We’re excited to announce 23andMe’s first annual Future of Phenotyping conference, a meeting focused on innovative data collection methods occurring in and around the Bay Area.


Apps, wearables, and other novel means of phenotypic data collection are transforming the way we study large cohorts. To foster more scientific exchange between scientists using innovative phenotyping methods, we are hosting a free one-day meeting at our office in downtown Mountain View.

Date: Thursday, January 24, 2019
Time: 8am – 5pm PT
Location: 23andMe, 899 W. Evelyn Ave, Mountain View, CA 94041


The schedule will feature talks and posters, and while we anticipate that some of those will be from 23andMe scientists, we sincerely hope that students and postdocs will submit abstracts to give talks and posters as well. Breakfast and lunch will be provided, and the meeting will finish up with a happy hour on our rooftop deck.


Abstract Submission Deadline: Monday, November 19

Registration is free, but space is limited and assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. You’ll receive a confirmation of your registration within 48 hours. Abstracts will be selected for talks and posters by the end of November.


Schedule TBD

Directions & Parking


23andMe, 899 W. Evelyn Ave, Mountain View, CA 94041


For those of you who are driving, there is a public structure at Lot 1, which is next to our building (Bryant St. between Evelyn Ave. and Villa St.). Complimentary day parking passes will be provided. Please inquire with the front receptionist upon check-in.

Please note that parking in a permit area or a two-hour space over two hours without a parking pass will result in a ticket issued by the city.

Public transportation

Our office is a 5-minute walk from the Caltrain Mountain View station.