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Mark Armitage

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Mark H. Armitage

Mark H. Armitage was an Adjunct Professor of Biology at The Master's College from 1997-2000 and then an Adjunct Professor of Biology at Azusa Pacific University, a Christian college, from 1998-2002. He received his Masters Degree from the Institute for Creation Research Graduate School, and remains affiliated with the ICR, operating and maintaining a working electron microscopy lab there (SEM and TEM). He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Creation Research Society.

He graduated Ed.S. (summa cum laude) in May 2007 from Liberty University School of Education, and is currently a doctoral candidate at Liberty. He was awarded U.S Patent number 5,260,766 in November 1993 for an optical inspection device. He is internationally published in Parasitology Research (Germany) and Microscopy and Analysis (England) as well as in many U.S. Publications. He is currently installing a scanning and transmission electron microscope laboratory at the Creation Research Society's Van Andel Research Center near Prescott, AZ. He is president of the Southern California Society for Microscopy and Microanalysis, and is a member of the American Society of Parasitologists.


Mark H. Armitage, M.S.
597 Ventu Park Road, #304
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
E-mail: micromark@juno.com
626-969-5197

Publications

Creationist

Secular

  • Armitage, M.H. The Euryhaline Cottid Fish, Leptocottus armatus Girard 1854, Second Intermediate Host of the Trematode, Ascocotyle (Phagicola) diminuta Stunkard and Haviland 1924. Bulletin of the California Academy of Sciences 96(3): (1997) 112-116.
  • Armitage, M. H. 1999. The euryhaline gobiid fish, Gillichthys mirabilis Cooper 1864, second intermediate host of the trematode, Pygidiopsoides spindalis Martin 1951. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 98(2):75–79.

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