James G. Stout, Ph.D.

Contact: jstout1@providence.edu

Highest degree earned: PhD (Biochemistry/Chemistry)
University of Cincinnati

Current Employer:
Shattuck Labs, Durham, NC

Significant projects:
Research interests: Molecular mechanisms in Parkinson’s Disease, Tourette’s Syndrome and Movement Disorders with focus on protein misfolding, gangliosides, gut-brain axis and neurochemistry signaling pathways.
Co-owner of NEK Husky Rescue [nekhuskyrescue.com]

Jim has over 25 years of experience in biopharmaceutical process development, manufacturing sciences, and technology with large biopharmaceutical and smaller biotechnology companies. He received his B.S. in Chemistry from Denison University and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry (with a minor in Analytical Chemistry) from the University of Cincinnati. Jim extended his education in protein chemistry and separation science with an NIH post-doctoral Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in the Department of Pharmacology & Cell Biophysics and further expanded his knowledge/ experience at the Blood Research Institute, The Blood Center of Southeastern Wisconsin, in the Department of Immunochemistry. All the tools gained from the advanced training prepared Jim for biopharmaceutical process development and manufacturing. He contributed to programs & leadership at Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Medarex, Inc.; Abbott Bioresearch Center; Amgen; Shire HGT; Immunogen; Natrix Separations, Inc./EMD Millipore_Sigma; HOST Therabiomics, Inc.; and BioVectra, Inc./Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. Jim managed many different recombinant protein programs at various stages from Research, all Clinical Phases, and Commercial. Jim is currently the Vice President of Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls at Shattuck Labs.

Courses taught:
General Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Biochemistry