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Public profile url: https://my.pgp-hms.org/profile/huDA2757

Personal Health Records

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Samples

Saliva Collection for Multiple Studies Sample 61636686 (saliva) mailed 2011-10-19 04:41:08 UTC by huDA2757.   Show log
2011-10-19 04:41:08 UTC huDA2757 Sample returned to researcher
2011-10-19 04:24:32 UTC huDA2757 Sample received by participant
2011-10-13 21:05:46 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2011-10-03 20:13:27 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 54588515 (saliva) received 2011-12-03 23:54:08 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-03-26 19:10:21 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 94709979 was derived from this sample
2012-03-21 19:24:15 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 00767127 was derived from this sample
2012-03-21 19:23:40 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. A new sample 93851964 was derived from this sample
2011-12-03 23:54:21 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample transferred to plate 62817412 (id=6) well H02 (id=86)
2011-12-03 23:54:08 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher (scan)
2011-10-19 04:41:08 UTC huDA2757 Sample returned to researcher
2011-10-19 04:24:32 UTC huDA2757 Sample received by participant
2011-10-13 21:05:46 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2011-10-03 20:13:27 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Saliva Re-collection for Multiple Studies Sample 54657507 (saliva) received 2012-11-20 15:18:30 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-11-20 15:18:30 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-11-20 15:18:30 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-10-16 14:55:40 UTC huDA2757 Sample received by participant
2012-08-30 01:07:24 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2012-03-29 02:51:24 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 35329916 (saliva) received 2012-11-20 15:18:22 UTC by Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc..   Show log
2012-11-20 15:18:24 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-11-20 15:18:22 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample received by researcher
2012-10-16 14:55:40 UTC huDA2757 Sample received by participant
2012-08-30 01:07:24 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2012-03-29 02:51:24 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 22376397 (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
2012-10-16 14:55:40 UTC huDA2757 Sample received by participant
2012-08-30 01:07:24 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample sent
2012-03-29 02:51:24 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
San Diego, CA blood collection December 16, 2014 Sample 41698873 (whole blood) mailed 2014-12-16 17:00:00 UTC by huDA2757.   Show log
2014-12-16 18:30:00 UTC huD3EB0D Sample shipped to CGI
2014-12-16 17:00:00 UTC huD3EB0D Sample received by researcher
2014-12-16 17:00:00 UTC huDA2757 Sample returned to researcher
2014-12-16 09:00:00 UTC huDA2757 Sample received by participant
2014-12-08 20:44:28 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created
Sample 73195476 (whole blood) mailed 2014-12-16 17:00:00 UTC by huDA2757.   Show log
2014-12-16 18:30:00 UTC huD3EB0D Sample shipped to Feinstein Institute
2014-12-16 17:00:00 UTC huD3EB0D Sample received by researcher
2014-12-16 17:00:00 UTC huDA2757 Sample returned to researcher
2014-12-16 09:00:00 UTC huDA2757 Sample received by participant
2014-12-08 20:44:28 UTC Harvard University / TeloMe, Inc. Sample created

Uploaded data

Date Data type Source Name Download Report
2019-04-25 Veritas Genetics Participant Veritas Genetics Download
(650 MB)
2014-02-11 23andMe Participant 23andMe Download
(14.8 MB)

Geographic Information

State:California
Zip code:92109

Family Members Enrolled

None added.

Surveys

PGP Participant Survey Responses submitted 7/17/2011 7:19:09. Show responses
Timestamp 7/17/2011 7:19:09
Year of birth 21-29 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. Multiple: My IQ consistently tests over 160, and typically in the 170-180's, for spatial skills and mathematic comprehension. Verbal ability is within the high end of "normal". I also have "atrial branch delay" as described by a cardiologist. I have relevant medical data and testing information for this, but even with my EMT certification, this issue is too specific for me to describe after reading the information. A cardiologist would have to comment on this further. From what I understand, this is a rare, but trivial, electrical defect in the heart. Further, I have recently been diagnosed with migraines, which apparently affects <1% of adult males. And finally, I was tested at age 18 to have 115% of normal tidal volume for my external body measurements, and have been able to achieve a *standing* heart rate of 40 beats per minute due to exercise alone.
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 Yes
Disease/trait: Genetic confirmation No
Disease/trait: Documentation Yes
Disease/trait: Documentation description Mensa test results for IQ. And, for heart information, all medical information should still be on file at the cardiologist's office to include NMRI, holter moniter data, echocardiogram video, stress test and EKG.
Sex/Gender Male
Race/ethnicity American Indian / Alaska Native, White
Maternal grandmother: Country of origin Germany
Paternal grandmother: Country of origin United States
Paternal grandfather: Country of origin Other / don't know / no response
Maternal grandfather: Country of origin Germany
Enrollment of relatives No
Enrollment of older individuals Yes
Enrollment of parents Maybe
Have you uploaded genetic data to your PGP participant profile? No, I have no genetic data.
Have you used the PGP web interface to record a designated proxy? Yes
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 Fall/Winter 2011 Saliva Kit: Large Tube Collection Survey Responses submitted 10/19/2011 0:37:09. Show responses
Timestamp 10/19/2011 0:37:09
Which sample tube did you just collect? Big tube
How easy was this sample tube to use for collection? 5
Do you have any gum bleeding or gingivitis (gum inflammation)? No
Did you collect this sample all at once, or at multiple timepoints? All at once (in less than 5 minutes)
What time of day did you collect saliva? After dinner & before bed
Did you chew gum shortly before collection? No, no gum shortly before collection
When was the last time you brushed and/or flossed? 6 - 12 hours before collection
Did you eat anything between the last time you brushed and/or flossed and the saliva collection? Yes, some eating between last brushing and collection
When was the last time you used mouthwash? Not applicable: I rarely or never use mouthwash
Did you eat anything between the last time you used mouthwash and the saliva collection? Not applicable: I rarely or never use mouthwash
If you have any specific comments regarding the sample you collected with this sample tube, please note them here. Was unconsciously gnawing on gums a bit to produce more saliva during collection.
PGP Fall/Winter 2011 Saliva Kit: Small Tube Collection Survey Responses submitted 10/19/2011 0:37:12. Show responses
Timestamp 10/19/2011 0:37:12
Which sample tube did you just collect? Small tube
How easy was this sample tube to use for collection? 5
Do you have any gum bleeding or gingivitis (gum inflammation)? No
Did you collect this sample all at once, or at multiple timepoints? All at once (in less than 5 minutes)
What time of day did you collect saliva? After dinner & before bed
Did you chew gum shortly before collection? No, no gum shortly before collection
When was the last time you brushed and/or flossed? 6 - 12 hours before collection
Did you eat anything between the last time you brushed and/or flossed and the saliva collection? Yes, some eating between last brushing and collection
When was the last time you used mouthwash? Not applicable: I rarely or never use mouthwash
Did you eat anything between the last time you used mouthwash and the saliva collection? Not applicable: I rarely or never use mouthwash
If you have any specific comments regarding the sample you collected with this sample tube, please note them here. Was unconsciously gnawing on gums a bit to produce more saliva during collection.
PGP Participant Survey Responses submitted 10/26/2011 23:34:01. Show responses
Timestamp 10/26/2011 23:34:01
Year of birth 21-29 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. Multiple: My IQ consistently tests over 160, and typically in the 170-180's, for spatial skills and mathematic comprehension. Verbal ability is within the high end of "normal". Numerous family members have been above average at math, science, and spatial reasoning. I also have "ventricular branch delay" as described by a cardiologist. I have relevant medical data and testing information for this, but from my understanding of these tests, the most obvious result is that in my ECG, part of my R wave fires during my S wave creating a "jaggie" in the S wave. From what I understand, this is a rare, but trivial, electrical defect in the heart, though a cardiologist would have to comment on this further. There is a strong history of heart related illness in my family, so it is very possible this is genetically linked. I have recently been diagnosed with migraines, which apparently affects <1% of adult males, and there is a strong history of headaches on my mother's side of the family. I was tested at age 18 to have 115% of normal tidal volume for my external body measurements, and have been able to achieve a *standing* heart rate of 40 beats per minute due to exercise alone. My father's side of the family have typically been endurance athletes in their early years, and most of us have ectomorph body types. Finally, I appear to have inherited chronically low testosterone levels from my father, who also suffers from this condition.
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 Yes
Disease/trait: Genetic confirmation No
Disease/trait: Documentation Yes
Disease/trait: Documentation description Mensa test results for IQ. For heart information, all medical information should still be on file at the cardiologist's office to include NMRI, holter moniter data, echocardiogram video, stress test and EKG. However, I do have the EKG printouts and the doctors written notes. Heart rate would also come from cardiologist's information, and tidal volume data should be the same if tested now. Testosterone levels can be verified through recent blood tests.
Sex/Gender Male
Race/ethnicity White
Maternal grandmother: Country of origin Germany
Paternal grandmother: Country of origin United States
Paternal grandfather: Country of origin Other / don't know / no response
Maternal grandfather: Country of origin Germany
Enrollment of relatives No
Enrollment of older individuals No
Enrollment of parents No
Have you uploaded genetic data to your PGP participant profile? No, I have no genetic data.
Have you used the PGP web interface to record a designated proxy? Yes
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 Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Cancers Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:38:31. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:38:31
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Endocrine, Metabolic, Nutritional, and Immunity Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:39:19. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:39:19
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Blood Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:39:35. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:39:35
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Nervous System Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:40:03. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:40:03
Have you ever been diagnosed with one of the following conditions? Migraine with aura, Migraine without aura
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Vision and hearing Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:40:55. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:40:55
Have you ever been diagnosed with one of the following conditions? Myopia (Nearsightedness), Astigmatism, Floaters
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Nervous System Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:41:30. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:41:30
Have you ever been diagnosed with one of the following conditions? Migraine with aura, Migraine without aura
Other condition not listed here? Occular Migraines
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Circulatory System Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:42:10. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:42:10
Other condition not listed here? Atrial Branch Delay
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Respiratory System Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:42:23. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:42:23
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Digestive System Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:43:08. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:43:08
Have you ever been diagnosed with any of the following conditions? Canker sores (oral ulcers), Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
Other condition not listed here? Chronic Constipation
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Genitourinary Systems Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:43:23. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:43:23
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:43:51. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:43:51
Have you ever been diagnosed with any of the following conditions? Acne
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Musculoskeletal System and Connective Tissue Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:44:22. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:44:22
Other condition not listed here? ITB Syndrome
PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Congenital Traits and Anomalies Responses submitted 12/3/2014 1:44:39. Show responses
Timestamp 12/3/2014 1:44:39
PGP Basic Phenotypes Survey 2015 Responses submitted 12/10/2015 17:15:28. Show responses
Timestamp 12/10/2015 17:15:28
1.1 — Blood Type B +
1.2 — Height 6'1"
1.3 — Weight 165
2.1 — Left Eye (Photograph Number) (full-size image: https://goo.gl/XQ2Voh) 8
2.2 — Right Eye (Photograph Number) (full-size image: https://goo.gl/XQ2Voh) 8
2.3 — Left Eye Color - Text Description blue with a little green on the pupil edge
2.4 — Right Eye Color - Text Description blue with a little green on the pupil edge
3.1 — What is your natural hair color currently, when without artificial color or dye? brown
3.2 — Hair Color - Text Description light brown
1.4 — Handedness Left

Absolute Pitch Survey [see all responses]

Can tell if notes are in tune: Yes
Can sing a melody on key: No
Can recognize musical intervals: Yes
Do you have absolute pitch? No

Enrollment History

Participant ID:huDA2757
Account created:2011-06-01 04:51:51 UTC
Eligibility screening:2011-06-01 04:54:54 UTC (passed v2)
Exam:2011-06-03 00:37:47 UTC (passed v2)
Consent:2015-08-06 14:30:59 UTC (passed v20150505)
Enrolled:2011-06-06 19:59:11 UTC