Harvard Personal Genome Project
"Initiated by George Church at Harvard Medical School in 2005, the Personal Genome Project has pioneered ethical, legal, and technical aspects related to the creation of public resources involving highly identifiable data like human genomes...The Harvard PGP is a member of the Global Network of Personal Genome Projects (PGP), a group of research studies creating freely available scientific resources that bring together genomic, environmental and human trait data donated by volunteers." 
The first ten volunteers were referred to as the "PGP-10". These volunteers were:
- Misha Angrist, Duke Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy; Keith Batchelder, Genomic Healthcare Strategies, Esther Dyson, EDventure Holdings, Rosalynn Gill-Garrison, Sciona, John Halamka, Harvard Medical School, Stan Lapidus, Helicos BioSciences, Kirk Maxey, Cayman Chemical, James Sherley, Boston stem cell researcher, and Steven Pinker, Harvard wiki
Resources and articles
- Harvard Personal Genome Project About, organizational web page, accessed November 16, 2019.