Misha Angrist is an assistant professor at Duke who specializes in personal genomics. He deals with questions such as what having all our personal genetic information just a mailbox away means, and just who owns your genetic information. He's here today to answer all your questions about personal genetics.
Angrist is the author of the book Here is a Human Being: At the Dawn of Personal Genomics.You may also recognize him from his DNA — as an early participant in the Personal Genome Project, Angrist had has sequenced and then went a step further by making it publicly available. (It hasn't turned out to be a big deal for him so far, Angrist tells io9, but he cautions that YMMV...)
Ask him anything you want about the emergence of the sequence-your-own-DNA industry, the practical implications of a world where our personal genetic information is at our fingertips, and the thorny questions surrounding just who owns our genetic information. He's joining us today from 12:30-1:30 (PST). Please post your questions for him now!