Dr Robert Carter received his Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1992, spent four years teaching high school science, and went on to obtain his PhD in Coral Reef Ecology from the University of Miami in 2003.
Rob has studied the genetics of fluorescent proteins in corals and sea anemones and holds one patent on a particular fluorescent protein gene.
His current research involves looking for new genetic patterns in the human genome and the development of a Biblical model of human genetic history. Rob works as a speaker and scientist at CMI-US, and is passionate about displaying the Truthfulness of God’s word using science.
The human genome is anything but simple. In fact, it is a super-complex computer operating system that far exceeds anything created by humans to date. New revelations about how it works have surprised us, and the complexity of the code is nothing short of astounding. The genome, perhaps more than anything else, defies naturalistic evolutionary theory.