Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Scott earned his PhD in Chemical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  While at Georgia Tech, Scott worked with Professor Niren Murthy developing drug delivery platforms for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease, cranial re-synostosis, acute lung injury, and osteoarthritis.

As a postdoc in Professor Jeffery A. Hubbell’s Laboratory, Scott’s research focused on the synthesis and preclinical validation of biomaterials-based subunit vaccines that elicit cellular immunity against infections and malignancy, as well as disease-modifying inverse vaccines for autoimmunity.

In 2020, Scott joined the Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering Department as an assistant professor.