University of Cambridge
Yonghua Ge studied physics as an undergraduate at Fudan University in China. After obtaining a master's degree in physics in the U.S., he taught math and science in China for four years before going for his second master's degree in Christian Studies (philosophy and theology) at Regent College, Canada. In 2011, he moved to the University of Cambridge, where he completed his PhD thesis on creatio ex nihilo in Augustine and Aquinas. Currently, he is a post-doctorate researcher at Jesus College, Cambridge, working on creatio ex nihilo and ancient Chinese thought, funded by the John Templeton Foundation. Starting this fall, he will be a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Regent College.