Gregory Scott, M.D., Ph.D.

  • Instructor of Pathology, Division of Anatomic Pathology, School of Medicine

Biography

Dr. Gregory Scott is a physician scientist member of both the GI pathology service and the OHSU research community. As a practicing pathologist and software developer in the world of imaging and bioinformatics, he is determined to bridge patient care with innovation and help the two fields inform each other. He enjoys marrying disparate types of unstructured clinical data with discrete laboratory data and histopathology as well as interdisciplinary collaboration and teaching. His current areas of interest include bio- and clinical pathology informatics, peripheral nerves in medical diseases, early diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease from routine tissue biopsy, and improving the diagnosis of drug-induced liver disease.

Dr. Scott is an Oregon native who enjoys escaping into nature with his family. 

Education

  • B.S., 2003, University of Oregon
  • M.D., Ph.D., 2015, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Residency:

    • Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, Stanford University, Stanford, California, 2015-2019
    • Chief of Informatics, Stanford University, 2017-2020
  • Fellowship:

    • Gastrointestinal, Hepatobiliary, and General Surgical Pathology, Stanford University, Stanford, California, 2019-2020
  • Certifications:

    • Anatomic and Clinical Pathology (American Board of Pathology), 2019

Publications

Selected publications

  • Scott, Gregory D., Jyoti Kumar, Jean S. Oak, Scott Boyd, Philipp Raess, and Dita Gratzinger.  “Histology-Independent Signature Distinguishes Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease/Systemic Lupus Erythematosus-Associated Lymphadenitis From Benign and Malignant Lymphadenopathies.”  American Journal of Clinical Pathology 7;154(2) (2020) 
  • Scott, Gregory D., Gross, Sang P., Osborne, Thomas F., Fong, Dean.  “Value-based intervention with hospital and pathology laboratory informatics: a case of analytics and outreach at the Veterans Affairs.”  Journal of Pathology Informatics 11:8 (2020)
  • Scott, Gregory D., Gross, Sang P., Osborne, Thomas F., Fong, Dean.  “Value-based intervention with hospital and pathology laboratory informatics: a case of analytics and outreach at the Veterans Affairs.”  Journal of Pathology Informatics 11:8 (2020)
  • Scott, Gregory D., Cary Schrandt, Chandler Ho, Michael Chung, and Run Zhang Shi. “Interfacing complex laboratory instruments during a change to Epic Beaker.”  Journal of Pathology Informatics 25.9 (2018)
  • Scott, Gregory D., Hubert Lau, Jason Kurzer, Christina Kong, Dita Gratzinger.  “Flow immunophenotyping of benign lymph nodes sampled by FNA: representative with diagnostic pitfalls.”  Cancer Cytopathology (2018)
  • Wu Y, Million L, Moding EJ, Scott G, Berry M, Ganjoo KN.  The impact of postoperative therapy on primary cardiac sarcoma.  J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg (2018): 2194-2203
  • Scott, Gregory D., Susan Atwater, and Dita Gratzinger.  “Normative data for flow cytometry immunophenotyping of benign lymph nodes sampled by surgical biopsy.” Journal of Clinical Pathology (2017)
  • Gars E, Purington N, Scott G, Chisholm K, Gratzinger D, Martin BA, Ohgami RS.?Bone marrow histomorphologic criteria can accurately diagnose hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis.  Haematologica. (2018)
  • Scott, Gregory D., David A. Sauer, Kirsten M. Woolf, Mithran S. Sukumar, and Brandon H. Tieu. "Presumed Second Focus of Lung Immunoglobulin G4-Related Disease Found to Be Adenocarcinoma." The Annals of Thoracic Surgery 101.5 (2016): 1965-967.
  • Drake, Matthew G., Elizabeth R. Bivins-Smith, Becky J. Proskocil, Zhenying Nie, Gregory D. Scott, James J. Lee, Nancy A. Lee, Allison D. Fryer, and David B. Jacoby.  Human and Mouse Eosinophils Have Antiviral Activity against Parainfluenza Virus. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology 55.3 (2016): 387-94

Publications

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