News and Events

Intel and Google Cloud Team with All of Us Research Program

Intel joins the NIH All of Us Research Program in its historic effort to improve population health by making biomedical data from underrepresented groups available to COVID-19 researchers nationwide via the Researcher Workbench.

February 2, 2021

Type: News

National Research Program Returns First Results to Local Participants

Participants of the All of Us Research Program who enrolled at the UW Health site will soon receive their genetic results from the biosamples they donated starting in 2018. The results may reveal how their DNA might affect their body’s response to certain types of medicine and the genetic variants associated with increased risk of specific diseases.

January 21, 2021

Type: News

All of Us Research: Why Some Get Sick, And Others Are in Great Health

Angela Williams and Chris Crawford, research study navigators at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, discuss how the All of Us Research Program will benefit underrepresented populations and improve health care for future generations. They also explain their reasons for joining the All of Us team and what motivates them to propel All of Us forward.

December 3, 2020

Type: News

Essentia Seeks Participants for Nationwide COVID-19 Study

Essentia Health was selected as an enrollment partner for the All of Us Research Program, to enroll participants from rural communities in northern Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota in a COVID-19 research study.

September 23, 2020

Type: News

Vanderbilt Health Looks to Personalize Care Through Technology

Vanderbilt Health is leveraging large swaths of clinical and genetic data to create personalized health care technologies. The large swaths of data that make these technologies possible come from the All of Us Research Program, for which Vanderbilt serves as a major hub. “All of Us is really an exciting project built on a lot of converging elements and technologies that have made a scale of projects in biomedical sciences that has never been possible before,” said Josh Denny, vice president of personalized medicine at Vanderbilt and CEO of All of Us.

September 22, 2020

Type: News

NIH Delves Into COVID-19 Racial Disparities with All of Us

The LA Times reports on the All of Us Research Program's rapid pivot to COVID-19 research, calling the efforts a "potential bright spot" in the landscape of pandemic research.

July 21, 2020

Type: News

Listen: Dr. Josh Denny, CEO, All of Us, NIH

All of Us Research Program CEO Dr. Josh Denny joins the Government CIO podcast to discuss the importance of electronic health records and the program’s work to support COVID-19 research.

July 9, 2020

Type: News

Gender Equality in Medical Research Fosters a Healthier Future for All of Us

Eliminating health disparities begins with asking the right questions and having the right people answer those questions. One step in this direction is the All of Us Research Program.

February 20, 2020

Type: News

7 ways to expand diversity in precision medicine research

The American Medical Association has partnered with All of Us, which aims to enable a new era of medicine through research, technology, and policies that empower patients, researchers and providers to work together to develop individualized care.

January 30, 2020

Type: News

Fighting Unfairness in Genetic Medicine

Dr. Stephanie Devaney, Deputy Director of All of Us, reflects on the program's potential to improve the future of healthcare for all.

January 1, 2020

Type: News

All of Us Research Program Now Enrolling Wisconsin Rapids Area Residents

All of Us enrollment sites in Wisconsin are currently located in Marshfield, Wausau, Chippewa Falls, Madison, and Milwaukee. The research program has started part-time enrollment in Stevens Point, Minocqua, and Wisconsin Rapids, with other sites coming soon.

December 14, 2019

Type: News

Northwoods Residents Sought For Nationwide Research Program

Marshfield Clinic Health System is enrolling participants in this area in the All of Us Research Program, a nationwide effort to gather data from one million or more people living in the U.S. The program is of no charge to participants.

November 14, 2019

Type: News