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23andMe Genotype and Phenotype of Lactose Intolerance

This lesson was presented at the Association for Molecular Pathology’s Science Educator Workshop in November,…

Elementary School Middle School High School Undergraduate Continuing Education

23andMe Human Pre-History Introduction

Students will be introduced to human evolution: from our early beginnings in Africa to the…

Middle School High School Undergraduate

23andMe Neanderthal Variants in Ethnic Populations

This lesson was presented at the Association for Molecular Pathology’s Science Educator Workshop in November,…

High School Undergraduate Continuing Education

23andMe Predict the Genetic Probability of Lactose Intolerance Inheritance

An activity that uses a real family’s genotype data for lactose intolerance to practice applications…

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 Continuing Education

Estimate Ancestry Composition from SNP Data

Learning Objectives: Identify the discriminating information provided by allele frequency differences among reference populations for…

Undergraduate Graduate Medical School

How to do a GWAS

Conduct a class Genome-Wide Association Study for bitter taste using these instructions that include a…

Undergraduate Graduate

Informed Consent Support Documents

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

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