Sarah Taylor, MD, MSCR
Dr. Sarah Taylor is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Yale School of Medicine. She directs Yale Neonatal Clinical Research and leads the Yale Neonatal Nourish team which specializes in health outcomes research related to maternal and infant nutrition. In addition to her research, Sarah is an advocate for mother and infant nutrition including equitable access to donor human milk. In 2013, Sarah led the South Carolina Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Collaborative’s initiative to provide donor human milk as an available supplement to mother’s milk for all hospitalized, very low birth weight infants in the state. To achieve this goal, Sarah established the Mother’s Milk Bank of South Carolina in 2015. Sarah now serves on the Medical Advisory Board for Mother’s Milk Bank Northeast.