Tag Archives: FTDNA Conference 2009

Lessons from a Large DNA Project

At the recent Family Tree DNA 5th International Conference on Genetic Genealogy for Project Administrators, Robert D. McLaren presented a talk entitled “Lessons Learned from Running a Large Surname DNA Project.” Continue reading

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Time to the Most Recent Common Ancestor

At the recent Family Tree DNA 5th International Conference on Genetic Genealogy for Project Administrators, Dr. Michael Hammer of the University of Arizona discussed advances in calculating the time to the most recent common ancestor (TMRCA). Continue reading

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Privacy, Ethics, and DTC Legislation in DNA Testing

Two talks at the Family Tree DNA 5th International Conference on Genetic Genealogy for Project Administrators dealt with the related issues of privacy, ethics, and Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Legislation in DNA testing. Continue reading

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Back Home from the FTDNA Genetic Genealogy Conference

I just returned home from the Family Tree DNA 5th International Conference on Genetic Genealogy for Project Administrators held in Houston this past weekend. Continue reading

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Conference on Genetic Genealogy

Today I’m flying to Houston to attend the Family Tree DNA 5th International Conference on Genetic Genealogy for Project Administrators. Continue reading

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