Dr. Peter Line
Lecturer in Anatomy and Physiology, B.AppSc. (Biophysics, Instrumental Science), MApp.Sc. (Neuroscience), Ph.D. (Neuroscience)
Peter Line’s undergraduate majors were in biophysics and instrumental science. After this, he completed Master and PhD degrees in the area of neuroscience, focussing on brain electrophysiology, and spent over a decade involved in such research. Subsequently, he has worked as a university lecturer, teaching in the area of anatomy and physiology for over a decade. Peter has had an interest in so-called hominid (or hominin, as is the more common term used these days) fossils for many years, and has published several articles on the subject (see select publications list below).
Selected Papers and Links:
Line, P. (2016). The mysterious Rising Star fossils, Journal of Creation, 30(3), 88-96.