Dr. Fabich, a native of Columbus, Ohio suburbs, earned his Bachelor of Science with honors from Ohio State University in Molecular Genetics performing scientific research in a cancer laboratory; and a Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma in Microbiology. Dr. Fabich taught at Tennessee Temple University (Chattanooga, Tennessee), Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia) and currently serves as Associate Professor of Microbiology at Truett McConnell University.
Continuing his research, Fabich actively does experiments on E. coli in the mammalian intestine, dividing the research equally into two distinct areas of intestinal colonization: the steps pathogens use to colonize the intestine and how commensal strains prevent pathogens from colonizing. Recent scientific accomplishments by Fabich include sequencing the genome for Citrobacter rodentium, an important scientific model for pathogenic E. coli. His important research is published in leading scientific journals such as Infection and Immunity and Genome Announcements, and is regularly cited in such prestigious journals as Nature and Science.
Like many students, Fabich was indoctrinated with an evolutionary worldview from preschool through his doctorate work. Originally, he tried to make evolution fit with the Bible. But finding that science actually alined far superiorly with the biblical perspective rather than the evolutionary one, his studies allowed him to conclude that the evolutionary theory was false.
Dr. Fabich also enjoys writing about such topics as the origin of life, ebola, the Zika virus, minimal genomes, and neo-modernism for Answers in Genesis and Reasons for Hope. His passion for biblical creation apologetics is evidenced in both his writing and his many lectures from a biblical perspective.
Dr. Fabich enjoys his coffee, doing creation-based research for publications, and of course, lecturing. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Angela. They have four children and reside in northern Georgia.