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Will Brooks

Dr. Brooks is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee where he received a B.S. degree in Chemistry. Will went on to receive a Ph.D. in Cell Biology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Having served previously as a Research Assistant in Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology within the UAB School of Medicine, Dr. Brooks presently serves as Assistant Professor of Biology at Freed-Hardeman University where he teaches a variety of courses including Human Anatomy & Physiology, Cell Biology, and Genetics. Will is also actively involved in research and has published his work in high tier professional journals, including The Journal of Biological Chemistry and Oncogene. His research focuses on characterizing novel proteins that play roles in the eukaryotic cell cycle. Dr. Brooks has received a number of academic awards including being named the top Chemistry major in his undergraduate class as well as the top Cell Biology doctoral student at UAB. [view speaking schedule]

Recent Articles by Will Brooks

Footprints of NONSentient Design Inside the Human Genome
by Will Brooks, Ph.D.

Of Apes and Men: Chromosome 2 in Humans and the Chimpanzee
by Will Brooks, Ph.D.

A Response to the 21st Century Science Coalition Standards of Science Education
by Will Brooks, Ph.D. and Joe Deweese, Ph.D.

The RNA World Hypothesis Explained and Unexplained
by Kathleen Hamrick and Will Brooks, Ph.D.

Biological Clocks: Evidence for a Clockmaker
by Will Brooks, Ph.D.

Creationism and Academia: Mutually Exclusive?
by Will Brooks, Ph.D.




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