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Why UW Researchers Want Your Genome

In possibly the largest research project in human history, the All of Us Research Program will sequence one million people’s genomes. The UW’s Northwest Genomics Center will become one of three centers for this research.

Nov 26, 2018

Type: News

The Dish | Building Bridges of Trust: Why Community Relationships are Vital to All of Us (2:04)

Some communities may be hesitant to trust a research program because there have been times in our history when government-funded research hurt people. There are ethics policies in place so events like this don't ever happen again. In this vlog, All of Us Research Program director Eric Dishman openly discusses the past, and talks about how All of Us is working to build trust with communities for a healthier future.

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Nov 09, 2018

Type: Videos , Director's Updates

UAB’s Angela Williams on Research That Determines Health Outcomes

Angela Williams of the All of Us Research Program and the University of Alabama at Birmingham talked to the Birmingham Times about the program and what participants can expect.

Nov 08, 2018

Type: News

National All of Us Campaign Aims to Enlist a Million Genomes for Precision Medicine

GeekWire interviews All of Us Research Program Director Eric Dishman about his personal experience with precision medicine and his vision for the program.

Nov 02, 2018

Type: News

Q&A with All of Us Research Program’s Kelly Gebo

Dr. Kelly Gebo is chief medical and scientific officer of the All of Us Research Program. She spoke with Public Health Newswire about the program’s progress and its potential.

Oct 30, 2018

Type: News

The Dish | What are the benefits of joining All of Us? (3:55)

Why people participate in health research can vary from person to person. All of Us Research Program director Eric Dishman shares some of the reasons why people have joined the program and the potential benefits of taking part.

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Oct 25, 2018

Type: Videos , Director's Updates

Restoring Trust in Medical Research Among African-Americans

Dr. Randall C. Morgan, Jr. of the W. Montague Cobb/National Medical Association Health Institute explains how All of Us is working to engage African American participants as true partners in research.

Oct 17, 2018

Type: News

The Importance of All of Us Research’s Health Database for the Future

Birmingham Times spoke with Dr. James Cimino, director of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Informatics Institute and co-investigator for All of Us.

Oct 11, 2018

Type: News

Hackers Are Breaking Into Medical Databases to Protect Patient Data

All of Us is committed to protecting participant data. Here, information systems security officer Kermit Littlefield explains how All of Us uses hackers to identify gaps in the program’s data security.

Oct 01, 2018

Type: News