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Curriculum Vitae
Miles Taylor
April 11, 2016

General Information
University address: Sociology
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Bellamy Building 0526
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2270
Phone: 850/644-5418

E-mail address: mtaylor3@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
2005 Doctor of Philosophy, Duke University. Major: Sociology.
2003 Graduate Certificate, Duke University. Major: Health Policy.
2002 Master of Arts, Duke University. Major: Sociology. Preliminary Examinations: Demography & Medical Sociology (with distinction).
1999 Bachelor of Arts, University of North Florida. Major: Sociology. Magna Cum Laude.

Nondegree Education and Training
2009 Short Course. Missing Data. Atlanta, GA.
2008 Short Course. Introduction to Bayesian Methods. Chapel Hill, NC.
2008 Short Course. Introduction to Multilevel Modeling. ICPSR Training Program. Chapel Hill, NC.
2007 Short Course. Using the National Long Term Care Survey: 1982-2004 Waves. ICPSR Training Program. Ann Arbor, MI.
2006 Short Course. Event History/Survival Analysis. Philadelphia, PA.
2004 Short Course. Latent Growth Curve Analysis. ICPSR Training Program. Chapel Hill, NC.
2001 Short Course. Mini Medical School for Social Scientists in Demography, Economics, and Epidemiology of Aging. RAND. Santa Monica, CA.

Professional Experience
2014–present Associate Professor, Sociology, Florida State University.
2010–present Research Associate, Center for Demography & Population Health, Florida State University.
2008–present Assistant Professor, Sociology, Florida State University.
2008–present Faculty Associate, Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, Florida State University.
2005–2008 Postdoctoral Scholar, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award, Sociology Graduate Student Union (2015).

University Graduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2015).

Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award, Sociology Graduate Student Union (2014).

University Graduate Teaching Award, Nominee, Florida State University (2013).

University Graduate Teaching Award, Nominee, Florida State University (2012).

Award for Best Poster, Population Association of America, "Pathways from Parental Education to Adult Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms" (2010).

Student Research Dissertation Award, Behavioral and Social Sciences Section of the Gerontological Society of America, "Reconstructing Disability Trajectories among Older Adults: A Latent Class Approach" (2006).

Award for Best Poster, Population Association of America, "The Role of Socioeconomic Status in Disaggregated Disability Trajectories among Older Adults in the United States" (2005).

Award for Best Student Paper, Section on Aging and the Life Course, American Sociological Association, "Socioeconomic Status Across the Life Course and Mental Health in Adulthood: The Interplay of Ascribed and Achieved Statuses" (2004).

Award for Best Poster, Southern Sociological Society, "The Effects of a Community- Based Social Service Intervention on Low-Income Elders' Subjective Well-Being" (2001).

Alpha Kappa Delta, inducted member (1998).

Golden Key National Honor Society, inducted member (1998).



Fellowship(s)
ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research: Longitudinal Methods in Research on Aging (2003).

Leadership in an Aging Society Program. Duke University (2003).

ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research: Minority Aging and Health (2002).

Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Predoctoral Training Fellowship (T32 AG00139), National Institute on Aging-National Institutes of Health (NIH). Duke University ($50,000+ per year for4 years) (2001).

Duke University Graduate Award (2000).

Rotary International Cultural Ambassadorial Scholarship: Tanzania, Africa (2000).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Sociological Association

Gerontological Society of America

Population Association of America

Teaching
Courses Taught
Preparation for Major Area Preliminary Exam (SYA8967)

AGING AND THE LIFE COURSE (SYA6933)

STEM For Veteran's Health (SYA5907)

Veteran's Health: Directed Individual Study (SYA 5907)

Directed Individual Study (SYA5907)

STR EQUAT MODELS/LATENT VARI (SYA6936)

Structural Equation Models (SEM) and Latent Variables (SYA 6936)

Advanced Quantitative Methods (SYA5407)

Fertility (SYD5225)

Sociology of Marriage and the Family (SYG2430)

Aging and the Life Course (SYA 6933)

Selected Topics in Sociology (SYA6933)

Latent Growth Curve Analysis: Graduate Workshop

Trajectory Methods: Directed Individual Study (SYA 5907)

Marriage and Family over the Life Course: Directed Individual Study (SYA 5912)

Statistical Methods, Duke University

Introduction to Sociology, University of North Florida

Doctoral Committee Chair
Weeks, J. A., graduate. (2015). An Assessment of the Relationship Between Health Behaviors, Physiological Dysregulation, and Mortality for Mortality for Black, White, and Mexican Americans in the U.S.

Daily, A. M., graduate. (2013). A Life Course Perspective of the Relationship Between Social Participation and Health Among Older Adults.

Reid, K. M., graduate. (2013). The Association Between Social Support, Stress Exposure, and Maternal Postpartum Depression: A Stress Process Approach.

Thomas, K. A., doctoral candidate.

Urena Salas, S., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee Member
Nowakowski, X., graduate. (2013). Beyond the Body Burden: Social Consequences and Causes of Chronic Inflammation.

Colby, S. L., graduate. (2012). Income-Based Differences in Employed Women's Use of Non-Maternal Child Care.

Weiss, U. K., graduate. (2012). Body Mass Index Trajectories and Health-Risk Behaviors: Transition to Adulthood.

Bishop-Royse, J. C., graduate. (2010). Racial Disparities in Infant Health: Individual and Community Level Factors.

Andress, J. S., graduate. (2010). Spousal Health Concordance: An Epidemiology.

Kail, B. L., graduate. (2010). Labor Force Participation and Wealth Accumulation of Older Americans: Considering the Impact of U.S. Social Policy and Early Disadvantage.

Glasgow, K. L., doctoral candidate.

Gunderson, J. A., doctoral candidate.

Vaghela, P. M., doctoral candidate.

Brailsford, J. M., doctoral candidate.

Redmond, R. A., doctoral candidate.

Armstrong, N., doctoral student. [left program]



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Iratzoqui, A., graduate. (2015). [Criminology]

Master's Committee Chair
Ramsey, B., graduate. (2015). [Applied Master's in Demography]

Ureña, S., graduate. (2015). The Impacts of Service Related Exposures on Trajectories of Mental Health among Aging Veterans.

Feliz, S., graduate. (2011). Early Life Conditions and Frailty in Later Life Among Aging Populations in Barbados.

Reid, K. M., graduate. (2011). Examining Postpartum Depression from a Stress-Process Perspective.

Min, S., student. Estimating the Effect of Student Loan Debt on Timing of Marriage among Race/Ethnic Groups.

Master's Committee Member
Lachowsky, L., graduate. (2013). Total Fertility Rate and the Gender Pay Gap in Twenty Five European Countries.

Nowakowski, X., graduate. (2013). Not So Swell: Sociomedical Lessons from Modeling Quality of Life Outcomes in Aging Populations with Inflammatory Chronic Conditions.

Redmond, R. A., graduate. (2013). The Impact of Functional Limitations on Self-Conceptions.

Thomas, K. A., graduate. (2013). Restorative Justice in the States: Predicting the Adoption of Victim Offender Mediation Laws.

Weeks, J. A., graduate. (2012). Marital Status, Parental Status, and Allostatic Load.

Wester, D., graduate. (2012). The Lives of the (Totally) Knocked Up and (Hopefully) Famous: Teen Fertility in a post-16 and Pregnant Media Environment.



Bachelor's Committee Member
Whitfield, H., student.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Taylor, M., & Quesnel-Vallée, A. (contract). The Structural Burden of Caregiving: Shared Challenges for the New Case Managers in the US and Canada. The Gerontologist.
Taylor, M., Ureña, S., & Kail, B. L. (2015). The Impacts of Service Experiences on the Trajectories of Self Rated Health, Functional Limitations, and Activities of Daily Living among Veterans. The Gerontologist, 56, 92-103. doi:doi: 10.1093/geront/gnv662

Refereed Journal Articles
Taylor, M., Lynch, S., Griffis, H. *., & Urena, S. *. (submitted). Racial Disparities in Long Term Disability Trajectories: Cohort Effects and Disease Profiles. Jounral of Aging and Health. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Thomas*, K., Valle, G. *., & Taylor, M. (submitted). Parental Incarceration: Influences on Children's Mental Health during the Transition to Adulthood. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Reid, K., & Taylor, M. (2015). Examining Postpartum Depression from a Stress Process Perspective: The Importance of Stress Type and Timing. Population Research and Policy Review, 34, 851-875. doi:DOI 10.1007/s11113-015-9368-7
Reid, K., & Taylor, M. (2015). Social support, stress, and maternal postpartum depression: A comparison of supportive relationships. Social Science Research, 54, 246–262. doi:doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2015.08.009
Kail, B. K., & Taylor, M. (2014). Cumulative Inequality and Racial Disparities in Health: Private Insurance Coverage and Black/White Differences in Functional Limitations. Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 1-11. doi:doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbu005
Gayman, M. D., Pai, M., Kail, B. L., & Taylor, M. G. (2013). The Disability/Depression Relationship in the Transition to Retirement: Racial Contrasts. Journal of Aging and Health, 25, 555-573.
Kamp Dush, C. M., Schmeer, K. K., & Taylor, M. G. (2013). Chaos as a Social Determinant of Child Health: Reciprocal Associations? Social Science and Medicine, 95, 69-76.
Valle, G., Weeks, J., Taylor, M. G., & Eberstein, I. (2013). Mental and Physical Health Consequences of Spousal Health Shocks Among Older Adults. Journal of Aging and Health, 25, 1121-1142.
Kamp Dush, C. M., & Taylor, M. G. (2012). Trajectories of Marital Conflict across the Life Course: Predictors and Interactions with Marital Happiness Trajectories. Journal of Family Issues, 33, 341-368.
Quesnel-Vallée, A., & Taylor, M. (2012). Socioeconomic Pathways to Depressive Symptoms in Adulthood: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979. Social Science and Medicine, 74, 734-743.
Rohlinger, D., Kail, B. L., Taylor, M. G., & Conn, S. (2012). Outside the Mainstream: Social Movement Organization Media Coverage in Mainstream and Partisan News Outlets. Research on Social Movements, Conflict & Change, 33, 51-80.
Taylor, M. G. (2011). The Causal Pathway From Socioeconomic Status to Disability Trajectories in Later Life: The Importance of Mediating Mechanisms for Onset and Accumulation. Research on Aging, 33, 84-108.
Taylor, M. G., & Lynch, S. M. (2011). Cohort Differences and Chronic Disease Profiles of Differential Disability Trajectories. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 66B(6), 729-738.
Taylor, M. G. (2010). Capturing Transitions and Trajectories: The Role of Socioeconomic Status in Later Life Disability. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 65B, 733-743.
Kamp Dush, C. M., Taylor, M. G., & Kroeger, R. A. (2008). Marital Happiness and Psychological Well-Being over the Life Course. Family Relations, Special Issue, 57, 211-226.
Taylor, M. G. (2008). Timing, Accumulation, and the Black/White Disability Gap in Later Life: A Test of Weathering. Research on Aging: Special Issue on Race, SES, and Health, 30, 226-250.
Morgan, S. P., & Taylor, M. G. (2006). Low Fertility at the Turn of the 21st Century. Annual Review of Sociology, 32, 375-399.
Corder, E. H., Ghebremedhin, E., Taylor, M. G., Thal, D. R., Ohm, T. G., & Braak, H. (2004). The Biphasic Relationship between Regional Brain Senile Plaque and Neurofibrillary Tangle Distributions: Modification by Age, Sex, and APOE Polymorphism. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1019, 24-28.
Taylor, M. G., & Lynch, S. M. (2004). Trajectories of Impairment, Social Support, and Depressive Symptoms in Later Life. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 59B, S238-S246.
Shapiro, A., & Taylor, M. G. (2002). The Effects of a Community-Based Social Service Intervention on Low-Income Elders' Subjective Well-Being. The Gerontologist, 42, 334-341.

Invited Book Chapters
Lynch, S. M., & Taylor, M. G. (2014). Trajectory Models in Aging Research. In Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences, 8th Edition. Academic Press.

Refereed Book Chapters
Taylor, M. G., Elder, G. H., Jr., Uhlenberg, P., & McDonald, S. (2013). Revisiting the Grandparenting Role: Grandparents as Mentors in Adolescence and Young Adulthood. In Kinship and Cohort in an Aging Society: From Generation to Generation (pp. 104-129). Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Elder, G. H., & Taylor, M. G. (2009). Life Course Methods: Recasting Biographical and Historical Data to Study Lives in Time and Place. In The Craft of Life Course Research (pp. 93-116). New York: Guilford.
Lynch, S. M., Brown, J. S., & Taylor, M. G. (2009). The Demography of Disability. In International Handbook of the Demography of Aging (pp. 567-582). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Quesnel-Vallée, A., & Taylor, M. (2006). Pathways from Parental Education to Adult Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms. American Journal of Epidemiology, 163, S70.

Presentations
Refereed Papers at Conferences
Min, S., & Taylor, M. (accepted). Student Loan Debt and Race Ethnic Variation in Timing of First Births. Paper to be presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Washington, D.C. (National)
Taylor, M., & Urena, S. (accepted). Disease Misreports Among Older Adults: Implications for Population Estimates and Disparities. Paper to be presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Washington, D.C. (National)
Taylor, M., Colby, S., & Reid, K. (presented 2015). Cumulative Inequality at the End of Life?: Looking Back to Understand Racial Disparities in Aging. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Gerontological Association of America, Orlando, FL. (National)
Urena, S., Taylor, M., & Kail, B. L. (presented 2015). The Impacts of Service Experiences on the Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms and Psychiatric Problems Among Veterans in Later Life. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Gerotnological Association of America. (National)
Taylor, M., Ureña, S., & Kail, B. L. (presented 2014). The Impacts of Service Experiences on the Trajectories of Self Rated Health, Functional Limitations, and Activities of Daily Living among Veterans. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Gerontological Society of America. (National)
Thomas, K., Valle, G., & Taylor, M. (presented 2014). Parental Incarceration: Influences on Children's Mental Health during the Transition to Adulthood. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Weeks, J., & Taylor, M. (presented 2014). Age at First Birth and Allostatic Load for Mexican, Black, and White Women in the U.S. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Reid, K., & Taylor, M. G. (presented 2012). Exploring Post-Partum Depression from a Stress Process Perspective. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Valle, G., Weeks, J., Eberstein, I., & Taylor, M. G. (presented 2012). Health Shocks among Older Adults: Consequences of Well‐Being for Partners. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA. (Regional)
Reid, K., & Taylor, M. G. (presented 2011). Exploring Post-Partum Depression from a Stress Process Perspective. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Demographic Association, Tallahassee, FL. (National)
Taylor, M. G., Lynch, S. M., & Griffis, H. (presented 2011). Race Disparities in Disability Trajectories among Older Americans: Cohort Effects and Disease Profiles. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Washington, DC. (National)
Taylor, M. G., Lynch, S. M., & Griffis, H. (presented 2011). Race Disparities in Disability Trajectories among Older Americans: Cohort Effects and Disease Profiles. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Demographic Association, Tallahassee, FL. (Regional)
Quesnel-Vallée, A., Taylor, M. G., & Park, A. (presented 2010). Pathways from Parental Education to Adult Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Dallas, TX. (National)
Taylor, M. G., & Lynch, S. M. (presented 2009). Cohort Differences and Chronic Disease Profiles of Differential Disability Trajectories among Older Americans. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Taylor, M. G., & Elder, G. H. (presented 2007). The Causal Pathway from Socioeconomic Status to Disability Trajectories in Later Life: The Importance of Mediating Mechanisms for Onset and Accumulation. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, New York, NY. (National)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2006). Pathways Linking Socioeconomic Status to Disability among Older Adults: Disentangling Transitions and Trajectories. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, Montreal, Canada. (National)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2006). Disentangling the Life Course Process of Disability in Later Life: The Role of Socioeconomic Status. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Los Angeles, CA. (National)
Taylor, M. G., & Elder, G. H. (presented 2006). Shared and Independent Mediators in the Link Between SES and Disability over Time. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Gerontological Society of America, Dallas, TX. (National)
Quesnel-Vallée, A., & Taylor, M. G. (presented 2005). When Life Course Epidemiology and Status Attainment Meet: The Interplay of Ascribed and Achieved Statuses on Depression in Adulthood. Paper presented at Semi-Annual Meeting, International Sociological Association RC28: Social Stratification and Mobility, Los Angeles, CA. (International)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2005). Disentangling the Life Course Process of Disability in Later Life: The Role of Socioeconomic Status. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, International Sociological Association RC 41: Symposium on Inequality in Population, Sliema, Malta. (International)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2005). The Role of Socioeconomic Status in Disaggregated Disability Trajectories among Older Adults in the United States. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Philadelphia, PA. (National)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2005). Disentangling the Life Course Process of Disability in Later Life: The Role of Socioeconomic Status. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Gerontological Society of America, Orlando, FL. (National)
Morgan, S. P., & Taylor, M. G. (presented 2004). Emerging Global Low Fertility. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Demographic Association, Hilton Head, SC. (Regional)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2004). Predictors of Disaggregated Disability Trajectories for Older Adults in the United States (1982-1999). Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC. (National)
Taylor, M. G., & Quesnel-Vallée, A. (presented 2004). Socioeconomic Status Across the Life Course and Mental Health in Adulthood: The Interplay of Ascribed and Achieved Statuses. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Demographic Association, Hilton Head, SC. (Regional)
Taylor, M. G., & Quesnel-Vallée, A. (presented 2004). Socioeconomic Status Across the Life Course and Mental Health in Adulthood: The Interplay of Ascribed and Achieved Statuses. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2004). Classes of Disability Trajectories in Later Life for Community-Dwelling and Institutionalized Older Adults. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Boston, MA. (National)
Taylor, M. G., & Land, K. C. (presented 2003). Trends in Happy Life Expectancy for Men and Women in Later Life (1970-1990). Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Gerontological Society of America, San Diego, CA. (National)
Taylor, M. G., & Lynch, S. M. (presented 2003). Trajectories of Disability and Depression in Late Life: The Longitudinal Effects of Social Support. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Minneapolis, MN. (National)
Shapiro, A., & Taylor, M. G. (presented 2001). The Effects of a Community-Based Care Management Program on Elders' Health and Utilization of Health Services. Paper presented at Annual Conference, Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA. (Regional)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2012). What's in a Name? Perspectives on the Sociology of 'Age,' 'Aging,' and 'the Life Course'. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, Denver, CO. (National)
Taylor, M. G. (presented 2007). NLTCS 1982-1999: Disability Trajectories and Promising Longitudinal Methods. Presentation at Using the National Long-Term Care Survey: 1982 to 2004 Waves, ICPSR, Ann Arbor, MI. (National)
Taylor, M. (presented 2006). Latent Variable Approaches to Disentangling Longitudinal Effects: SES and Disability Trajectories among Older Adults. Presentation at Seminar Series on Methods in Health Disparities Research, Cecil Sheps Center for Health Services Research, Chapel Hill, NC. (Local)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Taylor, M. (2014). Beyond Factor Analysis: An Introduction to Structural Equation Models (SEM) with Latent Variables and their Applications in Criminology. Delivered at Department of Criminology, Florida State Univsersity. (Local)
Taylor, M., Colby, S., & Reid, K. (2014). Age as Leveler or End of Life Stratification? The Black/White Disability Gap in the Time Before Death. Delivered at Duke University. (National)
Taylor, M. G. (2013). The Good, The Bad, and the Mean (μ): Limitations and Extensions of Latent Growth Curves in Health Disparities Research. Delivered at Social Statistics Speaker Series, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. (International)
Taylor, M., Lynch, S. M., & Griffis, H. (2013). Race Disparities in Disability Trajectories among Older Americans: Cohort Effects and Disease Profiles. Delivered at Depression and Resilience Across the Life Course Working Group, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. (International)
Taylor, M. G. (2008). Advanced Longitudinal Models with Latent Variables. Delivered at Quebec Inter-University Centre for Social Statistics (QICSS), Montreal, Canada. (International)
Taylor, M. G. (2006). Latent Growth Curve Analysis with Mplus. Delivered at Quebec Inter- University Centre for Social Statistics (QICSS), Montreal, Quebec. (International)
Taylor, M. G. (2006). Latent Growth Curves, Timing, and the Meaning of the 'Mean Growth' in Trajectory Models. Delivered at Bronfenbrenner Life Course Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (National)
Taylor, M. G. (2006). Onset, Timing, and the Meaning of the 'Mean Growth' in Trajectory Models. Delivered at Quebec Inter-University Centre for Social Statistics, Montreal, Quebec. (International)
Taylor, M. G. (2006). Trajectory Approaches to Life Course Research: Disentangling Disability in Later Life. Delivered at Bronfenbrenner Life Course Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (National)
Taylor, M. G., & Morgan, P. S. (2005). Low Fertility at the Turn of the 21st Century. Delivered at Duke University Workshop Series on Demography, Life Course, and Aging, Durham, NC. (Local)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
McGee, Daniel L (Co-PI), Taylor, Miles (Co-PI), Mitchell II, Glenn E (Co-PI), Carretta, Henry Joseph (PI), Nowakowski, Alexandra (Co-PI), & Harman, Jeffrey S (Co-PI). (Jan 2016–Jan 2017). EIEG: Big Data for Health Services and Health Policy Research: National Medicaid and Medicare Beneficiary Claims and Survey Files. Funded by FSU EIEG Award. Total award $14,600.
Quesnel-Vallée, A., Abrahamowicz, M., Clark, S., Fuhrer, R., Kaufman, J., Le Bourdais, C., Shor, E., Wrosch, C., & Taylor, M. G. (2013–2014). "Social Support and Resilience to Depression across the Life Course in Canada". Funded by Canada Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Total award $24,000.
Taylor, M. G., & Reid, K. M. (2012–2013). Appraising the 'Gold Standard': The Utility of Medicare and Self-Reports of Disease Diagnosis. Funded by Claude Pepper Foundation. Total award $29,175.
McGee, Daniel L (Co-PI), Taylor, Miles (Co-PI), Tsilimingras, Dionyssios (Co-PI), Mitchell II, Glenn E (Co-PI), & Carretta, Henry Joseph (PI). (Nov 2011–Nov 2012). EIEG: Medicare Limited Data Set: Claims Data for Health Services and Health Policy Research. Funded by FSU EIEG Award. Total award $36,610.
Carretta, H., Taylor, M. G., Tsilimingras, D., Mitchell, G., & McGee, D. (2011–2013). Medicare Limited Data Set: Claims Data for Health Services and Health Policy Research. Funded by Equipment and Infrastructure Enhancement Grant. Florida State University. Total award $36,610.
Taylor, M. G. (2010–2010). FSU First Year Assistant Professor Summer Research Fellowship. Funded by Florida State University. Total award $17,000.
Taylor, Miles (PI). (Sep 2008–Aug 2012). Inequality and Disability Among Older Adults: Paths to Differential Trajectories. Funded by National Institute on Aging. (R00AG030471). Total award $743,939.
Taylor, M. G. (2008–2012). Inequality and Disability among Older Adults: Paths to Differential Trajectories. Funded by National Institute on Aging-National Institutes of Health (NIH). (R00 AG030471). Total award $746,424.
Taylor, M. (2007–2008). Inequality and Disability among Older Adults: Paths to Differential Trajectories. Funded by National Institute on Aging-National Institutes of Health (NIH). (K99 AG030471). Total award $80,173.
Taylor, M. G. (2006–2008). Exploring Paths to Differential Disability Trajectories. Funded by Demography of Economics and Aging Research (DEAR) Pilot 2008 Project Grant. UNC Chapel Hill - National Institute on Aging. Total award $15,523.
Taylor, M. G. (2005–2007). Exploring Paths to Differential Disability Trajectories. Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA). Funded by National Institute on Aging-National Institutes of Health (NIH). (F32 AG026926). Total award $88,044.

Contracts and Grants Pending
Quesnel-Vallee, A., & Taylor, M. (2015). Inequality in Aging in Canada: Evidence from Longitudinal Survey and Administrative Data. Submitted to Canada Institutes of Health Research.
Taylor, M. (2015). Socioeconomic and Race/Ethnic Differences in Disease Misreports: Implications for Health Disparities. Submitted to COFRS Award, Florida State University.

Contracts and Grants Denied
Taylor, M. (2014). Health Disparities by Socioeconomic Status Across the Life Course in Canada. Submitted to Fulbright Scholars Program.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
FYAP Workshop Presenter, Council for Research and Creativity (2014–2015).

FSU College Service
Member, Social Science Scholars Committee: College of Social Sciences and Public Policy (2011–2015).

FSU Department Service
Member, Departmental Policy Committee (2014–2015).
Chair, Health and Aging Committee (2013–2015).
Member/Examiner, Health and Aging Committee (2008–2015).
Executive Committee, Center for Demography and Public Health (2013–2014).
Member, Methods Committee (2013–2014).
Member/Examiner, Demography Area Committee (2008–2014).
Member, Departmental Policy Committee (2011–2012).
Chair, Colloquium Committee (2010–2011).
Member, Graduate Admissions and Financial Aid Committee (2009–2010).
Member, Methods Committee (2009–2010).
Member, Mentoring Committee (2008–2009).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Managing Editor, Social Biology (2002–2005).

Editorial Board Membership(s)
Research on Aging (2013–2015).
Journal of Gerontology, Social Sciences (2011–2015).
Demography (2007–2009).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Annals of Epidemiology (2013–present).
Society and Mental Health (2012–present).
Social Science and Medicine (2010–present).
Journal of Aging and Health (2009–present).
Journal of Marriage and the Family (2008–present).
American Sociological Review (2006–present).
Social Forces (2006–present).
Demography (2005–present).
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2005–present).
Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences (2004–present).
Research on Aging (2004–present).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Institutes of Health (2015).
P01 Center Grant Review, National Institute on Aging-National Institutes of Health (NIH) (2010–2011).

Service to Professional Associations
Conference Session Presider, Population Association of America (2016–present).
BSS Student Research Award Committee, Gerontological Association of America (2015–2016).
Outstanding Publication Award, American Sociological Association Section on Aging and the Life Course (2015).
Conference Session Presider, "Regular Session, Life Course". Annual Meeting. New York, NY, American Sociological Assocation (2013).
Conference Session Organizer, "Regular Session, Life Course". Annual Meeting. New York, NY, American Sociological Association (2013).
Conference Session Discussant, "Regular Session on Health and Wellness", Annual Meeting. Denver, CO, American Sociological Association (2012).
Conference Session Presider, "Adult Mortality, Behaviors and Diseases". Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, Population Association of America (2012).
Conference Session Presider, "Session on Aging and the Life Course". Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV, American Sociological Association (2011).
Co-Chair, American Sociological Association Section on Aging and the Life Course, Adhoc Committee on Mentoring and Professional Development (2006–2008).
Conference Session Presider, "Health Trajectories in Old Age". Annual Meeting. New York, NY, Population Association of America (2007).
Student Representative, American Sociological Association Council of Section on Aging and the Life Course (2005–2007).
Conference Session Discussant, "Demography of Disability". Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, CA, Population Association of America (2006).

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