Michael J. Behe was graduated from Drexel University in 1974 with a Bachelor
of Science degree in Chemistry. He did his graduate studies in biochemistry at
the University of Pennsylvania and was awarded the Ph.D. in 1978 for his
dissertation research on sickle-cell disease. From 1978-1982 he did postdoctoral
work on DNA structure at the National Institutes of Health. From 1982-85 he was
Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Queens College in New York City, where he
met his wife. In 1985 he moved to Lehigh University where he is currently
Professor of Biochemistry. In his career he has authored over 40 technical
papers and one book, Darwins Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to
Evolution, which argues that living system at the molecular level are best
explained as being the result of deliberate intelligent design. Darwins Black
Box has been reviewed by the New York Times, Nature, Philosophy of Science,
Christianity Today, and over one hundred other periodicals. He and his wife
reside near Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, with their eight children.
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