All of Us participants make up one of the largest groups of people with heart disease providing data for research.

Research Roundup: All of Us Dataset Helps Advance Heart Disease Research

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. It is responsible for 1 in 5 deaths, and it disproportionately affects individuals from different racial and ethnic communities that have been historically underrepresented in medical research. More than 35,000 All of Us participants…

February 16, 2023

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Seeks Proposals to Support Future Participant Experience

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program has released a new funding opportunity seeking technology and research services partners to help develop the program’s future participant experience. This effort will require strong expertise in designing engaging and accessible digital…

January 20, 2023

Type: Announcements

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Research Funding Opportunities to Expand the Use of All of Us Data

The All of Us Research Program is working with 27 other institutes, centers, and offices from across the National Institutes of Health to support new research on the All of Us Researcher Workbench. These grants, solicited through R03 and R21 funding opportunities, will help support analysis of the…

January 3, 2023

Type: Announcements

Headshots of TJ Exford, Ph.D.; Caitlin Dreisbach Ph.D, R.N.; Humberto López Castillo, M.D., Ph.D.; Ky’Era Actkins, Ph.D.

All of Us Researcher Ambassadors Share Their Why

The All of Us Researcher Ambassadors are tireless advocates for the All of Us Research Program. Each year, they participate in dozens of events that reach thousands of researchers interested in registering to use the Researcher Workbench. Along with other All of Us initiatives, their efforts have…

December 15, 2022

Type: Announcements

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NIH’s All of Us Research Program returns genetic health-related results to participants

The National Institutes of Health's All of Us Research Program has begun returning personalized health-related DNA results to more than 155,000 participants, with reports detailing whether participants have an increased risk for specific health conditions and how their body might process certain…

December 13, 2022

Type: Announcements

Un participante de investigación científica proporciona una muestra de sangre

El Programa Científico All of Us de los NIH entrega a los participantes los resultados genéticos relacionados con la salud

El Programa Científico All of Us de los Institutos Nacionales de la Salud ha comenzado a entregar los resultados personalizados de ADN relacionados con la salud a más de 155,000 participantes. Los informes especifican si los participantes tienen un mayor riesgo de desarrollar enfermedades…

December 13, 2022

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Notice Outlines Future Technology Needs to Support the Program’s Growth

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program is planning for a new Participant and Partner Services Center (PPSC) to enhance participant engagement, enrollment, and retention. A Notice of Future Research Opportunity Announcement (NOT-PM-23-001) outlines the anticipated support and…

November 18, 2022

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Research Program at the ASHG 2022 Annual Meeting

Since launching the Researcher Workbench in beta in May 2020, All of Us has made significant progress in engaging talented scientists with a wide range of experiences and expertise. As of September 2022, more than 3,000 researchers have registered to use the dataset – one of the largest, most…

October 11, 2022

Type: Announcements

Photo of Dr. Sara Van Driest, first director of pediatrics of the All of Us Research Program

NIH’s All of Us Research Program Selects First Director of Pediatrics

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program has selected Sara Van Driest, M.D., Ph.D., to serve as the program’s first director of pediatrics. In this position, she will help set the foundation for how people under the age of 18 can participate in this landmark precision medicine…

October 5, 2022

Type: Announcements

An infographic. Demonstration projects use pre-release data to build resources and assess data quality and validity. Along with other tools and data, demonstration project resources are made available with each data release. These tools and resources lower the barrier for researchers to use All of Us data to drive discovery.

Research Roundup: Demonstration Projects Test the Workbench's Power and Potential

With the June 2022 data release, the All of Us Researcher Workbench now includes health data from more than 372,000 participants, including information from nearly 20,000 people who have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 and more than 57,600 initial responses to the new social determinants of health…

August 25, 2022

Type: Announcements

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All of Us Seeks Input on Broadening Participants’ Electronic Health Record Data

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to seek guidance on how best to acquire and integrate electronic health record (EHR) data from health information networks (HINs) and health information exchanges (HIEs) into the program’s…

July 25, 2022

Type: Announcements

An infographic entitled “The Researcher Workbench.” COVID 19 Data Available. About 20,000 participants who have had SARS-CoV-2. More than 132,600 vaccine survey responses.

Research Roundup: Data Expansion Bolsters Trove of COVID-19 Data

Health data from nearly 20,000 people who have had SARS-CoV-2 is now available to researchers across the U.S., opening new opportunities to study COVID-19 disease prevention, progression, and recovery. These records are part of the National Institutes of Health's All of Us Research Program's…

June 23, 2022

Type: Announcements