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Finlay, Graeme

Graeme Finlay

Graeme Finlay is a cell biologist who teaches scientific pathology at the University of Auckland, and conducts his research in the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre. He has written actively to introduce Christians to the implications of comparative genome sequencing. His book Human Evolution: Genes Genealogies and Phylogenies (CUP) is his first full monograph. He has a degree in theology and is active as a lay preacher.

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