At the core of the Genographic Project is ongoing global field research in collaboration with indigenous communities. For more than ten years, the Genographic Consortium—consisting of twelve regional scientific centers—has worked with indigenous communities from around the globe. And since 2012, eleven new researchers have been awarded Genographic Research grants (Geno 2.0 grants), growing our global impact on the field of human population genetics. To date, the Genographic Consortium has published 55 scientific papers and has several other manuscripts in advanced stages of preparation.
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