Randy Scott

Randy Scott

Biotechnology Inventor

Randy Scott is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Genomic Health. Scott has more than 23 years of biotechnology industry experience and a strong history of scientific innovation. In addition to founding Genomic Health, Scott co-founded Incyte, the worlds' first genomic information content business. An inventor on 25 issued patents, Scott has authored numerous scientific publications in the fields of protein biology, gene discovery, and cancer. In 1997, NASDAQ and Ernst & Young recognized him as Silicon Valley Entrepreneur of the Year for life sciences and Forbes magazine listed him as one of Biotech's Top 25 influential insiders in 1999. In 2005, Genomic Health was honored by Red Herring Magazine as one of the Top 100 private technology companies in North America. Scott holds a B.S. in Chemistry from Emporia State University and a PhD in Biochemistry from KU.

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