Monday, July 16, 2018

UGA DNA SIG: "Cruising the Chromosomes" by Stephanie Saylor

Be sure to register for the upcoming Utah Genealogical Association DNA SIG webinar, "Cruising the Chromosomes" by Stephanie Saylor. It's tomorrow, July 17th at 7:00 MDT.
Registration is open to UGA members only, so consider joining today at https://ugagenealogy.org/.  The UGA DNA SIG holds monthly webinars featuring top genetic genealogists, and archived webinars are available to all UGA members.  To register sign in at https://ugagenealogy.org/  or check out the DNA SIG link for a list of upcoming webinars open to the public.


Come and cruise some chromosome browsers and take a drive to a smoother ride through your genetic genealogy research. Tour multiple chromosome browsers to see how it can expand your horizons. Discover what different results mean. Get hints on how to use this tool in your research by working along with the class through three activities designed to help participants understand how to use different aspects of chromosome browsers in their personal research. We will cover the chromosome browsers offered at 23andMe and FamilyTreeDNA, as well as how the GEDmatch chromosome browsers work with all 3 major testing companies.
Bio:
Stephanie holds a degree in Biology and actively worked in research for several years before completing several genetic-genealogical-related courses, including the Advanced DNA course at the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy and the Advanced DNA Practicum at the Forensic Genealogy Institute. The presentations and workshops, she gives combine her background with a firm belief in sound research and a love of genealogy. Stephanie Saylor is an active professional genetic genealogist.



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