Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D. (Genetics)
Jeffrey Tomkins has a Ph.D. in Genetics from Clemson University, a M.S. in Plant Science from the University of Idaho, Moscow and a B.S. in Agriculture from Washington State University. He was on the Faculty in the Dept of Genetics and Biochemistry, Clemson University, for a decade where he worked as a research technician in a plant breeding/genetics program, focusing on quantitative and physiological genetics in soybean. He is now a Staff Scientist at ICR. He has 56 publications in peer reviewed scientific journals and seven book chapters in scientific books. He is the primary author of The Design and Complexity of the Cell.
- The chromosome 2 fusion model of human evolution—part 1: re-evaluating the evidence
- The chromosome 2 fusion model of human evolution—part 2: re-analysis of the genomic data
- The junk DNA myth takes a well-deserved hit
- Genomic monkey business—estimates of nearly identical human–chimp DNA similarity re-evaluated using omitted data
- Is the human genome nearly identical to chimpanzee?—a reassessment of the literature
- Incomplete lineage sorting and other ‘rogue’ data fell the tree of life