Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D. (Genetics)
Jeffrey Tomkins has a Ph.D. in Genetics from Clemson University, an M.S. in Plant Science from the University of Idaho, and a B.S. in Agriculture Ed. from Washington State University. He was on the Faculty in the Dept of Genetics and Biochemistry at Clemson University for a decade, where he published 57 secular research papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals and seven chapters in scientific books in the areas of genetics, genomics, and proteomics. For the past six years, Dr Tomkins has been a Research Scientist at ICR specializing in genomics and bioinformatics research where he has published 24 peer-reviewed creation science journal papers, two books, and a wide variety of semi-technical articles in the ICR magazine Acts & Facts.
- Developmental gene regulatory networks—an insurmountable impediment to evolution
- Neutral Model, genetic drift and the Third Way—a synopsis of the self-inflicted demise of the evolutionary paradigm
- How reliable are genomes from ancient DNA?
- Solar-powered sea slugs defy evolution and horizontal gene transfer
- 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
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