I’m an undergrad at Duke University and about to finish my senior year. I’ll be graduating in May with a degree in Public Policy and a certificate in Genome Sciences and Policy. This blog is a byproduct of an assignment for a graduate-level class, Responsible Genomics, taught by Bob Cook-Deegan at the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy. I’ll be updating the blog with my findings and musings about personal genetic ancestry testing, my 23andMe results, and other interesting things that I discover. It’s also a way for me to connect and share with those in the genetic genealogy community.


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