DAVID R. DOWELL, Ph.D., has two degrees in history and two in library science, as well as 35 years of experience as a librarian and 4 years as a special investigative officer in the U.S. Air Force. He has taught courses in U.S. genealogy research and European genealogy research since his retirement in 2007 and has researched his family history for four decades. He is a member of the International Society of Genetic Genealogists, National Genealogical Society, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Southern California Genealogy Society, and the Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society. He is co-coordinator of two surname and one haplogroup DNA projects and has chaired both the Genealogy and the Ethics Committees of the American Library Association. He taught an online course: Ethics In The Information Age. He plans to integrate his interest in genealogy, ethics and DNA testing in his latest book is NextGen Genealogy: The DNA Connection. It reflects his growing interest in adding DNA testing as an important tool in family history research. He periodically lectures as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning program at Vanderbilt University. Check out his blog Dr D. Diggs Up Ancestors at http://blog.ddowell.com and his more complete resume at http://ddowell.com/dave/resume.pdf or bio sketch at http://www.haplogroup.org/dave-dowell/.