Martinez Hewlett

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Martinez "Marty" Joseph Hewlett (born December 6, 1942) is Professor Emeritus of Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Arizona.[1] He received his PhD in 1973 and served in David Baltimore's laboratory. His specialty is researching Bunyaviridae.[2] He is an adjunct professor at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology of the Graduate Theological Union and a lay member of the Dominican Order.[3] Hewlett has written two books on the relationship between science and religion with Ted Peters,[4][5] as well as the novel Sangre de Cristo: A Novel of Science and Faith, republished as Divine Blood.[6][7]


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