How do I transfer my National Geographic Genographic Project results to Family Tree DNA?

You can transfer your National Geographic Genographic Project results* to Family Tree DNA through the secure [...]

Will health aspects be part of the Genographic project? Will health or insurance companies have access to my information?

No. Each iteration of the National Geographic Genographic test (First Phase, 2.0, and 2.0 Next Generation) [...]

Is the Geno 2.0 test a replacement for testing at Family Tree DNA?

No. In almost all regards, the Geno 2.0 test is complementary to Family Tree DNA’s tests. [...]

Where do I go to order the Geno 2.0 Next Generation kit?

You may order the Geno 2.0 Next Generation Genographic Project Participation and DNA Ancestry [...]

After testing with the National Geographic Genographic Project, what will I receive when I transfer my results Family Tree DNA?

Transferring your results* from the National Geographic Genographic Project to Family Tree DNA is [...]

What will I gain by participating in the National Geographic Genographic Next Generation project?

Testing helps you learn about your personal ancestry. Test results tell about your ancestors’ [...]

How will Genographic protect my privacy?

For privacy, each person is given a Genographic Project ID (GPID). The GPID is [...]

Who is in charge of the National Genographic project?

Spencer Wells, PhD leads The Genographic Project. He is a geneticist and an anthropologist. He is [...]