Originally from Moodus, CT, Scott is currently a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology. This summer, Scott worked in the Brutnell lab under the guidance of post-doc Judy Kolkman. Scott’s project involved characterizing the phototropic variability in maize. More specifically, he tried to associate the phototropic variability of various maize inbreds with nucleotide polymorphisms found in the PHOT1 gene of those inbreds.
In his free time, Scott likes to fish.