The DNA Lectures at Back to Our Past 2013
Sponsored by FamilyTreeDNA
and organised by volunteers from ISOGG
(International Society of Genetic Genealogists)
Friday 18th October 2013
12.45 Maurice Gleeson - Which DNA test is best for you?
13.45 Debbie Kennett - Chromosomes, conquerors and castles: DNA testing and the Cruise/Cruse/Cruwys one-name study
14.45 Katherine Borges - The Irish-American DNA connection
15.45 Prof Dan Bradley - DNA and the Irish past
16.45 The Genetic History of Ireland - what Y-DNA signatures we share (discussion panel)
17.45 Ask the Experts - open Q&A session for anyone to ask questions about DNA
Saturday 19th October 201311.30 Debbie Kennett - DNA for beginners: the three tests
12.30 Tyrone Bowes - Pinpointing Your Irish Origin using Commercial Ancestral DNA Testing
13.30 Adrian Martyn - The Medieval Families of Galway Town
14.30 Nigel McCarthy - DNA profiling of McCarthy septs and agnomens
15.30 Cynthia Wells - Exploring the Mysteries ~ Exploding the Myths ~ Expanding your Family History with DNA
16.30 Maurice Gleeson - Autosomal DNA, Adoptees, & finding long lost Irish relatives
17.30 Gerard Corcoran - Using Genetic Genealogy to map Inbound & Outbound Migrations from Ireland
Sunday 20th October 201311.30 Katherine Borges - The basics of DNA testing
12.30 Finbar O'Mahony - The O'Mahony surname study
13.30 John Creer - How DNA testing and analysis has transformed the knowledge of a Manx family’s history – so far!
14.30 Geoff Swinfield - How DNA ruined my family tree!
15.30. Elizabeth O'Donoghue/Ross, Nigel McCarthy, Finbar O'Mahony - The Munster Irish DNA Project and the Men of Munster – Who Are They?
16.30 Ask the Experts - open Q&A session for anyone to ask questions about DNA
Slides and videos will be available for some of the presentations after the conference. To download the slides or watch a video of a particular presentation, please click on that presentation and follow the links at the bottom of the page.
The lectures were sponsored by FamilyTreeDNA and organised by ISOGG (International Society of Genetic Genealogy).