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Dr. Michael Brown is the Director and Principal Researcher of the Molecular History Research Center. He graduated with a Ph. D. in Biology with an emphasis in Molecular Biology from Loma Linda University in 1987 "Isolation and Cloning of fX174 n' Recognition Site: Characterization of Mutant Forms". While at L.L.U. he recieved three awards: One award was for meritorious research from the Western Student Medical Research Forum of the American Federation for Clinical Research (now the American Federation For Medical Research; The other awards, the Edmund C. Jaeger Award, was given twice for indicating potiential in contributing to the field of Biology.
Dr. Brown has taught college courses in Biochemistry and Biology at Antillian College (now Antillian Adventist University) in Puerto Rico and Walla Walla College (now Walla Walla University) in College Place Washington.
Why did I ever become a Creationist? outlines how Dr. Brown became convicted that the Bible gives a correct view of history and the future.
Why would Creation Science and Prophecy be linked together? outlines what Dr. Brown decided to do with his convictions.
Interests range from astronomy, computer programing, amateur radio, photography, to bicycling, backpacking, and flying. He also enjoys playing his french horn. Presently he plays in the various orchestral and ensemble organizations of Woodland Productions. In his previous location, Mike was a member of the Walla Walla Symphony for at least 10 years. At the same time he was also a member of the Inland Northwest Orchestra, and the Walla Walla Brass Ensemble. Toward the end of his time at Walla Walla, Mike participated with the Oregon East Symphony
and in addition, he was occasionally asked to join the Mid Columbia Symphony as an extra to round out their horn section.