Who We Are

The All of Us Research Program is supported by a large and diverse group of individuals, all committed to realizing the program’s goal of building a national research cohort of one million or more U.S. participants in order to accelerate and improve health.

The NIH All of Us Research Program Staff is located in the NIH Office of the Director and is responsible for the planning and operations of the program.

The All of Us Research Program Advisory Panel provides external oversight and expert advice on the vision, scientific goals, and operations of the All of Us Research Program.

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) of the All of Us Research Program is charged with reviewing the protocol, informed consent, and other participant-facing materials for the program. The IRB follows the regulations and guidance of the NIH Office for Human Research Protections for all studies, ensuring that the rights and welfare of research participants are overseen and protected uniformly.

The Participant Partners serve on several All of Us committees to help support the design, implementation, and governance of the program.

The Trans-NIH Liaisons Coordinating Team is composed of scientific leaders across NIH who support activities of the All of Us Research Program, provide input on scientific opportunities, and share information with their respective offices, institutes, and centers.

The PMI Working Group of the Advisory Committee to the Director was established in March 2015 and concluded its work on September 17, 2015 with a detailed report to the Advisory Committee. NIH charged it with developing a framework for creating and managing a large research cohort to understand the variables that contribute to health and disease.