The Scott Lab applies principles from biomaterials science, nanotechnology and tissue engineering towards the development of translational immunotherapies.  We are currently employing unique engineering- and materials-based strategies for the treatment and basic understanding of heart disease, vaccination and immune dysregulation.

In addition to our research efforts, we both promote and organize programs to expose high school students of diverse social and economic backgrounds to the opportunities made accessible by a strong science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.


New Work Showing that our Nanoparticles are Non-Toxic in Non-Human Primates

Read about our recent work showing that our nanoparticles are non-toxic in non-human primates! https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12274-018-2069-x...

Fanfan’s New Paper is available online!

Read Fanfan’s paper on Sequential intracellular release of water-soluble cargos from Shell-crosslinked polymersomes:  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168365918301561...

2018 Bio-inspired Multi-functional Dynamic Materials Conference

Dr. Evan Scott will be speaking at the 2018 Bio-inspired Multi-functional Dynamic Materials Gordon Research Conference in...