The All of Us Research Program is inviting one million people across the U.S. to help build one of the most diverse health databases in history. By studying data from a diverse group of people, researchers can learn more about what makes people sick or keeps them healthy. What researchers learn could lead to better treatment and disease prevention for all of us.
Historically, many communities have not been invited to take part in research, or they were invited but were not told what was involved. This means researchers know less about their health. To combat this, All of Us is asking lots of people from all different backgrounds to join the program. Participants are from different races, ethnicities, age groups, and regions of the country. They are also diverse in gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, education, disability, and health status.
The Researcher Workbench is a cloud-based platform where registered researchers can access Registered and Controlled Tier data. Its powerful tools support data analysis and collaboration. Integrated help and educational resources are provided through the Workbench User Support Hub.