News & Updates

XI. Workshop "Haploid Markers 2018" in Bydgoszcz (Poland)

The workshop 2018 will be held in Bydgoszcz (Poland) organized by the Nicolaus Copernicus University, Department of Forensic Medicine.

(posted over 4 years ago)


X. Y-User Workshop (Haploid Markers 2016) in Berlin

The jubilee workshop is history. With 220 participants from 43 countries it was again a very international meeting. 78 papers were presented which cover a broad spectrum of topics from palindromes to telomeres, from population to archaological studies, from haplotypes to haplogroups, from deep-rooting pedigrees to recent population differentiation, from court cases to cold cases, from familial search to surname prediction, from Bayes to King Albert I, from A00 to DF27 (see Programme). We thank the organisers of the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences in Berlin (Lutz Roewer, Marion Nagy, Sascha Willuweit and their team), the Institute of Legal Medicine in Innbruck (Walther Parson), our sponsors (Illumina, Promega, Qiagen, Thermo Fisher Scientific), the presenters and all who came to Berlin to celebrate the 20th anniversary of this workshop series with us. See you in 2018.

(posted over 4 years ago)


Updated Y-SNP tree

We just updated the Y-SNP tree according to Phylotree Y. Please check the phylotree website for relevant updates of the tree.

(posted over 4 years ago)



Please read the instructions how to initiate a research project. Access to data and objection against data release is now regulated.

(posted over 4 years ago)


New feature: Projects

Please note that we have opened a new YHRD section called “projects”. Herewith we want to encourage colleagues of the YHRD network to contribute to scientific endeavors outlined here. Large collaborative projects - as the PPY23 or the RM-YSTR study both with more than 100 coauthors - proved that this is an efficient way to cooperate and achieve meaningful results.

(posted almost 5 years ago)

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