Scott received a Postgraduate Diploma in Science (PgDipSci) in Physiology from University of Otago, New Zealand, where he investigated the effect of glucose on maturation of embryonic cardiomyocytes to neonatal cardiomyocytes. Following his PgDipSci, he received his MSc in Bioengineering where he studied tissue engineering of heart valve leaflets using biomaterials; polycaprolactone, Silk fibroin and Poly vinyl alcohol. After completing his studies, Scott joined Stem Cell and Organoid facility in 2019, where he supports to provide a range of custom iPSC services including organoid model systems and development of new therapeutic approaches. In his spare time, he likes to go boxing, play the Saxophone or explore food from different cultures.
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