Announcements

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All of Us Research Program Seeks Input on Future Expansion of Dataset

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program is seeking input on new data streams to link within its Researcher Workbench. By linking additional types of data to the already-robust dataset, the program intends to help researchers examine diverse factors that influence health…

June 3, 2024

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Participants Are Fueling Mental Health Research

Participants with the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program are supporting new areas of mental health research. In total, more than 185,000 participants have been diagnosed with a mental health condition at some point in their lifetime and are sharing their experiences with the…

May 17, 2024

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Returns Health-Related DNA Results to 100,000 Participants

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program has returned personalized health-related DNA results to more than 100,000 participants. In doing so, the program looked at a specific set of genes that are associated with certain serious health conditions, such as hereditary cancers…

May 1, 2024

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Devuelve Resultados de ADN Relacionados con la Salud a 100,000 Participantes

Read in English El Programa Científico All of Us de los Institutos Nacionales de la Salud (NIH, por sus siglas en inglés) ha entregado resultados de ADN relacionados con la salud personalizados a más de 100,000 participantes. Para lograrlo, el programa analizó un conjunto específico de genes…

May 1, 2024

Type: Announcements

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NIH Leaders Met with Massachusetts Policymakers to Discuss the All of Us Research Program

Leaders with the National Institutes of Health met with Massachusetts policymakers last week at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in Cambridge to share key highlights of the work of the All of Us Research Program in building its national health research infrastructure. Staff members from…

April 23, 2024

Type: Announcements

From the All of Us CEO: Keeping Our Momentum Amidst Funding Uncertainties

As we approach the six-year anniversary of the All of Us Research Program’s national launch, I find myself reflecting on how far we’ve come in a few short years. Our program – once just a visionary idea – has become an integral part of the scientific enterprise, powering research around the world…

April 23, 2024

Type: Announcements

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Research Roundup: SAS Brings Potential for New Research on the All of Us Researcher Workbench

On April 10, the All of Us Research Program released SAS Viya (known as “SAS Studio”) on its cloud-based Researcher Workbench platform. In the point-and-click SAS Studio application, researchers can perform powerful statistical analyses and data visualizations with data from electronic health…

April 25, 2024

Type: Announcements

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NIH’s All of Us Research Program Begins 2024 National Mobile Tour

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program is traveling to dozens of cities and towns from coast to coast engaging communities historically underrepresented in medical research. The 2024 nationwide tour, called “the All of Us Journey,” begins April 16th with stops planned in…

April 16, 2024

Type: Event, Announcements

A gathering of six women sitting on an outdoor bench. All are breast cancer survivors who were convened in Birmingham, Alabama by All of Us Southern Network partners

All of Us Data is a Powerful Resource for Advancing Women’s Health Research

Lack of adequate research in women’s health impedes the care women receive for common conditions like heart disease, breast and ovarian cancers, pain, endometriosis, rheumatoid arthritis, pregnancy and childbirth, chronic fatigue and more. Through their participation in the All of Us Research…

April 3, 2024

Type: Announcements

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275 Million New Genetic Variants Identified in NIH Precision Medicine Data

Leer en español   Researchers have discovered more than 275 million previously unreported genetic variants, identified from data shared by nearly 250,000 participants of the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program. Half of the genomic data are from participants of non-…

February 19, 2024

Type: Announcements

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Investigadores Identifican 275 Millones de Variantes Genéticas Nuevas con Información de Medicina de Precisión de los NIH

Read in English Un grupo de investigadores ha descubierto más de 275 millones de variantes genéticas de las que no se había informado previamente. Estas variantes se identificaron a partir de la información compartida por casi 250,000 participantes del Programa Científico All of Us de los…

February 19, 2024

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Dataset Positioned to Advance Heart Disease Research

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States – responsible for 1 in 5 deaths[i]. Data from the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program show that more than 89,000 participants have heart disease, according to electronic health record data. This includes…

February 8, 2024

Type: Announcements