Biobank Program Director
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Mark Caulder, M.S., M.P.H., is the Biobank program director for the All of Us Research Program. The Biobank cooperative agreement which is charged with establishing methods and technologies for sample collection, processing, handling, management, storage, and access for All of Us. Prior to joining the program, Mark supported a NIDA grant portfolio focused on understanding the genetic underpinnings of substance use and abuse. In addition, Mark served as the project officer for the NIDA Center for Genetic Studies biorepository, whose aim was to process, store, and distribute biosamples to qualified research investigators. Mark earned a B.S. in biology from the University of South Carolina; an M.S. in human genetics from the University of Michigan; and an M.P.H in epidemiology specializing in public health genetics from the University of Michigan.