Scott Randell, PhD
Professor of Medicine
Areas of Interest
Lung and airway stem cells, lung and airway innate immunity, cystic fibrosis, in vitro models
Dr. Randell’s reserarch focuses on airway and lung innate immunity, cell biology and stem cells. He has over 215 total peer-reviewed publications, reviews, book chapters and a book editorship. He is on the Editorial Board of two leading lung journals and is an active peer reviewer for journals, NIH and numerous national and international granting organizations. He serves on American Thoracic Society Committees and has organized and spoken at many national and international meetings. Dr. Randell directs the UNC Marsico Lung Institute/Cystic Fibrosis Center Tissue Procurement and Cell Culture Core, a nationally and internationally recognized resource, whose services are sought for collaboration, contract research, and training by academics, non-profit organizations, biotech and the pharmaceutical industry. Recent work is focused on surmounting the challenges of novel therapies for cystic fibrosis and other lung diseases.
The State University of New York at New Paltz
Environmental Health Sciences from Johns Hopkins University