23andMe DNA Personal Reports

Undergraduate Continuing Education

Create your Autogenomography to Explore Your Ancestry

Students explore their ancestry and the genetic contributions of their “minor ancestors” using the 23andMe…

Undergraduate Continuing Education

Discover your Personal Family History

Objectives: Discover personal family History through first person interviews with family members. Understand and implement…

Undergraduate Graduate

Informed Consent Support Documents

These informed consent documents support Jeffery Moore’s research project and IRB process at the University…

*Our tests can be used to determine carrier status in adults, but cannot determine if you have two copies of the genetic variant. Each test is most relevant for people of certain ethnicities. The tests are not intended to diagnose a disease, or tell you anything about your risk for developing a disease in the future. On their own, carrier status tests are not intended to tell you anything about the health of your fetus, or your newborn child’s risk of developing a particular disease later in life.

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The 23andMe Education Program is designed to support and advance genetics education. By joining the community, educators and students will receive important updates from the 23andMe Education team about new educational resources, events, programs, and opportunities to engage with 23andMe. The 23andMe Education site is intended for U.S. Users only.