Genetic Genealogy: Advanced Visual Phasing | Newberry

Genetic Genealogy: Advanced Visual Phasing

Saturday, March 25, 2017
(This program continues for multiple sessions)
Saturdays, March 25 - April 8 (class will not meet on April 1)*

9 am - noon

Led by Karen Stanbary

Cost and Registration Information

Early Registration Price (by February 10): $160*

Regular Price (after February 10): $176*

Register Here for the two session course if you are also taking Advanced Practical Application this term.
Register Here for the three session course (which includes the last session of this term’s Advanced Practical Application course) if you took Advanced Practical Application in a previous term.
See below for details.

Seminar Description

This course will build directly on the Genetic Genealogy: Advanced Practical Application Course and will teach the technique for visual phasing, finding the crossover points, and identifying the ancestral segments of autosomal DNA for a group of three siblings. Two sessions.*

*Genetic Genealogy: Advanced Practical Applications is a prerequisite for this class. The dates and rate listed above are for those who will be taking Advanced Practical Applications this term. If you took Advanced Practical Applications during a previous term, you must attend the last session of the class this term for a review of the material. In this case, the dates for Advanced Visual Phasing will be March 18, March 25, and April 8 and the tuition will be $180 (early registration)/$198 (late registration).

Karen Stanbary, Certified Genealogist¹, is a professional genealogist trained in advanced genealogical methodologies and the use of DNA analysis in complex genealogical problem-solving

¹The words Certified Genealogist, and the designation CG, are a registered certification mark is a service mark of the Board for Certification of Genealogists, used under license by Board-certified genealogists after periodic competency evaluation.

Materials List


  • The instructor will provide a DropBox link to all registrants that will include digital copies of shorter materials, including comprehensive syllabus and bibliography materials.

First Readings:

  • None

This class is part of the Newberry’s Adult Education Seminars Program. Learn more about our registration procedures.