Dr. Gregory Wray is Professor of Biology at Duke University. His research focuses on the evolution of gene regulation. His love of nature began as a child growing up in India, where his parents served as missionaries. He attended Woodstock School in the foothills of the Himalayas, a hotspot of biodiversity set in a majestic landscape. He completed his undergraduate studies in biology at the College of William and Mary and his doctorate at Duke University before carrying out post-doctoral research at Indiana University and the University of Washington.
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New Body Plan Emergence: An Evolutionary Biologist Tackles an ID Argument Against Common Ancestry
An evolutionary biologist takes a look at embryo mutations and formation to examine the modularity of gene function that assists in evolution.