Todd Wood, PhD – Biologist
Expertise: Biochemistry and Bioinformatics
Movie focus: Diversification of animals according to created kinds
Dr. Wood has a BS in Biology from Liberty University in Virginia (1994) and a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Virginia (Charlottesville, 1999).
Immediately following his PhD work at Virginia, Dr. Wood accepted a position as the Director of Bioinformatics at the Clemson University Genomics Institute (Clemson, South Carolina). After working for about two years at Clemson University, Dr. Wood accepted a faculty position at Bryan College (Dayton, Tennessee) in 2002.
He is now president of the Core Academy of Science.
- Four Women, a Boat, and Lots of Kids: A Reevaluation of Mitochondrial Eve
- Looking Back and Moving Forward
- Species Variability and Creationism
- The Current Status of Baraminology
- Mediated Design
- The Human Genome:A Creationist Overview
- Creation and Carnivory in the Pitcher Plants of Nepenthaceae and Sarraceniaceae
- An Evaluation of Homo naledi and “Early” Homo from a Young-Age Creationist Perspective
- Estimating the Statistical Significance of Hominin Encephalization
- Two Kinds of Varmints: The Baraminology of Raccoons (Procyon lotor) and Opossums (Didelphis virginiana)
- Ancient mtDNA Implies a Nonconstant Molecular Clock in the Human Holobaramin
- Baraminology, the Image of God, and Australopithecus sediba