Scott's well rounded chemistry and biochemistry training allow him to effectively assist clients with the preparation and prosecution of U.S. and international patents.
Scott leverages his advanced degree in chemistry to provide valuable insight on patents related to organic chemistry, surface chemistry, pharmaceuticals, cancer, medical imaging, drug delivery and nanotechnology.
His doctoral research involved the development of small-molecule probes and nanoparticles for imaging and therapy of human diseases such as cancer. The interdisciplinary nature and significance of Scott's work was recognized with an NIH-sponsored CBI fellowship, which encouraged collaboration at the interface of the chemical and biological arts. Additionally, he recently helped advise a wound care drug startup company and competed in several business startup competitions including the prestigious Rice Business Plan Competition.
Scott has experience working with a diverse range of clients, including individual inventors, small biotechnology startups, university professors and large chemistry companies.
News & Insights
"High expression of integrin αVβ3enables uptake of targeted fluorescent probes into ovarian cancer cells and tumors," Bioorganic Medicinal Chemistry, 2018
"Non-Covalently Pre-Assembled High-Performance Near-Infrared Fluorescent Molecular Probes for Cancer Imaging," Chemistry - A European Journal, 2018
"Non-covalent assembly method that simultaneously endows a liposome surface with targeting ligands, protective PEG chains, and deep-red fluorescence reporter groups," Chemistry - A European Journal, 2017
"Clean Photothermal Heating and Controlled Release From Organic Nanoparticles Containing Near Infrared Croconaine Dye," Langmuir, 2015
"Rapid Macrocycle Threading by a Fluorescent Dye–Polymer Conjugate in Water with Nanomolar Affinity," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015
"Spatial Modulation Spectroscopy for Imaging and Quantitative Analysis of Single Dye-Doped Organic Nanoparticles Inside Cells," Nanoscale, 2015
"Synthetic Receptors for Carbohydrates: In Synthetic Receptors for Biomolecules," Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015
"Thiosquaramides: pH switchable anion transporters," Chemical Science, 2014
Practices & Industries
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2019
University of Notre Dame, Ph.D., Chemistry, 2018
University of West Florida, B.S., Biochemistry, 2010