For some, the subjects of science and religion are at odds. There is a choice: science or religion? For others, the two topics are beautifully compatible, both essential in the continual search for truth and knowledge.
In Boston, the nation’s life sciences hub, Latter-day Saint scientists often find that their religious beliefs correspond well with their research in the lab or their training in the classroom. Here are the stories of three Mormon scientists who believe you don’t need to choose between science and religion.
Trang Thach Hickman
Program Manager, Adult Hydrocephalus Program, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Trang Thach Hickman first learned about the LDS Church as a five-year-old who had recently emigrated to the U.S. from Vietnam.