Are you looking curious about DNA- the newest popular tool in the genealogist's toolbox? Trying to figure out how to use your test results to break down your brick walls? Need help figuring out what test is best for you?
Join us and discuss your research successes or problem ancestors in an informal roundtable format at Genealogy World.Thanks to the SCGS DNA Interest Group and the Genetic Genealogy community, DNA World Roundtables will feature twelve tables in a separate room devoted to a variety of DNA topics (you asked, and we heard you!).
DNA World is scheduled for Friday morning, June 3. Session #1 will run from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and Session #2 will run from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
It's just one of a number of JamboFREE activities, which means it is open to the public and available to attend at no cost. (We would appreciate your registering in advance so we know how many people to expect.)
The list of table topics is still being finalized, but here's a list of possibilities that might be included:
Autosomal DNA Help
Autosomal Segment Matching from Intermediate to Advanced
Autosomal Triangulation for Beginners
Cousin, Surname, and Overseas Recruitment
DNA Testing with Emphasis on Endogamous (e.g. Askenazi)
DNA Testing with Emphasis on French
DNA Testing for Adoptees
DNA Testing for African AmericansGenetic Genealogy for Beginners
Selecting the Right DNA Test to Meet Your Needs
X chromosomal Questions
Y-DNA and Other Projects at Family Tree DNA
Y-DNA and Scottish Clans
Thanks to Bonnie Cook and Kathy Johnston, MD, for organizing the DNA World roundtables.
417 Irving Drive
Burbank, CA 91504