|Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson|
|Deputy Director for Life Sciences|
|Problems with Evolution, Age of the Earth, Human Origins|
After receiving his Ph.D. in Cell and Developmental Biology from Harvard Medical School in 2009, Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson joined ICR as a Research Associate. While at Harvard, he assisted in adult stem cell research, specifically on the role of Vitamin D in regulating blood stem cells. Dr. Jeanson has a B.S. in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, where his research efforts involved working with single-cell algae to decipher molecular mechanisms of plant function. Additionally, he has submitted testimony to the Massachusetts governing bodies in opposition to human embryonic stem cell research and has been a panelist at the Massachusetts Citizens for Life convention. As Deputy Director for Life Sciences, Dr. Jeanson’s current research at ICR involves the investigation of molecular mechanisms of biological change from a young-earth perspective. He regularly contributes research articles to ICR's monthly magazine Acts & Facts and is the author of The Lost Treasures of Genesis and a contributor to Guide to Creation Basics and Creation Basics & Beyond.
Available resources by Nathaniel Jeanson:
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2014 . The genetics of common ancestry: New tools for identifying created ‘kinds.’ Creation Research Society Conference, Creation Museum, Petersburg, KY.
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2014 . Animal extinction on the young-earth timescale: Fossil occurrence data uncover a new, testable explanation. Creation Research Society Conference, Creation Museum, Petersburg, KY.
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2014 . Post-Flood speciation: Which mechanism is most probable? Creation Research Society Conference, Creation Museum, Petersburg, KY.
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2014 . Post-Flood biogeography: Mitochondrial DNA patterns define the timing and units of migration. Creation Research Society Conference, Creation Museum, Petersburg, KY.
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2014 . The Riddle of 6,000 Years: Genetic Clocks Confirm Recent Creation. Faith and Science Conference: Genesis & Genetics, Evangel University, Springfield, MO.
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2013 . Genetics and the historical Adam, part 2: The question of time. International Society of Christian Apologetics Annual Meeting, The Hope Center, Plano, Texas.
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2010 . Biological change, the Bible, and the beginning of species. International Society of Christian Apologetics Annual Meeting, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Nathaniel T. Jeanson. 2013 . Recent, functionally diverse origin for mitochondrial genes from ~2700 metazoan species. Answers Research Journal. 6:467–501.