Professional Profile

Career Summary

After qualifying in medicine at Worcester College, Oxford, my career path has taken me to Bristol, Norwich and Cambridge before moving to Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital.

At QCCH, my research into monochorionic twins and also non – invasive fetal ECG resulted in my obtaining a PhD under the guidance of Professor Nick Fisk. I also completed subspeciality training at the Centre for Fetal Care before completing my general training. I was appointed as a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at the Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation NHS Trust in 2003.

Whilst being a subspecialist in fetal medicine and having a busy obstetric practice with regular sessions on delivery suite, I also have a full general gynaecological practice with a special interest in urogynaecology.

I have been a committee member of the British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society for over 13 years and became its President in 2018,

Professional Qualifications

BA 1986 – Bachelor of Arts (Physiological Sciences), Worcester College, Oxford

BM BCh 1989 – Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Oxford University Clinical Medical School

MRCGP 1993 – Royal College of General Practitioners

MRCOG 1996 – Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

PhD (Imperial College, London) – Doctor of Philosophy

Research & Publications (overview)

Fetal origins of reduced arterial distensibility in the donor twin in twin-twin transfusion syndrome.
Cheung YF, Taylor MJO, Fisk NM, Redington AN, Gardiner HM.
Lancet 2000, 355, 1157-8

Twin-twin transfusion syndrome: the influence of intrauterine laser -photocoagulation on arterial distensibility in childhood.
Gardiner HM, Taylor MJO, Karatza A, Vanderheyden T, Huber A, Greenwald SE, Fisk NM, Hecher K
Circulation 2003 107, 1906-1911

Non-invasive fetal ECG recording in singleton and multiple pregnancies.
Taylor MJO, Smith MJ, Cannon VA, Green AR, Wee L, Fisk NM, Gardiner HM
BJOG 2003, 110, 668-678

Management of twin-twin transfusion syndrome
A Chapter in: Blickstein & Keith (Eds):
Multiple pregnancy: Epidemiology, gestation and perinatal outcome.
pp 552-570
Taylor MJO, Fisk NM 2005

Non-invasive intrapartum fetal ECG: preliminary report
Taylor MJO, Thomas MJ, Smith MJ, Oseku-Afful S, Fisk NM, Green AR, Paterson-Brown S, Gardiner HM
BJOG 2005, 112 (8), 1016-1021

The management of multiple pregnancy
Taylor MJO
Early Hum Dev. 2006, 82(6), 365-70

Implementation of an NHS First Trimester Screening Clinic
Taylor MJO, Liversedge HM, James A.
Ultrasound 2008, 16(2), 1-5-109

Fetal compromise in the first stage of labour
Chapter in: Obstetrics & Gynaecology, an evidence-based text for MRCOG (3rd Edition), edited by M Kilby – 2016
Blackman J & Taylor MJO
Taylor MJO

Fetal compromise in the second stage of labourChapter in: Obstetrics & Gynaecology, an evidence-based text for MRCOG (3rd Edition), edited by M Kilby – 2016
Taylor MJO