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Public profile url: https://my.pgp-hms.org/profile/hu75BE2C

Personal Health Records

Demographic Information

Date of Birth1939-12-21 (79 years old)
GenderMale
Weight165lbs (75kg)
Height5ft 11in (180cm)
Blood TypeO+
RaceWhite

Conditions

Name Start Date End Date
none

Medications

Name Dosage Frequency Start Date End Date
none

Allergies

Name Reaction/Severity Start Date End Date
No Known Allergies MILD

Procedures

Name Date
none

Test Results

Name Result Date
Weight 165 lb 2010-10-10
Diastolic Blood Pressure 68 mmHg 2010-10-10
Systolic Blood Pressure 110 mmHg 2010-10-10
Height 71.5 inches 2010-10-10
Heart rate 55 bpm 2010-10-11
Exercise minutes 60 minutes 2010-10-11
Breathing 11.5 breaths/min 2010-10-11

Immunizations

Name Date
Poliovirus Vaccine, Type Unknown 1946-01-01

Updated: 2010-10-11T00:52:52.455Z

Samples

Saliva Collection Pilot Study for 100 participants Sample 43199422 (saliva) received 2011-08-30 21:08:16 UTC by huD3EB0D.   Show log
2012-04-12 21:02:30 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 80612516 was derived from this sample
2011-10-26 21:04:21 UTC huD3EB0D Sample transferred to plate 4504234 (id=3) well F07 (id=67)
2011-08-30 21:08:16 UTC huD3EB0D Sample received by researcher (scan)
2011-08-06 20:13:45 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2011-08-02 15:09:16 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2011-08-02 04:03:10 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 71270083 (saliva) received 2011-08-30 21:07:56 UTC by huD3EB0D.   Show log
2012-04-12 21:02:10 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 87181056 was derived from this sample
2011-09-13 19:14:56 UTC huD3EB0D Sample transferred to plate 30097989 (id=2) well F07 (id=67)
2011-08-30 21:07:56 UTC huD3EB0D Sample received by researcher (scan)
2011-08-06 20:13:45 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2011-08-02 15:09:16 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2011-08-02 04:03:10 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 59775830 (saliva) received 2011-08-30 21:07:29 UTC by huD3EB0D.   Show log
2012-04-12 21:01:48 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 43848101 was derived from this sample
2011-09-09 20:11:40 UTC huD3EB0D Sample transferred to plate 87023884 (id=1) well F07 (id=67)
2011-08-30 21:07:29 UTC huD3EB0D Sample received by researcher (scan)
2011-08-06 20:13:45 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2011-08-02 15:09:16 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2011-08-02 04:03:10 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Saliva Collection for Multiple Studies Sample 70204505 (saliva) received 2012-01-11 00:07:11 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-04-12 21:05:49 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 82904003 was derived from this sample
2012-01-11 00:07:14 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample transferred to plate 25942764 (id=13) well F07 (id=67)
2011-12-21 22:41:43 UTC hu75BE2C Sample returned to researcher
2011-12-20 21:23:23 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2011-12-03 20:27:37 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2011-11-30 00:02:46 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 59033514 (saliva) received 2012-01-11 00:34:23 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-04-12 21:06:09 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 60031967 was derived from this sample
2012-01-11 00:34:26 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample transferred to plate 11192313 (id=14) well F07 (id=67)
2011-12-21 22:41:43 UTC hu75BE2C Sample returned to researcher
2011-12-20 21:23:23 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2011-12-03 20:27:37 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2011-11-30 00:02:46 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Saliva Re-collection for Multiple Studies Sample 77352395 (saliva) received 2012-11-20 15:18:31 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-11-20 15:18:31 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-11-20 15:18:31 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-09-03 15:09:15 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2012-08-30 01:06:44 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2012-03-29 02:51:12 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 29901663 (saliva) received 2012-11-20 15:18:36 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-11-20 15:18:36 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-11-20 15:18:36 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-09-03 15:09:15 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2012-08-30 01:06:44 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2012-03-29 02:51:12 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 31286737 (saliva) received 2012-11-20 15:18:29 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-11-20 15:18:29 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-11-20 15:18:29 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-09-03 15:09:15 UTC hu75BE2C Sample received by participant
2012-08-30 01:06:44 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2012-03-29 02:51:12 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created

Uploaded data

Date Data type Source Name Download Report
2011-03-01 23andMe Participant genome_William_Hamilton_STEWART_Full_20110727152420.zip Download
(7.87 MB)
View report
• male
• 960,649 positions covered
• ref. b36
2010-06-01 Family Tree DNA Participant 183581-autosomal-o-results.csv.gz Download
(7.39 MB)
2010-06-01 Family Tree DNA Participant 183581-x-chromosome-o-results.csv.gz Download
(190 KB)
2009-03-09 Family Tree DNA Participant 143035-FASTA.fasta Download
(16.6 KB)

Geographic Information

State:South Carolina
Zip code:20205

Family Members Enrolled

None added.

Surveys

PGP Participant Survey Responses submitted 7/26/2011 22:45:18. Show responses
Timestamp 7/26/2011 22:45:18
Year of birth 70-79 years
Which statement best describes you? I am comfortable making my genome sequence data publicly available without prior review.
Severe disease or rare genetic trait Yes
Do you have a severe genetic disease or rare genetic trait? If so, you can add a description for your public profile. PGP Participant Survey (July 2011). QUESTION: "Do you have a severe disease or rare non-disease trait you believe is strongly genetic in origin? Please describe." William Hamilton STEWART wrote the following on 2011/Jul/26. 1) SUPER MUSCULAR STRENGTH - I have been four times stronger than most people even though I never had any athletic training, etc.. The strength of every part of the bodies of college students was tested in the 1960s as part of a national survey for military purposes. One student in my Physical Education class at the University of South Carolina always doubled the test scores of all of the other boys. I always doubled his. I was one of the last students in my class to be tested via a scale attached to a belt that was strapped around our waists. According to that scale, except for one boy and me, the most each of the approximately forty members of my Physical Education class at USC could lift was about 400 pounds. I thought I would test the device to see how it felt before I tried very hard. I'll never forget the bulging eyes and expression on the face of USC football coach Lamar as I gently lifted up on that scale. He blurted out: "Stewart, what did you do to that thing?". He always cut my scores in half. I left well enough alone. While my Uncle Joe STEWART and I were sitting at his kitchen table one day, the subject of our family's strength came up. I told him I could lift the back end of my 1958 VW (65% of the total weight of the vehicle). He did not believe me so we walked out into his front yard. His eyes bulged and his mouth flew open when he saw me snatch the rear wheels of my VW completely off the ground with my bare hands. I stopped lifting my VW after it occurred to me that lifting that much weight might not be good for my spine. My brother told me he had similar experiences. He grew several inches taller than me. My parents never abused my two brothers. My brothers and I never smoked or used alcohol and other drugs. My parents bought candy, colas, junk food snacks and toys for them, but never for me. One of my Stewart cousins told me he was super strong too. How much of our strength is genetic? My childhood environment was terrible. My parents physically and mentally abused me from the time I was a baby until I graduated from High School and left their home. They worked me like a slave and starve me on a diet of grease and grits six days a week. It made me so sick every few weeks that I vomited and could not eat. I usually became well after a few days because my mother put me in bed and fed me some fruit salad. I was hospitalized when I was five or six years old because of a bone infection of a bruise, i.e., osteomyelitis. I spent several years in hospitals because there was no penecillin for the civilian population during World War II. A doctor who measured my pulse when I was a teenager said it was 39. Until a few years ago my resting heart rate was still 39. 2) FAST RUNNER - I enrolled in a jogging course at USC during the 1980s. For our final grades college students who were half my age and I had to run two miles around a square athletic field. We had to run around that field four and half laps on grass in order to run one mile. We had to slow down 18 times every mile because we were not allowed to cut corners. I ran the first mile in four and a half minutes so the two timers shouted for me to slow down. I paid no attention to them and ran the second mile in four and a half minutes too. I felt that I could run at that speed all day long. I never push myself to the limit because I do not want to risk injuring myself. I and another guy received the only "A" grade in that jogging course. 3) FAST SWIMMER - I won all the swimming and other athletic competitions at the camps (e.g., YMCA) that I attended during summer vacations as a child. I was never trained to do any sport. 4) INTELLIGENCE - The University of SC gave me some intelligence tests about 1960. I do not attribute my IQ score of about 140 to my having a better environment than most people. My mother spent her childhood working in a cotton mill. My alcoholic father could barely read and write. 5) POSSIBLE SENSITIVITY TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FORCES * My nerves tingled so badly that I could hardly stand being swung back and forth when I was a child, possibly because my nerves are more sensitive to the earth's magnetic field than other people's. * I felt the build up of an electromagnetic charge moments before I was struck by lightning in the 1970s (not strongly enough to kill me fortunately). * The first time I attempted to use a cellular telephone it had a destructive effect on my nearby nerves and other tissues. 6) STRONG EMOTIONS - My dog had ten puppies. I love them and want them to be healthy and happy. I have wept because of the suffering and death of three of them. I also love people and science. I want our civilization to continue to survive and make progress. 7) MY ANCESTRY - All of my known maternal and paternal ancestors have lived in SC since the eighteenth century. Many of my cousins have had DNA tests. That all of them belong to Y-haplogroup "R1b1a2" and to haplogroup "I" may mean that I am of almost 100% European, i.e., Celtic and Viking (Germanic) ancestry. I belong to Y-haplogroup "R1b1a2a1a1b4" (R-L 21, L459) and to the same Stewart family as the kings of Scotland. See FtDNA ID 143035 at http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Stuart/default.aspx?section=yresults ,
Disease/trait: Onset Congenital / present at birth
Disease/trait: Rarity Very rare/uncommon
Disease/trait: Severity Not applicable
Disease/trait: Relative enrollment No
Disease/trait: Diagnosis No
Sex/Gender Male
Race/ethnicity White
Maternal grandmother: Country of origin United States
Paternal grandmother: Country of origin United States
Paternal grandfather: Country of origin United States
Maternal grandfather: Country of origin United States
Enrollment of relatives No
Enrollment of older individuals Yes
Enrollment of parents No
Have you uploaded genetic data to your PGP participant profile? No, but I have genetic data and plan to upload it
Have you used the PGP web interface to record a designated proxy? No
Have you uploaded health record data using our Google Health or Microsoft Healthvault interfaces? No, but I plan to
Blood sample Yes
Saliva sample Yes
Microbiome samples Yes
Tissue samples from surgery Yes
Tissue samples from autopsy Yes
PGP Participant Survey Responses submitted 3/17/2012 1:16:42. Show responses
Timestamp 3/17/2012 1:16:42
Year of birth 70-79 years
Which statement best describes you? I am comfortable making my genome sequence data publicly available without prior review.
Severe disease or rare genetic trait No
Sex/Gender Male
Race/ethnicity White
Maternal grandmother: Country of origin United Kingdom
Paternal grandmother: Country of origin United Kingdom
Paternal grandfather: Country of origin United Kingdom
Maternal grandfather: Country of origin United Kingdom
Enrollment of relatives No
Enrollment of older individuals Yes
Enrollment of parents No
Have you uploaded genetic data to your PGP participant profile? Yes, I have uploaded genetic data
Have you used the PGP web interface to record a designated proxy? No
Have you uploaded health record data using our Google Health or Microsoft Healthvault interfaces? No, but I plan to
Blood sample Yes
Saliva sample Yes
Microbiome samples Yes
Tissue samples from surgery Yes
Tissue samples from autopsy Yes
PGP Participant Survey Responses submitted 9/3/2012 14:40:13. Show responses
Timestamp 9/3/2012 14:40:13
Year of birth 70-79 years
Which statement best describes you? I am comfortable making my genome sequence data publicly available without prior review.
Severe disease or rare genetic trait Yes
Do you have a severe genetic disease or rare genetic trait? If so, you can add a description for your public profile. 2012/Sep/03 I submitted the following information via the web page at https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/formResponse?hl=en_US&formkey=dHRaNUxmUHdVaktxZXdsRlVyMlIwUUE6MQ&ifq I must have an unusual genetic characteristic. No one with whom I have ever discussed the issue experienced the earth's magnetic field, etc. in the same way that I have. People who experience it differently probably imagine that I am insane. Everyone must be sensitive to electromagnetic forces to some degree, e.g., when an electrical current or bolt of lighting runs through their bodies. If our cells were not sensitive to electro-magnetic forces, could our muscles contract, or our brains think? I must be extra sensitive to electromagnetic fields and forces, possibly in the same or a similar way that whales, homing pigeons and other animals that must migrate great distances across the earth are. I have travelled in over seventy countries, e.g., deep into equatorial forests, I have never felt lost. I always know where I am and how to get home. When I was a child swinging back and forth in a swing caused me to feel as though my entire body was being tickled. The sensation was unbearable. I thought every child felt the same sensations. Later experiences caused me to ask other people if swinging back and forth caused their bodies to tingle when they were children. All of them have replied NO. Many years later I sensed the heavy electro-magnetic forces that were building up in the atmosphere around me a few seconds before a mild bolt of lighting ran through my body. That lighting exited via my feet and some metal tools that I held in my hands (my fingers remained sore for a long time afterwards). I wonder why I inherited these unusual characteristics. I am interested in genetic genealogy. My DNA tests and those of my cousins show that nearly all of my ancestors were Celts and Vikings from Scotland and Ireland. The Vikings sailed to America centuries before Columbus. I wonder if evolution caused them to develop some of the same genetic characteristics that whales, etc. have. I bought a cheap cell phone a few years ago. I do not know if it was defective. My hands tingled when it rang or transmitted signals to the tower. The first and only call that I ever made via that cell phone lasted 52 minutes. Towards the end of that call I felt something creeping up the left side of my head (where I held the phone). The sensation became so awful that I ended the call without saying Goodbye. The left side of my head hurt so bad that I thought that I had a toothache or flu infection at first. The pain became unbearable and lasted for many years. My left eye stopped blinking. I am no longer able to focus my left eye. A large scab developed where I held the phone. The skin where I held the phone was discolored. I had tinnitus for years. The tissues in the left side of my head were damaged in other ways too. I shall not bore you with all the details. I hope that whatever genes caused me to be so sensitive to electromagnetic forces will be discovered so that people who inherited them can be made aware of how cell phone use may affect them.
Disease/trait: Onset Congenital / present at birth
Disease/trait: Rarity Very rare/uncommon
Disease/trait: Severity Not applicable
Disease/trait: Relative enrollment No
Disease/trait: Diagnosis No
Sex/Gender Male
Race/ethnicity White
Maternal grandmother: Country of origin United States
Paternal grandmother: Country of origin United States
Paternal grandfather: Country of origin United States
Maternal grandfather: Country of origin United States
Enrollment of relatives No
Enrollment of older individuals No
Enrollment of parents No
Have you uploaded genetic data to your PGP participant profile? Yes, I have uploaded genetic data
Have you used the PGP web interface to record a designated proxy? No
Have you uploaded health record data using our Google Health or Microsoft Healthvault interfaces? No, but I plan to
Blood sample Yes
Saliva sample Yes
Microbiome samples Yes
Tissue samples from surgery Yes
Tissue samples from autopsy Yes

Absolute Pitch Survey [see all responses]

Can tell if notes are in tune: Yes
Can sing a melody on key: Yes
Can recognize musical intervals: Yes
Do you have absolute pitch? Not sure

Enrollment History

Participant ID:hu75BE2C
Account created:2009-09-22 10:40:21 UTC
Eligibility screening:2009-09-22 10:52:21 UTC (passed v1)
Exam:2009-09-22 18:28:13 UTC (passed v1)
Consent:2015-08-06 14:29:32 UTC (passed v20150505)
Enrolled:2010-10-10 16:15:58 UTC