Pamela Acker holds a Master of Science degree in biology from The Catholic University of America. She has taught science in a variety of settings (from middle school to college) since 2008. She has also conducted research in vaccine delivery using T4 bacteriophage nanoparticles, and was briefly involved in researching novel gene regulation mechanisms in C. elegans. Ms. Acker’s research has given her a unique perspective both on the novel technology used in the COVID-19 vaccines and also the controversy regarding the use of the HEK-293 aborted fetal cell line in the development of pharmaceutical products. She has recently published two books, Vaccination: A Catholic Perspective through the Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation and a high school biology textbook that she co-authored with the founders of Angelic Doctor Academy.
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