Matthew P. Scott
homepage:http://scottlab.stanford.edu/
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Matthew Scott is investigating how embryonic and later development is governed by proteins that control gene activity and signaling processes. He is exploring how defects in the regulators of development, or in related proteins, lead to birth defects, cancer, and neurodegenerative disease.


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flag Academic Perspectives/Panel Discussion
as author at  MIT Industrial Liaison Program,
together with: Douglas Lauffenburger (moderator), James Cassatt, Leroy Hood, H. Steven Wiley, Huntington Willard, Marc W. Kirschner, George Poste, Peter Sorger, David Botstein,
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