Bradley Naylor received his B.S. in Biochemistry from BYU then received a PhD in 2017 also from BYU. His PhD work was in Kinetic Proteomics using Mass Spectrometry. He developed programs to perform data analysis and studies how different dietary conditions affect protein turnover rates. His work will aid others in using kinetic proteomics and understanding the affects diet can have on the proteome. Since receiving a PhD, he has worked at the University of Utah as a Post Doc rounding out skills he developed as a PhD student.