DNA Special Interest Group

This special interest discussion group is aimed at those wanting to get the most out of their DNA results. It is facilitated by international DNA expert, Debbie Kennett. Sessions are held quarterly, but there is no obligation to attend on a regular basis. First time attendees are always welcomed. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and to gain ideas for how you can used your results to solve questions and break down brick walls. All levels of expertise with interpreting DNA results welcome from beginner level to experienced. 

Tickets are £5 (society members £4). Pre-booking is required however, as full joining instructions will be sent by email to all attendees in advance. Bookings close one day before the event.

To be able to join in this discussion group, you will need a computer device which has speakers and a microphone. Ideally, also a webcam. You need to be able to access your emails from this device. First-time users will be asked to download a small piece of software to enable you to use the online conferencing software. This will be sent to you in advance. Technical help is available for those who need further assistance, please contact bo*****@be******.uk

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Date

Sat 13 Apr

Time

14:30 - 16:30

Tickets

£5.00

Location

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Website
https://berksfhs.org
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Organiser

The Centre - Berkshire FHS
Email
booking@berksfhs.org.uk
Website
https://berksfhs.org/branches/
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Speaker

  • Debbie Kennett
    Debbie Kennett

    Debbie is an internationally recognised expert on genetic genealogy. She is the author of two books: “DNA and Social Networking” and “The Surnames Handbook”. She is an Honorary Research Associate in the Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment at University College London. She has written widely about DNA testing both for the family history press and in academic journals, and is often cited in the media.