Tag: 23andMe Research

Research Redux

Over the last couple of months we've featured a few short question and answer sessions with some of research team scientists. We're taking a moment to revisit those posts one more time. Joyce Tung Joanna Mountain David Hinds Arnab Chowdry Eric Durand Nick Furlotte  Chao Tian Meghan ...

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A Conversation With 23andMe Researcher Chao Tian

This interview is part of an occasional series of profiles introducing you to the people behind 23andMe’s compelling research. Chao Tian is a statistical geneticist, who came to 23andMe after studying Genetics and Statistics at UC Davis and working for two other genetics startups in the Bay Area. At 23andMe, ...

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A Conversation With 23andMe Researcher Matthew McIntyre

This interview is part of an occasional series of profiles introducing you to the people behind 23andMe’s compelling research. Matthew McIntyre got hooked on genetics during an anthropology class that introduced him to evolutionary theories about human behavior. He went on to study biological anthropology and ...

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The Power of One

23andMe’s research is unique in that it enlists the participation of  customers to power scientific breakthroughs. 23andMe can quickly gather data on a broad range of topics from a large pool of people to help make discoveries about various conditions and traits. This can often be done much faster than ...

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A Conversation With 23andMe’s Joanna Mountain

This interview is part of an occasional series of profiles introducing you to the people behind 23andMe’s compelling research. Early in her career, Joanna Mountain, 23andMe’s Senior Director of Research studied the language and genetic diversity in Kenya. At 23andMe, Joanna still studies the genetic diversity ...

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23andMe Researcher Katie Huber

This is the first in an occasional series of profiles introducing you to the people behind 23andMe’s compelling research. Katie Huber is a scientist who spent years studying infectious diseases, like typhoid and anthrax. Here at 23andMe, she has the much less scary task of ensuring that our customers who ...

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Getting In the Race

A friend of Gwen Schroeder once told her: “Don’t cheer from the sidelines if you can run the race.” So when her father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Gwen laced up her shoes. A post-production manager who works in New York City for the TED Conferences, Gwen signed up to run a marathon to raise ...

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Citizen Scientists Look into Nearsightedness

Editor's note: PloS Genetics just published Amy Kiefer and Nick Eriksson's work. Check out their paper here. Nearsightedness, a condition in which far-away objects look blurry, is a problem of endemic proportions — approximately 30-40 percent of adults in the United States are nearsighted.  And, as computers ...

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23andMe’s Presentations at ASHG

This week our scientists have been busy at the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting in San Francisco. As promised we're putting up links to each of the posters that we presented at the meeting. It gives you a sense of the breadth and depth of 23andMe's research and our commitment to share our ...

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