FAZALE “FUZ” RANA discovered the fascinating world of cells while taking chemistry and biology courses for the premed program at West Virginia State College (now University). As a presidential scholar there, he earned an undergraduate degree in chemistry with highest honors. He completed a PhD in chemistry with an emphasis in biochemistry at Ohio University, where he twice won the Donald Clippinger Research Award. Postdoctoral studies took him to the Universities of Virginia and Georgia. Fuz then worked seven years as a senior scientist in product development for Procter & Gamble.
Research in biochemistry provided Fuz with the initial evidence that life must have been created. Today Fuz travels widely, speaking on science-and-faith issues at churches, business firms, and universities. Fuz also lectures for the Master of Science and Religion program in Christian Apologetics at Biola University.