PANEL: What's Next for Genetic Genealogy?

PANEL: What's Next for Genetic Genealogy?

by Dick Eastman, Roberta Estes, Yaniv Erlich

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PANEL: What's Next for Genetic Genealogy?


Aaron Godfrey hosts a panel of DNA experts including Yaniv Erlich, Roberta Estes and Dick Eastman to discuss the current state of DNA and what the future will bring. 


 
 

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Presenter: Dick Eastman

Dick Eastman is one of the most recognized names in the genealogy world. He has been involved in genealogy for more than 30 years after coming from the computer industry, working in hardware, software, and managerial positions. As a pioneer geneablogger, he uses technology to improve your family history experience.

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Presenter: Roberta Estes

Roberta Estes has been a professional scientist and business owner for over 25 years, as well as an obsessed genealogist since 1978. In 2005, reflecting her interest and expertise in genetics for genealogy, she formed DNAeXplain, a company providing individual analysis of DNA results and genealogical assistance.

Roberta Estes

Presenter: Yaniv Erlich

Dr. Yaniv Erlich is the Chief Science Officer of MyHeritage.com and an Associate Professor of Computer Science and Computational Biology at Columbia University (leave of absence). Prior to these positions, he was a Fellow at the Whitehead Institute, MIT. Dr. Erlich received his bachelor’s degree from Tel-Aviv University, Israel (2006) and a PhD from the Watson School of Biological Sciences at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (2010). Dr. Erlich’s research interests are computational human genetics. Dr. Erlich is a TEDMED speaker (2018), the recipient of DARPA’s Young Faculty Award (2017), the Burroughs Wellcome Career Award (2013), Harold M. Weintraub award (2010), the IEEE/ACM-CS HPC award (2008), and he was selected as one of 2010 Tomorrow’s PIs team of Genome Technology.

Yaniv Erlich