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Which DNA Group Meets Your Needs?

Our DNA Research Groups generally meet online four times a year - that's once every quarter.

We have two DNA Research Groups – Tools in Practice and Research Discussion Group. You may want to also consider our regular Beginners DNA sessions.

Before attending one of our groups for the first time, we recommend that you review the webpages for each of these groups and read the blogs by one of the group leads, Veronica Williams, listed in the quick links sections of those pages. You can access the group webpages by clicking here

Pre-knowledge of basic DNA concepts is presumed for the Tools in Practice and Research Discussion groups, which are collaborative working groups:

  • We expect members to contribute their own issues to help form the agenda for each meeting.
  • We work together to analyse and (hopefully) solve genealogical questions through the use of DNA research.
  • The Tools in Practice meets in the mornings. These session focus on the application of a range of DNA tools in practice, so participants need to understand basic DNA concepts.
  • The Discussion Group meets in the afternoon. It is a discussion group and participants are generally required to undertake preparation work.

Upcoming meetings are listed in the 

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