Carol Babcock left her family’s farm and joined the Navy as soon as she graduated high school. Her avionics education opened a door to an anti-submarine warfare squadron near San Jose, California. She served nearly five years, married, and raised three children while relocating eight times with her husband's work. College became her next passion, a degree in Geoscience opened a door to tutoring, then teaching Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She also taught employment strategies at a community college and as part of a twelve-month program in a homeless shelter. Carol hopes to contribute toward every veteran's wellness by participating with All of Us. She'll work to clarify medical information, even lab results, so patients can understand and better advocate for their own health and wellness. Diverse cultures, languages, and heritage enrich our human experience; she wants to engage and help.
Program Update | All of Us Marks One Year
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As the All of Us Research Program marks one year since its national launch, former Director Eric Dishman shares an update and previews what’s coming next for the program. This includes an update on the size and diversity of the health database that All of Us is building for researchers to speed up medical breakthroughs. Eric also announces the launch of the All of Us Research Program’s public Data Browser, which will be a valuable interactive tool for both participants and researchers. Stay tuned for more exciting updates from All of Us by following us on social media and signing up for our newsletter at JoinAllofUs.org .