Scott graduated from University Campus Suffolk in 2014 with a BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science and then continued on to study his MSc in Sport and Exercise Physiology at Middlesex University. Scott was first introduced to Dance Science whilst working closely with senior sports lecturer Dr Lygeri Dimitriou reviewing her previous publications. Scott's research surrounds the mechanisms involved in Blood Flow Restriction, while attempting to develop a more effective and efficient methodology. He is also interested in skeletal muscle plasticity and the effect of different training on both the hypertrophic and neuromuscular responses.
Scott has worked in several sports based laboratories assisting with extensive physiological testing with both elite athletes and normal populations. Scott is a competitive powerlifter and has a keen interest in Strength and Conditioning practices.
Scott is primarily responsible for maintaining and developing the laboratory facilities in the dance science department and also assists with current research projects such as Musical Impact supporting the dance science learning and teaching activity across programmes.