Scott is currently pursuing a PhD in Infectious and Tropical Diseases at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine sponsored by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission. His research is focused on the quality of medicines in low-medium income countries (LMICS), particularly those medicines that are used in Infectious and Tropical Diseases. Scott is passionate about providing access to affordable quality-assured medicines to all people especially those in poor countries.
Scott has experience teaching undergraduate students at the Copperbelt University School of Medicine where he has been teaching Pharmacology to medical students. Before joining the Copperbelt University, Scott worked as a pharmacist in the Ministry of Health. Scott has also served on the National Health Research Ethics Board.
Scott also holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree (University of Zambia) and an MSc in Pharmacology and Biotechnology (Sheffield Hallam University) which was sponsored by the Chevening scholarships.