Who We Are
The All of Us Research Program is made up of a large and diverse community. Together, we are advancing one of the most ambitious health research programs in history.
All of Us is supported and overseen by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The program is the result of NIH’s Precision Medicine Initiative Working Group of the Advisory Committee to the Director, which concluded its work in 2015.
NIH, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency, making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.
The governing bodies of the All of Us Research Program guide, oversee, and support the program’s vision and logistics. Governing bodies and individuals include the chief executive officer, the Steering and Executive Committees, and numerous other committees, task forces, and boards.
All of Us Research Program staff members are based in the NIH Office of the Director. Staff members are responsible for program planning and operations.
The All of Us Research Program Advisory Panel provides external oversight and expert advice on the program’s vision, scientific goals, and operations.
The All of Us Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews the protocol, informed consent, and other materials for program participants. The IRB follows regulations and guidance to protect participants’ rights and welfare.
Participant partners serve on many All of Us committees, helping support the program’s design, implementation, and governance.
The Trans-NIH Liaisons Coordinating Team is made up of scientific leaders from across NIH. They help support program activities and offer input on scientific opportunities. They also share program information with their Offices, Institutes, and Centers.
Through a set of funding awards, All of Us also works with various institutions, organizations, and community groups. Learn about the program’s funding and partners.
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