Kathryn Scott, B.S.

Laboratory Manager /
Molecular Research Specialist

Kimmel Cancer Center

Research and Clinical Interest:
Genomics, SNP genotyping, mutation detection, personalized medicine

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Office Address
1009 Bluemle Life Science Building
233 South 10th St. , Philadelphia, PA 19107

Email Address


BS in Biochemistry, May 1996
Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA


PubMed Link For Scott K


Specchia C, Scott K, Fortina P, Devoto M, Falkner B. Association of a polymorphic variant of the adiponectin gene with insulin resistance in African Americans. Clinical and Translational Science 1: 194-199, 2008

Schirinzi A,Drmanac S, Dallapiccola B, Huang S, Scott K, De Luca A, Swanson D, Drmanac R, Surrey S, Fortina P. Combinatorial sequencing-by-hybridization:analysis of the NF1 gene. Genetic Testing 10: 8-17, 2006

Grodzinski P,Ward W, Liu R, Scott K, Surrey S, Fortina P.The use of microelectronic-based techniques in molecular diagnosticassays. In: Molecular DiagnosticTechniques Ansorge W, Patrinos GP, eds., chapter 2, pp. 349-363.Academic Press, Elsevier Science, New York, NY, 2005

Miller RD, Phillips MS, Jo I, Donaldson MA, Studebaker JF, Addleman N, Alfisi SV, Ankener WM, Bhatti HA, Callahan CE, Carey BJ, Conley CL, Cyr JM, Derohannessian V, Donaldson RA, Elosua C, Ford SE, Forman, AM, Gelfand CA, Grecco NM, Gutendorf SM, Hock CR, Hozza MJ, Hur S, In SM, Jackson DL, Jo SA, Jung SC, Kim S, Kimm K, Kloss EF, Kobolt DC, Kuebler JM, Kuo FS, Lathrop JA, Lee JK, Leis KL, Livingston SA, Lovins EG, Lundy ML, Maggan S, Minton M, Mocklet MA, Morris DW, Nachtman EP, Oh B, Park C, Park CW, Pavelka N, Perkins AB, Restine SL, Sachidanandam R, Reinhart AJ, Scott KE, Shah GJ, Tate JM, Varde SA, Walters A, White JR, Yoo YK, Lee JE, Boyce-Jacino MT, Kwok PY.The SNP Consortium Allele Frequency Project. High-density single-nucleotide polymorphism maps of the human genome. Genomics 86: 117 - 126, 2005

Yuryev A, Huang J, Scott KE, Kuebler J, Donaldson M, Phillips MS, Pohl M, Boyce-Jacino MT. Primer design and marker clustering for multiplex SNP-IT primer extension genotyping assay using statistical modeling. Bioinformatics 20: 3526 - 3532, 2004

Yu C, Huang A,Studebaker J, Yuryev A, Huang J, ScottKE, Kuebler J, Varde S, Alfisi S, Gelfand CA, Pohl M, Boyce-Jacino MT.Auto-validation of fluorescent primer extension genotyping assay using signalclustering and neural networks. BMCBioinformatics 5: 36, 2004

Phillips MS,Lawrence R, Sachidanandam R, Morris AP, Balding DJ, Donaldson MA, StudebakerJF, Ankener WM, Alfisi SV, Kuo FS, Camisa AL, Pazorov V, Scott KE, Carey BJ, Faith J, Katari G, Bhatti HA, Cyr JM, Derohannessian V, Elosua C, Forman AM, GreccoNM, Hock CR, Kuebler JM, Lathrop JA, Mockler MA, Nachtman EP, Restine SL, VardeSA, Hozza MJ, Gelfand CA, Broxholme JA, Abecasis GR, Boyce-Jacino MT, Cardon LR.Chromosome-wide distribution of haplotype blocks and the role of recombinationhot spots. Nature Genetics 33: 382-387, 2003

Gilmour SK,Birchler M, Smith MK, Rayca K,Mostochuk J. Effect of elevated levels of ornithine decarboxylase on cell cycleprogression in skin. Cell Growth and Differentiation 10: 739-748,1999

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