Griffin Scott completed his undergraduate degree in bioengineering at the University of Washington. He successfully completed a capstone project in the CardSS Lab, entitled “Systematic Parameter Analysis for Determination of Reentrant Driver Inducibility”. During his time as a team member, Griffin earned co-authorships on FIVE peer-reviewed conference abstracts at major international meetings and THREE peer-reviewed journal articles published or currently in revision, including our 2021 paper in eLife.
Upon graduation and departure from the lab, Griffin accepted a position at Bristol Myers Squibb, where he works as an aCTivate Associate. Interested parties can contact him via LinkedIn!
B.S.: Bioengineering, University of Washington, 2022