Razib Khan is a geneticist and public intellectual who has worked in personal genomics in the private sector and commented on a wide range of topics on the internet.
Analyze Your 23andMe and Ancestry Data
Wednesday, January 27th, 5pm-6pm PT / 8pm-9pm ET
Do you have 23andMe or Ancestry.com data that you’re interested in analyzing more deeply? Join geneticist and personal genomics expert Razib Khan for a crash course in getting the most out of the raw data available from popular genetic sites.
Razib Khan has degrees in biology and biochemistry from the University of Oregon and did graduate work at the University of California at Davis’ genetics program. He has worked in the personal genomics space in both humans and dogs for the past five years, as well as continuing his contributions to the public sphere through writing on his various blogs, newsletters, and publications such as India Today and Quillette.
Since 2010, Khan has been an enthusiast for personal genomics, getting genotypes and sequences on his whole extended pedigree. In 2014 he had his unborn son’s whole genome sequenced, the first instance of this known to have occurred with a child who was eventually born.