Dr. David Menton is a creation scientist, educator, speaker and author. He has a PhD in Biology from Brown University and was previously a medical school professor at Washington University School of Medicine. [dropcap]D[/dropcap]r. Menton was born in Mankato, Minnesota in 1938 and was baptized at a local conservative Lutheran church. Since early grades Dr. Menton had a strong interest in science of all kinds. While in grade school, he converted a small room in the basement into a well-equipped chemistry laboratory. Many of the birthday and Christmas gifts he received during childhood were of a scientific nature, including a chemistry set, mineralogy collection, microscope, telescope, and binoculars. This lifelong interest in science led to his study of biology and chemistry at Minnesota State University in Mankato, where he graduated with a BS degree in 1959. After a six month tour of active duty in the Army Reserves, Dr. Menton worked two years as a research laboratory technician at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. He left Mayo to do graduate work at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he received a PhD in biology in 1966. His thesis research dealt with the effects of essential fatty acid deficiency on the structure and epidermal barrier function of skin. Dr. David Menton’s interview can be seen in the Jurassic Dinosaur Documentary (click here for details) Dr. Menton is currently working for Answer In Genesis as a research and speaker. Being a part of Answers In Genesis provides Dr. Menton the opportunity to teach overseas as well as throughout the United States. Dr. Menton is also currently a contributor to the Creation Museum where he gives workshops four times a week and works on new exhibits being prepared for display. For more on Dr David Mention go to https://answersingenesis.org/ Credentials: Biomedical research technician at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota in the Department of Dermatology (1960–62). Associate Professor of Anatomy at Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri (1966–2000). Associate Professor Emeritus of Anatomy at Washington University School of Medicine (July 2000). Professional Activities: Former guest lecturer in gross anatomy. Former coursemaster of Microscopic Anatomy at Washington University School of Medicine. Former consulting editor in Histology for Stedman’s Medical Dictionary, a standard medical reference work. Honors/Awards/Associations Member of the American Association of Anatomists. Member of Sigma Xi. Silver Award for Basic Research from the American Academy of Dermatology. Given ‘Distinguished Service Teaching Award’ from Washington University School of Medicine in 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. Named ‘Teacher of the Year’ at Washington University School of Medicine in 1979. Elected ‘Professor of the Year’ in 1998 by the Washington University School of Medicine Class of 2000. Profiled in American Men and Women of Science: A Biographical Directory of Today’s Leaders in Physical, Biological and Related Sciences for almost two decades.