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Emily Aulicino

Emily Aulicino

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Lectures:
Lectures are customized depending upon the needs of the group. Topics available include: The Gene in Genealogy (covers the three basic tests: Y-chromosome DNA, mitochondrial DNA and autosomal DNA) Autosomal DNA and Chromosome Mapping (determine who gave you what DNA segments) Comparing the Three Major DNA Companies (determine which company suits your needs) Becoming a DNA Project Administrator (How to successfully run a DNA project) Creating a DNA Interest Group (Creating and managing a DNA interest group with many ideas for monthly meetings) Lectures are available for writing your childhood memories and family stories as well as writing your family s history.

Publications:
Genetic Genealogy: The Basics and Beyond by Emily D. Aulicino, Available at: www.authorhouse.com, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble or from your favorite brick and mortar bookstore. ISBN: 978-1-4918-4090-0 (trade paperback) ISBN: 978- 1-4918-4089-4 (e-book)

Testimonials:
Reviews of my book: A comprehensive description of the key genealogical uses of DNA testing leavened with examples and experiences practical advice. Chris P, Genetic Genealogist, UK *** This is the first time in years that a book has been devoted to genetic genealogy. It is a welcome addition to the growing body of literature on this topic . Emily is one of the early pioneers of genetic genealogy, and she takes us on an enthralling journey from the fascinating basics of this new science right up to the current state of the art. There is something for everyone here, whether you are a beginner or at a more advanced level. And with practical examples drawn from her experience of using DNA to break down brick walls in her own family tree, Emily has created a comprehensive instruction manual with a very big heart. Dr. Maurice G., Genetic Genealogy Ireland *** Have tested my DNA with a couple companies but didn't really understand what to do with the information. Emily discusses the major DNA companies and compares what they do. She helps you understand the basics of DNA results and research and how to use it for your family research projects. It is well written in clear language that is not so scientific that you get lost and got me excited about pulling up my DNA matches and looking with fresh eyes at what was there. I recommend this book to anyone getting into DNA genetic research or who is already doing it who wants some fresh ideas. Martha, Amazon.com *** Although I'm involved in 9 different dna tests, I still find myself confused with testing results and some of the jargon. And now I have the perfect reference. In fact, I used the book this morning regarding a friend's questions about autosomal testing. Anyone involved in DNA testing or is considering testing, should have a copy of this well written and organized reference book. Deborah P. *** I have my book and you are right, "visual" makes it so much plainer. Now what I heard you say on the radio broadcast becomes clearer when you can see some sort of diagram or drawing that you include in your book. I just started and taking it slow to absorb. I've sent all the people/relatives I know that are into genealogy the title and where they can purchase your book. I'm certain, at least the most serious, won't hesitate when I explained why this is a "must read" for those who seek to understand this DNA mystery. I cannot thank you enough. Lucy C. *** The book is very current and up to date and I have a library of over 12 books focusing on genealogy DNA so yours will be a welcomed addition. Paul C., Canada *** This book is the best analysis I've read of the differences between the various companies offering DNA testing. It also includes easy-to-understand instructions for working with one's results. Sarah A., Amazon.com


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