Ph.D. (1983), University of Toronto
M.Sc. (1977), University of Toronto
B.Sc. (1975), University of Toronto
- Cell and Molecular Biology (BIO-242)
- Perspectives on Evolution (BIO-335)
Gary Chiang received his PhD in Invertebrate Neurobiology from the U. of T. in 1982, and presently studies reproductive physiology in blood sucking insects. Besides his teaching and research in biology, he is the Director of the Arthur Custance Centre for Science and Christianity, a centre which explores the relationship between Science and Scripture.