Scott was born in St. Louis, MO and graduated from Chaminade College Preparatory. He came to Tulane for the first time to carry out Bachelors degrees in Chemistry, Mathematics, and History in 1996, and then moved to the University of Bradford where he completed a masters degree in Archaeological Chemistry under the direction of Professor Carl P. Heron in 1998. He completed his doctoral studies in Chemistry in 2002 at the University of California, Berkeley with Professor Jean Frechet, developing new dendritic architectures for biological applications. He continued his training as a post-doctoral researcher in the labs of C. Grant Willson, at the University of Texas at Austin developing new polymer materials for photolithography and biosensing, and has been an Assistant Professor at Tulane University since 2005.
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