Ph.D or post-doc assistantship in plant evolution/biogeography at ...
The successful applicant will choose one or more of these plant families to: generate flow cytometry data aimed at determining ploidy levels; generate nuclear DNA sequences and infer species trees; incorporate ecological data to investigate issues of niche conservatism vs. niche evolution in the selected groups. Requirements: Demonstrated experience in molecular, phylogenetic and flow-cytometry methods and/or ecological niche modeling will be highly valued in the selection process. Excellent knowledge of the English language, written and oral, required. Familiarity with additional European [more...]
Date: 2010-06-04 13:05:00
PaleoBabble » King Tut DNA Family Tree
King Tut DNA Family Tree. Posted by MSH under: Ancient Egypt; Ancient Studies & Technology . Another high-quality post from the KV64 blog on this issue. The post includes a link to a National Geographic web page that illustrates the [more...]
Date: 2010-08-27 02:16:28
Week of Winners Giveaway #6: GeneTree
What do you get when you combine mouth wash, genealogy, and science together in one package? The GeneTree DNA Test Kit* Are you saying, “Huh?” right about now? Well stick with me. When the folks at GeneTree approached me with this giveaway, my response was about the same. I mean, let’s face it–my experience with DNA would be limited to an evening with CSI Miami and Horatio Caine…hmmm…not a bad thought, but not where we’re headed. With the use of a simple mouthwash solution GeneTree will help you discover branches of your ancestry that you may never have know existed. GeneTree [more...]
Date: 2009-09-29 06:20:28
Why Test Dna For Genealogy?Trace My Family Tree – Family Tree Trail
Testing DNA for genealogy is becoming increasingly common with people around the world. A lot of people test DNA with the hopes of finding out more about their past. A DNA test can reveal a lot about you and your ancestors. [more...]
Date: 2010-09-24 07:38:01
LOOK: How to Do Everything Genealogy RRP: —-! On Sale Now: Price ...
How to Do Everything: Genealogy, Second Edition explores basic rules of genealogical evidence, evaluation of source materials, research methods, and successful techniques for web-based research. You’ll get new information on DNA-based records, social networking sites, blogs, podcasts, the latest hardware and software, and much more. Set up and organize your family tree Place your ancestors into context and locate essential records of their lives Trace census, immigration, church, cemetery, military, and property records in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. Locate and access document [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 00:51:07
Newspaper Rock: "Actual Indian" defined
In Jocks Aren't Good Role Models, a correspondent questioned my use of the term “actual Indian.” She thought I was referring mainly to “full-blooded” Indians. No, I wasn’t—not even close. In this blog I’m usually inclusive about whom I label an Indian. The short version of who’s an “actual Indian” is “anyone whom Indians accept as an Indian.” More precisely, when Indians talk about who’s an Indian, here’s what I think they’re talking about—and therefore what I’m talking about. I’d say anyone who meets one or more of these criteria qualifies as an Indian. 1) [more...]
Date: 2008-11-07 07:05:00
Upgrade sale at FTDNA: 8 July - 19 July 2010
A link to the login page is provided below. ALL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED AND PAID FOR BY MIDNIGHT JULY 19th TO RECEIVE THE SALE PRICE. http://www.familytreedna.com/login.aspx A notice of this sale has been sent to those customers who qualify for these Y-DNA upgrades. We would also like to take this opportunity to inform you that registration has begun for The 6th Annual Conference on Genetic Genealogy for Group Administrators, which will be taking place on October 30-31, 2010. You can find more about it here As always, we appreciate your continued support. Bennett Greenspan President Family [more...]
Date: 2010-07-08 21:34:00
DNA Reveals the Ties that Bind
Fortunately, a new tool has appeared in the family history arsenal. Upon my return home, I ordered the DNA kit from FamilyTreeDNA.com. As I am the daughter of a McMillen, I am unable to use my own DNA for this project. However, my father is an excited participant who submitted his test samples in 2007. We've experienced marvelous results. I have been welcomed into the online family study group where we all ponder each other's DNA and the implications of the results. While I am "dumber than dirt" about DNA, other family members have become DNA scholars. They analyze the data and collate it [more...]
Date: 2008-09-15 11:10:00
Family Tree DNA to Host Their 6th International Conference on ...
designated DNA testing company for their Genographic Project, a history-making study of the migrations of mankind. To date, the company has processed more than 300,000 Genographic Project DNA tests. Family Tree DNA’s own laboratory-the Genomics Research Center-participated in the Genographic Project’s first published paper and other scientific papers. Offering the most popular and wide-ranging DNA-testing service in the field of genetic genealogy, Family Tree DNA prides itself on its commitment to the practice of solid, ethical science. Since its beginnings, the company has associated [more...]
Date: 2010-08-12 00:47:09
Panel packs perspectives on race
The presentation began by showing a clip from the documentary “The Human Family Tree – A Migratory History of the Human Race,” which is about the Genographic project by National Geographic. The five-year project gathered DNA from people all over the world and managed to trace the geographical origin of human genes back thousands of years to Africa. It was only about 60,000 years ago that humans began to migrate to other continents, only 2,000 generations, or a blink of the biological eye. Hutchinson picked up the topic of the biology of race from there. He talked about how the study of [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 15:00:13
Long-extinct passenger pigeon finds a place in the family tree (10 ...
With bits of DNA extracted from century-old museum specimens, researchers have found a place for the extinct passenger pigeon in the family tree of pigeons and doves, identifying for the first time this unique bird's closest living avian relatives. The new analysis, which appears this month in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, reveals that the passenger pigeon was most closely related to other ... No link between genetic ancestry, asthma response in African-Americans [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 07:00:00
Think Out Loud Sizing Up Your Genes · Oregon Public Broadcasting
Now, a host of startup companies are selling at-home kits that promise to unlock the secrets of customers' DNA in a matter of weeks. Intel employees, who get a discounts from two genetic testing companies, use the tests to reveal their genetic predisposition to everything from cancer to cellulite. But many in the medical community are skeptical of the tests' legitimacy, and the U.S. Government Accountability Office recently released a report calling the tests "misleading" and accusing the companies administering them of "questionable practices." Have you elected to use genetic testing? If [more...]
Date: 2010-08-11 16:00:00
An Army of Ermas: Sometimes you vote, sometimes you don't
There is at least one high-volume political debate before everyone leaves. That’s your family tree. You also get no vote on your DNA. Whether you are tall, short, chunky, or skinny is largely determined by your genes. Sure, you were hoping that Aunt Fannie’s posterior would skip a generation or that somehow the physique of an NFL linebacker would have been spliced into your genes somewhere. That’s natural. If you, like me, are vertically challenged, you will understand how all-important the half-inch is. Mr. Schrock laughs when I declare myself to be 4 feet 11-1/2 [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 13:00:00
VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Henry Louis Gates on Malcolm Gladwell's ...
Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates is continuing his series of DNA and genealogical inquiries into the makeup of various celebrities. The usual pattern is that the celebrities turn out to be a little whiter than they had hoped. For example, Mexican-American actress Eva Longoria turned out to 70% European, which disappointed her because she thought she’d be more like 70% nonwhite. Now Gates has an article in The Root about New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell’s genealogy. Gladwell’s own discussions of his family tree (English on his father’s side, Northwest European, Jewish, and middle [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 23:40:26
Ancestry DNA Testing| Information | homeDNAdirect.com.au Blog
Ancestry DNA testing: A General Overview Posted on | August 13, 2010 | No Comments There are many reasons to carry out ancestry DNA testing; ancestry testing can tell you so much about your history and ancestors, that which you cannot find out any other way than by doing such a test. The test will link you to your deep and far back geogenetic roots going back thousands and thousands of years. Moreover, it can help all the more those who are clueless or simply wish to know more about their ancestral origins. To trace you ancestral origins, you will be provided with an ancestry testing kit. [more...]
Date: 2010-08-13 10:50:48
Early Settlers of Spanish and Mexican Land Grants
(http://www.samford.edu/schools/ighr/) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators. The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists. Family Tree DNA (http://www.familytreedna.com/) and other cooperative ventures, including the National Geographic Society's Genographic Project and AfricanDNA.com, now comprise the largest non-medical DNA testing program in the world. Family [more...]
Date: 2008-08-21 04:49:00
Clan Colquhoun Blog: Calhoun Project: Family Tree DNA
Family Tree DNA had a booth at the event conveened by Cynthia Ann Wells. Even though all the information you need is at their website, it was great to acutally talk to a representative face to face. I had originally signed up for the Calhoun Project, but after I found out a little more I realized ideally every match you make should be someone who bears your last name (yourself, your father, his father, etc.). I've switched my "membership" to the Hodges Project. You are notified for any match you have no matter what name it's matched with. What's interesting is I, and several other people [more...]
Date: 2009-04-21 10:33:00
Family Tree DNA Announcement on Family Finder
Population Finder determines the percentages of different ancestries that comprise your genetics by matching your DNA data from the Family Finder test against data from multiple populations from around the world**. Based on your DNA, Population Finder will assign your sample to 1-4 population groups, giving the corresponding percentages of your genetic makeup. The Family Finder Test lets [more...]
Date: 2010-09-27 17:30:00
Is DNA Testing in America Today Reliable?
DNA is acquaint with in practically all section of not solitary the being group except in entirely source of revenue things. The DNA is stored in the nucleus, which is regarded in the function of the understanding concentrate of the cell, in addition to proviso all DNA were threadbare commencing its spaghetti comparable makeup it would stand up near so far above the ground being a man. DNA is time and again referred headed for in the same way as the molecule of heredity, what this DNA is liable representing the genetic reproduction of a large amount inherited traits. This is why DNA testing [more...]
Date: 2010-10-09 07:08:15
Historical Melungeons Latest Posts / Blog Profile
In early 2010, genetic ancestry testing company Family Tree DNA announced that it would begin offering a new genetic genealogy product (see ‚??Announcing Family Finder ‚?? An Autosomal Test From Family Tree DNA‚?ù). [more...]
Date: 2008-03-10 17:58:13
ResourceBlog Article: Genealogy Research: DNA Results to be Added ...
In the coming months, Ancestry.com will release technology that captures DNA test results in an ever-expanding, searchable database. Using this database, users can easily identify distant cousins and tap into thousands of hours of already-completed genetic genealogical research, breaking through family tree dead-ends or barriers such as missing or inaccurate records and name changes. Ancestry.com is also developing technology that will allow users to integrate DNA results with the historical documents already in their online family trees. Category: Source [more...]
Date: 2007-06-21 00:26:00
Neanderthals: Out of the Family Tree & Into Our Roots - Friendly Fire
It turns out that Europeans and Asians get 4% of our DNA from our Neanderthal forbearers. Somewhere in the Middle East (wouldn't you know!) we got together under the desert skies. Instead of trading in beads, we exchanged genetic information. Accusing someone of being a Neanderthal was an insult--at least it was last week. It implied a crude, primitive and brutish caveman. It certainly did not imply sophistication. Now everything has changed. Our cousins, the Neanderthals, turn out not to be as far removed as we once thought. In fact our newly recognized ancestors are about to get a makeover [more...]
Date: 2010-05-10 22:54:37
Searching for cellular switches
As he “engaged science further” as an undergraduate at the University of California, San Diego, he began to appreciate how those basic atoms and molecules came together to create the building blocks of life, such as DNA, RNA and the proteins that control the body."Understanding these basic components of life made me want to further explore how biology, chemistry and physics met at a molecular interface within cells," Buchler said. He first chose to focus on physics then directed his studies more toward biology and theory as a doctoral student at the University of Michigan in Ann [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 04:00:00
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter: Family Tree DNA Launches ...
Houston, TX – February 16, 2010 - Family Tree DNA, the pioneer and largest DNA testing company for genealogy purposes, is launching today their newest test – named Family Finder – which will allow connecting with family members across all ancestral lines. “This is the most exciting genetic genealogy breakthrough since the company launched its Y-DNA test, which uncovers relatives in the direct paternal line”, says Bennett Greenspan, founder and CEO of Family Tree DNA. Initially available to current Family Tree DNA members, Family Finder will be offered to the general public in [more...]
Date: 2010-02-17 01:32:09
Family Tree DNA upgrade sale
The top stories & events concerning Scottish ancestral research, with news from around the UK and beyond. If you would like to share details of a new product release, lecture, event, or news of interest to others researching their ancestry, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be only too happy to help - the service is FREE. If you would like to quote from this blog, please do so, but please credit the Scottish GENES blog as the source with a link. [more...]
Date: 2009-05-16 10:22:00
At Home DNA Testing | option trading strategies
The evolution of the test in past years has turned DNA testing into a popular tool for determining ancestry. The test also helps in determining if two people are related or descend from the same ancestor. Although DNA has been around for many years now, the cost has dropped enough to be affordable to average individuals interested in tracing their roots. Home DNA test kits can now be ordered over the Internet or through the mail at a cost of less than $ 300 per test. The kit usually contains a swab or mouthwash that can help collect a sample of cells from the inside the mouth. The samples can [more...]
Date: 2010-10-02 03:56:48
What's That Mutt: A big surprise in Nanai's family tree
Canine Heritage's Web site explains that "In the Mix" breeds are ones that "that have the least amount of influence on your pet's composition, however, they still appear, at a low and measurable amount, in your pet's DNA." And in Nanai's DNA: English Coonhound and, believe it or not, Bernese Mountain Dog. The hound would explain Nanai's tracking behavior and her baying howl when left alone, and the Bernese Mountain Dog would explain her herding instinct. As for her love of water, well, apparently that's just her own personal quirk! Nanai's DNA-test results certainly prove that a dog who [more...]
Date: 2010-09-20 13:40:02
Family Tree DNA summer sale
Family Tree DNA have announced their sizzling summer sale which runs until 25th June. The following tests are reduced for the duration of the [more...]
Date: 2010-06-06 22:04:00
Family Tree DNA Adoptee Project
If you, or your child, are unsure of a biological family tree lineage, and would like a source to give some clues and answers, you might want to take a peak at what Family Tree DNA Adoptee Project offers. My father is in a couple of DNA projects for genealogical research purposes. Through a match, (someone matched him and over a dozen other Spiveys) an adopted gentleman realized his biological surname is most likely Spivey. From that information, he is searching for men named Spivey that lived in the area he was born in (California). We did initially tease my dad, but this gentleman [more...]
Date: 2010-05-13 19:38:22
FTDNA Summer Sale 2010 -- Extended
Sorry, I'm still at fiddle camp but until I return, if you've been wanting to test yourself or sponsor another. Family Tree DNA (the lab we recommend) has just extended their Y-DNA37 test (the test we recommend) through June 30th. Here are the details: Y-DNA37 for $119 (Regular price would be $149) Y-DNA67 for $199 (Regular price would be $239) Y-DNA37+mtDNA for $159 (Combined test would cost $238) Kit must be ordered and paid for by June 30th, 2010 to qualify for the Summer Sale pricing. By way of P.S. and in [more...]
Date: 2010-06-25 22:39:00
Do the DNA Results Support the Story?
The Essential Guide to Tracing Your Family and Trace Your Roots With DNA. Megan confirmed my initial thoughts and suggested that I have one of mom’s cousins and another descendant of the suspected line tested to confirm the results, etc. Hopefully testing one or two of mom’s surviving first cousins won’t be an issue but I will have to wait until the next big sale before I can do that. Testing another descendant of the suspected line is a problem since I currently know of no other descendants outside my great grandmother Fannie's branch of the tree. You are probably wondering how mom [more...]
Date: 2010-08-19 05:02:00
07/09/2010: Family Tree DNA announces Y-DNA Upgrade Sale
To order this special offer, log in to your personal page and click on the special offers link in the left hand navigation bar. A link to the login page is provided below. ALL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED AND PAID FOR BY MIDNIGHT JULY 19th TO [more...]
Date: 2010-07-09 16:24:17
Don't Let Love Get Lost – Preserve it Using DNA
If they are alive, have them take a DNA test. If they are no longer with us, it’s usually possible to find a relative who can take the test instead. (We can help you with that if you need it.) When you are tracing the family of one ancestor, it is also a good idea to know the DNA of their spouse. Chances are you can learn more about grandpa through exploring grandma’s records and connections. Each DNA test you add to your genetic family tree gives you a better picture of your family. And it preserves your family’s DNA, genealogy, and legacy of love for generations to come. (images from [more...]
Date: 2010-02-16 17:09:44
How Can Dna Testing Help Me With My Genealogy?Trace My Family Tree ...
Ever wondered if DNA testing could help you discover who your ancestors were or where they were from? Now you can find that out with such a test. Testing DNA was made popular by the numerous high – profile paternity tests and criminal [more...]
Date: 2010-08-27 09:55:00
Date: 2010-08-30 10:13:07
Special Discount Offer on Genographic Public Participation Kits ...
Test your DNA to find out how your ancient ancestor's journey fits into the human family tree. Click here to purchase a Genographic Public Participation Kit and receive 10% off the retail price from today through September 15. Or use discount code GENHUFA09 at checkout at the online store only. You will be able to compare your results with those featured in The Human Family Tree by logging into your results page after the film premieres on the National Geographic Channel, August 30th at 9 pm [more...]
Date: 2009-08-18 17:50:54
Dog DNA Test to Track Your Dog Ancestry Family Tree
Since we are now living in the networking era, you can use internet as your source of dog DNA information. You can find the provider that you interest with. Since your dog can be your friend. It is not wrong trying to understand your dog. So, you can give the best treatment and method of training for your dog. Related Articles : Dog Training Supplies is One Thing We Need to Make Our Dog Attached with Us How to Choose Big Dog Clothing Dealing with Dog Allergies How To Get Rid Of The Dog Fleas Problems Dogs [more...]
Date: 2010-10-01 10:20:08
Guide to Ethnic Ancestry DNA Testing: How to Prove Your Ethnicity
To learn how DNA testing can help you identify and confirm Native American ancestry, see Indian DNA Test. If you want to confirm Jewish ancestry, read this article by the founder of Family Tree DNA. Return from Ethnic Ancestry Intro to DNA Testing [more...]
Date: 2010-05-24 16:03:03
06/06/2010: Family Tree DNA announces sizzling summer sale!
Here is a link to the registration page for our Phillips DNA project: http://www.familytreedna.com/group-join.aspx?Group=Phillips. If you need any advice or help ordering your test kit, please do not hesitate to contact [more...]
Date: 2010-06-06 16:30:39
Virginia Family Tree Genealogy: Family Tree DNA Results Arrive ...
According to the web page, that message has been displayed on the site since Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 4:00:57 PM. Why is Family Tree DNA partnered with a site that has been down for apparently seven months? I have also recently had several people complain that they have waited a long time for DNA test results from FTDNA. There must be something going on with them to be so disorganized. To top it off, after all of this waiting, they cannot tell us which Haplogroup Charlie belongs to and there are only eight matches in their database of 139,861 Y-DNA records at the 12-marker level (but all [more...]
Date: 2008-11-18 21:25:00
FTDNA Family Finder test
(BUSINESS WIRE)--Family Tree DNA, the first and largest genealogical DNA testing company, today announced the launch of the Family Finder DNA test for connecting family members across all ancestral lines. The test utilizes Affymetrix’ recently launched Axiom™ genotyping technology and the GeneTitan® System to confidently match a wide range of family relationships within five generations. Family Finder represents a major advancement over earlier genealogical tests, which revealed only connections along specific paternal lines (for males) or maternal lines (males or females). [more...]
Date: 2010-05-15 07:13:00
That's Just Indian In My Family | Clutch Magazine: The Digital ...
You'd be surprised what you learn when you trace your family tree (aside from the negativity that comes within the family; i.e. jealousy, beef about different skin tones, eye colors, hair etc. .... Why not DNA map to find your African roots ? Either way, while I find the subject intriguing, and i applaud anyone who takes the time out to uncover their history, I am disturbed that the deeper implication seems to be that to be simply black ain't good enough. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 04:06:51
Family Tree Dna Forum
http://www.genealogysites.info/family-tree-dna-forum.html. Then, you can take this information and share it with those that are around you including your children. In any case, it is often the case that you will need to seek out the [more...]
Date: 2006-07-25 19:37:29
A Place for the Passenger Pigeon
The extinct passenger pigeon now occupies a better understood place within the family tree of pigeons and doves. Scientists from the Illinois Natural History Survey at the University of Illinois used DNA extracted from museum specimens to analyze the passenger pigeon's genetic makeup. By comparing the DNA of the extinct pigeons to that of living pigeons and doves, the researchers were able to determine the passenger pigeon's closest living relatives. It was previously thought that passenger pigeons were related most closely to mourning doves. But the recent analysis showed that passenger [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 00:30:27
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter: GeneTree is Now Out of Beta
A new Y-DNA genetic test enables individuals to research paternal line connections of a male relative, and complements GeneTree’s existing maternal line mtDNA test. Y-DNA results show ancestry and connections to DNA cousins within the past few hundred years.The opportunity to find and connect with “lost” or unknown extended family members through the world’s most extensive correlated genetic genealogy database is a compelling GeneTree feature. “My 82-year-old mother was almost in tears when I told her we had found a branch of our family that we had lost touch with long ago,” said [more...]
Date: 2009-03-09 18:36:04
The Genetic Genealogist | Family Tree DNA Reaches 500000 DNA ...
HOUSTON, February 9, 2009 (For Immediate Release) – Family Tree DNA (http://www.familytreedna.com), the world leader in genetic genealogy, announced today that it received its 500,000th DNA test order for genealogy and anthropology purposes. This number of historic significance includes Family Tree DNAâ€™s own customers as well as the public participation samples in National Geographic and IBMâ€˜s Genographic Project (www.nationalgeographic.com/genographic), which are also processed by Family Tree DNA. Founded in April 2000, Family Tree DNA was the first company to develop the [more...]
Date: 2009-02-13 00:51:59
Extinct bird has living relative! - PetHobbyist.com Site Blog
With bits of DNA extracted from century-old museum specimens, researchers have found a place for the extinct passenger pigeon in the family tree of pigeons and doves, identifying for the first time this unique bird's closest living avian relatives. The new analysis, which appears this month in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, reveals that the passenger pigeon was most closely related to other North and South American pigeons, and not to the mourning dove, as was once suspected. Naturalists have long lamented that one of North America's most spectacular birds was also one of the first [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 00:04:54
Nature Canada Blog: New discovery refutes old assumptions about ...
The Passenger Pigeon has been extinct for almost 100 years, but with the help of museum specimens and DNA analysis, we're still learning new information a bout the bird's evolutionary history and its place on the tree of life. The Passenger pigeon was once one of North America’s most spectacular birds but was sadly one of the first to be driven to extinction by humans. The Passenger Pigeon once flocked to the skies in millions, covering more than a kilometre-wide swath of sky, but in the early 1800s, hunting sprees coupled with habitat destruction drove the Passenger Pigeon to extinction. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 19:09:00
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter: Familybuilder Introduces ...
”We are very excited by the reception we received for our highly affordable DNA test kit by the 250+ attendees of the conference. To date, using DNA testing for genealogy purposes has been cost prohibitive. Now, with our DNA test priced under $60.00, we’re opening the doors of DNA-based genealogy research up for millions of people. Thank you for welcoming our family into yours, ISGS!” By combining its social networking prowess with over 20 million family tree profiles built across its global network via Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, Orkut and Hi5, and the lowest price point found [more...]
Date: 2008-10-25 15:17:46
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: JGSLA 2010: DNA test ...
9.30-10.45am: "From DNA to genetic genealogy: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask," with Steve Morse. 2.05-3.15pm: Having trouble understanding your test results? Make sure to attend Judy Simon's "Jewish Geography and DNA: A Player's Guide." 8-9.15am Breakfast with the Experts: "Jews, genes and genetics & Unlocking the medical secrets in your family tree," Adele Schneider and Gary Frolich. Session continues, 9.15-10.30am. 10.45-noon: "Beyond the Y chromosome, tracing your genealogy with the 'other' DNA," Bennett Greenspan. 10.45-noon: "Jewish genetic diseases: Ashkenazi and [more...]
Date: 2010-07-02 03:24:00