guide for the Physician Assistant. Master’s Thesis Advisor for Kara Compton, PA-S (2005). Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder vs. Bipolar Disorder: A Physician Assistants Guide to Diagnosis in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting. Master’s Thesis Advisor for Melodie Poplin, PA-S (2005). Childhood Obesity and the Impact of MC4 R Gene Mutations on Diagnosis, Prevalence, and Treatment. Master’s Thesis Advisor for Claire Price PA-S (2005). Health Care Service Demands and the Role of Physician Assistant: A Look into the Operating Room. Master’s Thesis Advisor for Devon Wiggins PA-S (2005). Down’s Syndrome Psychosocial and Clinical Aspects of Caring for the Pediatric Patient with Down Syndrome: A Guide for the Physician Assistant in Primary Care. Master’s Thesis Advisor for Laura Zuger, PA-S (2005). Alzheimer’s Disease: A Physician Assistant’s Guide to Prevention in the Primary Care Setting. Master’s Thesis Advisor for Tonya Humpheries, PA-S (2005). A Systematic Review of Pediatric Obesity in Pediatric Primary Care: Guidelines for Early Intervention Strategies for the Physician’s Assistant. Clinical Psychology Student Supervision/Postdoctoral Supervision Postdoctoral supervisor for Laura Arnstein, Ph.D., (2003-2004). Medical University of South Carolina Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology. Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 8
  9. 9. Taylor 9 Clinical supervisor for Tomika Stevens, MA (2003-2004). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Clinical supervisor for Mark Connelly, MA (2003-2004). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Postdoctoral supervisor for Janelle Wagner, Ph.D. (2004-2005). Medical University of South Carolina Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology. Clinical supervisor for Jeremy Holm, MA (2004-2005). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Clinical supervisor for Beverly Fortson, MA (2004-2005). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Clinical supervisor for Noelle Carlozzi, MA (2004-2005). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Postdoctoral supervision for Cara Reeves, Ph.D. (2005-present). Medical University of South Carolina Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology. Clinical supervisor for Michael McCart, MA (2005-present). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Clinical supervisor of John Hustad, MA (2005-2006). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Clinical supervisor of Cameo Borntrager, MA (2005-2006). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Clinical supervisor of Marty Stracham (2006-2007). Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. University Service Member, Conflict of Interest Committee, Medical University of South Carolina (2004-2006). Member, Search Committee, Department of Anasthesia for Nurses, Medical University of South Carolina (2004). Member, Search Committee for the position of Dean, College of Health Professions, Medical University of South Carolina (2005-2006). Member, Dean’s Research Council, College of Health Professions, Medical University of South Carolina (2005-2006). Member, Tenure and Promotions Committee, College of Health Professions, Medical University of South Carolina (2005-2006). Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Department of Psychology, The Citadel (2006-present). Lloyd A. “Chip” Taylor, Ph.D. Page 9
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