I joined the Personal Genome Project in its early stages, when I first heard about it. Having done research on DNA structure and DNA-protein interactions, I was interested in the possibility of analyzing my own genome to see what I could find out about myself. Since I live a long way from Harvard, though, and have not been able to make it to any of the blood collection events in other places, I don't know if that's going to happen. I'm going to try getting an analysis from "23andMe" to see what I can do with that, and I hope I can learn more from participation in "Open Humans" about what kinds of useful analyses can be done on my genome and those of others.
American Gut Project
Genetics of Personality Type
Harvard Personal Genome Project
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