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Jack Cuozzo

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Jack Cuozzo

Dr. Jack Cuozzo is an orthodontist who practiced for over 30 years in Glen Ridge, NJ, after serving as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Enterprise. He studied at Georgetown University, earning his biology major and philosophy minor, then went to the University of Pennsylvania to get his Doctor of Dental Science, and to Loyola University / Chicago Graduate School of Dentistry, where he earned his certificate of specialty in orthodontics.

In 1979, he began studying Neanderthal fossils with the aid of Wilton Krogman, who is known as the Father of Forensic Anthropology. He has written many books on human origins, and has continued to research Neanderthals. His paleoanthropological studies were conducted on specimens at museums in Paris, England, Belgium, Jerusalem, East Berlin, Washington D.C., Chicago, Harvard University, Southern Methodist Universities, and Paleolithic caves in Southern France. He was the first to take radiographs of Neanderthal fossils in France and subsequently in many other countries.[1]

Dr. Cuozzo was also the adjunct professor of biology at King's College working under Wayne Frair. He has published many books and articles on creation science, some of his best known being Buried Alive, he was one of the 50 scientists to contribute to the book In Six Days: Why Fifty Scientists Choose to Believe in Creation, and he was one of six authors to write When Christians Roamed The Earth.

Jack Cuozzo



  1. Ashton, John F, ed. (2000). In Six Days: Why Fifty Scientists Choose to Believe in Creation. Green Forest, AR: Master Books. p. 288-289. ISBN 0-89051-341-4. 

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