Scott L. Diamond

Arthur E. Humphrey Professor
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE)
Bioengineering (BE)

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Honors and Awards:  Heilmeier Award for Excellence in Faculty Research - 2009, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Allan P. Colburn Award - 1999, National American Heart Association Established Investigator Award - 1999, NSF National Young Investigator Award - 1993, NIH FIRST Award - 1992,

Research Expertise: Biomolecular Engineering | Transport Processes | Systems Biology

Scott's research involves gene therapy, blood systems biology and protease proteomics, microfluidics and biorheology, endothelial mechanobiology, and high throughput screening. The Diamond lab has pioneered the use of nonclassical nuclear localization sequences and cationic steroids for nonviral DNA delivery, printed chemical microarrays for high throughput screening, and stochastic simulation for blood systems biology. Scott is the founding director of the Penn Center for Molecular Discovery, a multi-disciplinary center designed to discover new biologically useful agents.

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Affiliations:  Associate Director and Charter Member of Institute for Medicine and Engineering; Director of Biotechnology Program; Director, Penn Center for Molecular Discovery

Education:
PhD Chemical Engineering 1990 - Rice University
BS Chemical Engineering 1986 - Cornell University

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