We can't be expert in all fields, there's only so much time in a day. Ol' Myrt here has hired Angie Bush, MS to guide my DNA research path, and I'd like to tell you more about her. I was particularly impressed that Angie holds a BS (Molecular Biology) and an MS (Biotechnology) and has research specialties in adoption, LDS, lineage societies and forensic genealogy. It sounds like she has a solid background, and an inquiring mind.
Angie writes "If you are a person who is trying to determine if genetic testing may be able to help you in understanding your genealogy, or which testing company to use, or what the results mean once you receive them, I can help you. Because I am not affiliated with any of the testing companies or genealogy sites, I can offer an objective opinion on what routes to pursue, whether those routes involve traditional genealogy, or new technologies that are increasing our understanding of how we are all connected." Source: https://www.apgen.org/directory/search_detail.html?mbr_id=5589
Here's a screen shot of Angie's website Genes and Trees: www.GenesAndTrees.com
If you are interested in hiring Angie Bush here is her contact information. Just don't try this coming week as she will be co-coordinating the Advanced DNA course at the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy with her colleague CeCe Moore.
Angie Bush, MS
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