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Jennifer Taylor-Cousar, MD, MSc, ATSF

Jennifer Taylor-Cousar, MD, MSc, ATSF is a professor of adult and pediatric pulmonary medicine at National Jewish Health, where she serves as the medical director of Clinical Research Services. She oversees the care of children with pulmonary disease and adults with cystic fibrosis. Jennifer is also co-director of the Adult CF Program and director of the CF Therapeutics Development Network research that is conducted at National Jewish Health. She has been site primary investigator on more than 40 studies and global site investigator on three studies. Her investigator-initiated research focuses on the development and evaluation of novel therapies for the treatment of CF. Jennifer is the chair of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Women's Health Research Working Group. She received her undergraduate degree in human biology from Stanford University in 1993. She completed her doctorate in medicine in 1998, combined residency in internal medicine and pediatrics in 2002, and her combined fellowship in adult and pediatric pulmonary medicine in 2006 at Duke University Medical Center. She obtained her master's in clinical science at the University of Colorado in 2015.