Emma Scott, M.D.
- Special Interests:
- Bone Marrow Transplant, Amyloidosis, Myeloma
- Accepting Patients:
- English, Afrikaans, French (some), Spanish (some)
"After climbing a great mountain, we find that there are many more mountains to climb. I am inspired by patients and families who courageously embrace both the challenges and triumphs of their disease. I am passionate about developing new treatments and improving the lives of patients with plasma cell dyscrasias. I am privileged to practice at OHSU along side exceptional physicians, scientists and especially, due to the long- term relationships that I have with my patients."
Dr. Scott specializes in Multiple Myeloma, Systemic Amyloidosis, MGUS and other plasma cell disorders. She is the Director of the Myeloma and Multi- Disciplinary Amyloid Program at the Knight Cancer Institute. She has a broad medical experience, beginning in her native South Africa where she discovered her interest in hematologic malignancies. Her determination to learn the best in modern medicine, brought her to the USA to obtain advanced training in hematology and oncology. Dr. Scott enjoys the diversity of her work, which includes clinical care, clinical and translational research, teaching and service.
Dr. Scott is married to a physician (Cardiologist) and they have two daughters. She spends her free time enjoying the great outdoors with her family and friends. She also loves good food, gardening, reading, traveling and Iyengar yoga.
MBBCH, The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2000
Internal Medicine Residency, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, 2004-2007
Internal medicine Chief Resident, Albert Einstein Medical Center, 2007- 2008
Hematology and Oncology, The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 2008-2011
American Board of Internal Medicine (Hematology) 2012; American Board of Internal Medicine (Oncology) 2011; American Board of Internal Medicine, 2008