News and Events

Learn about the latest program news, research findings and events. Contact our press office to be added to our media list or to arrange an interview.


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All of Us Research Program Supports Next Generation of Science Workforce

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program trained 18 community college educators to use the Research Workbench in their curriculum. The training was part of the third annual Research Hub Summer Institute, hosted by the University of Utah.
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NIH’s All of Us Has Built the Largest LGBTQIA+ Health Dataset for Research

Nearly 40,000 All of Us Research Program participants identify as LGBTQIA+, contributing data for health research. This community has come together to share their health story with the program.
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Research Roundup: All of Us Shares Its Scientific Priorities

Since launching the Researcher Workbench just four years ago, the All of Us Research Program has made data available from more than 400,000 participants across the United States to power new health discoveries. The program plans to release additional data from more participants in the coming years, pending the availability of funds.

Research Highlights

Illustration of a person wearing a face mask lying in a hospital bed. A doctor stands next to the bed wearing a face shield and mask. There are 5 icons representing conditions linked to serious COVID-19 cases: obesity; substance use disorders; breathing disorders; digestive problems; and blood in the urine. Coronaviruses float in the background. A text says “Certain health conditions increase the likelihood of being hospitalized for COVID-19.” The All of Us Research Program logo is in the lower left corner.

All of Us Helps Link Health Conditions With Severe COVID-19 Risk

A study linked 27 health conditions, including obesity, substance use disorders, and breathing problems, to the risk of severe COVID-19 in people of European ancestry. This study involved data from DNA and health records from more than half a million participants from three databases, including All of Us.

Voices of All of Us

Voices of All of Us highlights the personal perspectives and experiences of program participants, partners, researchers, and leaders. These profiles chronicle individual journeys to medical research and the path to the All of Us Research Program.


Community Engagement Workshop: A Discussion of NIH Common Fund Data Resources

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Common Fund cultivates large, publicly available biomedical and behavioral datasets. The Common Fund is hosting a Community Engagement Workshop on July 24 – 25 that offers a collaborative environment where leaders from diverse scientific backgrounds can identify barriers to using data.

July 24, 2024

Sustaining Community Engagement in Genomics Research: A Workshop (NASEM)

A planning committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) will hold a public workshop to examine how researchers could more meaningfully engage and sustain interactions with historically underrepresented communities in research to foster their participation in genomics and precision health studies.

July 17, 2024

Faith-Based Community Conversation on the Value of Genetic Research

Learn about the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program and how you can contribute to improving health research.

June 13, 2024