From promise to progress. The future of health research is now.

The All of Us Research Program is accelerating research advances and precision medicine.

Our nationwide community of participants and researchers is partnering together to ensure that everyone is included in research. The information our participants generously share is fueling thousands of studies to better understand health and disease and enable more tailored and equitable approaches to care.


What's New at All of Us

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Nearly 40,000 All of Us Research Program participants identify as LGBTQIA+, contributing data for health research. The strong representation of this community makes All of Us the largest and most accessible of data from LGBTQIA+ people for health research.

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Since launching the Researcher Workbench, the All of Us Research Program has made data available from more than 400,000 participants across the U.S. These data releases will be guided by the program’s scientific priorities, now outlined in a new roadmap.

Joshua Denny

All of Us CEO Josh Denny shares an update on the program’s impact and accomplishments and details future plans for the program in the face of uncertain funding. 

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The Dataset

All of Us' one-of-a-kind dataset is stored on the Researcher Workbench, a secure, cloud-based platform. Registered researchers can access data from surveys, genomic analyses, electronic health records, physical measurements, and wearables to study the full range of factors that influence health and disease.

Opportunities for Researchers

Research focuses on the intersection of three factors

The All of Us Research Program is part of the National Institutes of Health.

We are actively partnering with academic institutions, health care organizations, community partners, and others to create a groundbreaking national research platform.