Dr. Taylor is a Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

After completing her MD at Dalhousie University, Dr. Taylor moved to British Columbia to do her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of British Columbia. She subsequently completed a fellowship in REI and worked at Genesis Fertility Centre from 2007 to 2013. Since 2013 Dr. Taylor has been working at Olive Fertility Centre

Dr. Taylor has expertise in all areas of REI care. Her areas of particular interest are minimally invasive surgery for conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, adhesions, uterine and tubal reconstruction and reversal of female sterilization/tubal ligation.

Dr. Taylor has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals and has written three book chapters.


Dr. Taylor coordinates the Reproductive Endocrinology & Inferetilily (REI)rotation of the Department’s residency program. In addition, she teaches OBGYN residents at Olive and in the ORs at BC Women’s Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital.

Research Interests/Skills

Dr. C. Sutton, UBC OBGYN resident is working on a project titled, Efficacy of Gonadotropins and IUI as the Next Step in Monofollicular Versus Multifollicular Responsive Clomiphene-Failed Treatments, under the supervision of B. Taylor and M. Bedaiwy. It is a non-randomized clinical trial involving two sites, Olive and PCRM. The participants are women with unexplained infertility who had failed to conceive after Clomiphene for three cycles at minimum dosage. These participants are split into two groups, Mononfollicular IUI and Multifollicular IUI after taking Gonadotropins. It is a non-randomized trial because the women determine if they prefer IVF or Gonadotropins. It was stated that it would be very expensive to do a randomized trial and this trial will set the stage for a randomized trial for the next generation of OBGYN residents.


Chang, H. M., Cheng, J. C., Taylor, E., Leung, P. C. (2014). Oocyte-derived BMP15 but not GDF9 down-regulates connexin43 expression and decreases gap junction intercellular communication activity in immortalized human granulosa cells. Mol Hum Reprod, 20(5):373-83. doi: 10.1093/molehr/gau001.  Epub 2014 Jan 10

Taylor, E. L., Min J. Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome: Diagnosis, Prevention and Management. CPG for CFAS 2013

Taylor, E. L., Williams C. (2010). Surgical treatment of endometriosis: location and patterns of disease at reoperation. Fertil Steril. 93:57-61

Tayor, E. L., Hitkari, J. (2009). Hysteroscopic identification of a uterine arteriovenous malformation. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 31:1117-8.


Dr. Taylor is interested in fertility preservation and IVF and has an ongoing research study of the factors that influence IVF success.

2004 CREOG Highest Overall Examination Mark in residency
AAGL Excellence in Endoscopic Procedures Award
Dr. Harry Wadman Prize in Obstetrics and Gynecology