Quite alot. Why I should go through the lists when the burden of proof is on you, is beyond me. But to settle the matter quickly, I will oblige... not that the ToE begins and ends with biology, but many interdisciplinary fields, such as biochemistry, as you pointed out).
1. Stephen Meyer 2. Michael Behe 3. David Berlisnki 4. Paul Chien 5. Michael Newton 6. Jonathan Wells 7. Ray Bohlin 8. Walter Bradley 9. Cornelius Hunter 10. Dean Kenyon 11. Forrest Mims 12. Scott Minnich 13. J.P. Moreland 14. Henry Schaefer 15. Charles Thaxton 16. Kenneth Cumming 17. Robert Franks 18. Duane Gish 19. Fazale Rana 20. James Allen 21. Don Batten 22. David Catchpoole 23. Andrew Bosanquet 24. Kinberly Berrine 25. Vladamir Betina 26. Donald Chittick 27. David DeWitt 28. Geoff Downes 29. Andre Eggen 30. Dudley Eirich 31. Carl Fliermans 32. Dwain Ford 33. Maciej Giertych 34. D.B Gower 35. Kelly Hollowell 36. Bob Hosken 37. George Howe 38. Neil Huber 39. George Javor 40. Pierre Jerlstrom 41. Arthur Jones 42. John Kramer 43. Lane Lester 44. Ian Macreadie 45. John Marcus 46. John McEwan 47. Sally McEwan 48. David Menton 49. Angela Meyer 50. Albert Mills 51. Arlton Murray 52. Gary Parker 53. Georgia Purdom 54. Ariel Roth 55. Jonathan Safarti 56. Joachim Scheven 57. Timothy Standish 58. Esther Su 59. Royal Truman 60. Walter Veith 61. A.J. White 62. John Whitmore 63. Kurt Wise 64. Patrick Young 65. Henry Zuill
I have questions concerning 22 of the 65 individuals cited as having PhD degrees in a bioscience field.
According to my research 10 individuals actually have degrees in chemistry, not bioscience (including biochemistry). They are Schaefer, Thaxton, Rana, Chittick, Ford, McEwan (both), Safarti, White, and Young.
There are 6 individuals on which I am unable to properly determine credentials as the granting institution was not listed. They are Catchpoole, Bosanquet, Berrine, Betina, Huber, and Murray.
There are 3 individuals that hold philosophy and/or history of science Phds. They include Meyer, Newton, and Moreland.
There is one in Math, Berlinski, and one in engineering, Bradley. Franks is an MD.
Two individuals listed appear to not hold Phds. Sally McEwan apparently has an MSc in Chemistry and Forrest Mims, a BA in government.
Please feel free to correct me if I am wrong, my primary source was Answers in Genesis. Evidently from my research someone wanted to pad the list.
BTW, physical chemists are not bioscientist PhDs, nor are PhDs in philosophy, history, math, or materials science.