Gaymon Bennett holds a master's degree from the Graduate Theological Union in
theological ethics and is currently a student in the doctoral studies program in
systematic theology. For three years he has served as Director of Communications
for the Science and Religion Course Program at the Center for Theology and the
Natural Sciences (CTNS) in Berkeley. At CTNS his research focuses on the
relationship between science, religion, society and culture, with particular
emphasis on bioethics. Additionally, he serves as research assistant to the
Ethics Advisory Board of the Geron Corporation, a company focusing on stem cell
research and therapeutics. He is a published author on the topic of genetics and
ethics as well as co-editor, with Ted Peters, of the upcoming volume, Bridging
Science and Religion.
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