Travis sits down with CeCe Moore, Chief Genetic Genealogist at Parabon NanoLabs. They discuss her first speaking engagement at ISHI in 2014 when she introduced the power of genetic genealogy to a law enforcement audience.
CeCe shares how the partnership was formed with Parabon NanoLabs and the number of successes they’ve had on previously unsolvable cases. They also discuss how genetic genealogy got its start with adoption cases, the process and number of people involved in working on criminal and doe cases, the differences between whole genome sequencing and microarrays and which types of cases are best suited for each, and what the future holds for forensic investigative genetic genealogy.
Later, she tells Travis why she is so passionate about working on criminal cases and what she’s learned through working with law enforcement.
CeCe also discusses the importance of following all established guidelines for forensic investigative genetic genealogy so that this tool, which relies heavily on public support, is not jeopardized.
And, if you stick around until the end, CeCe showcases her wonderful singing voice!
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