Heather Zeiger

Heather Zeiger


Research Associate
Suite 2000
2001 W. Plano Parkway
Plano TX 75075
Phone: (972) 941-4572
E-mail: [email protected]
Probe Web Site: www.probe.org

Heather graduated magna cum laude from the University of Texas at Dallas with a B.S. in chemistry and a minor in government and politics. She received her M.S. in chemistry, also from UTD; her research was in organic synthesis and materials. She interned at Probe Ministries prior to graduate school and now serves with Probe as a Research Associate. Her interests involve science and culture issues, including bioethics, origins, and the environment. She is currently working on a M.A. in bioethics from Trinity International University. She is married to David, another former Probe intern and teacher at Trinity Christian Academy. You can find Heather’s updates on her web site: www.hz-probe.ministryhome.org.


Amniotic Stem Cells
Healthcare and the Common Good
Human Embryonic Stem Cells Go to Human Trials
A Meaningful World
Michael Moore’s Sicko Healthcare Perspective
The Mitchell Report: Christian Response to Steroids in Sports
Personhood and Origins
The Spiritual Brain
The Texas State Board of Education and Public School Content (David Zeiger as co-author)


“Amnionic Stem Cells.” The Conservative Voice (www.theconservativevoice.com – now townhall.com), January 10, 2007
“Can ID Contribute to Our Understanding of Genetics?” by Raymond G. Bohlin and Heather Zeiger Salvo, Issue 4 Winter 2008.
Book Review: “A Meaningful World,” Areopagus Journal, vol. 7, no. 6, November-December 2007.


A Christian View of the Mind and Brain
Evidence for the Existence of God
Genetic Engineering
Stem Cells
Teaching Bioethics in the Church