All of Us – UW is building a community of Badgers interested in improving healthcare in Wisconsin and beyond.

What is the All of Us Research Program?


ALL OF US IS A RESEARCH PROGRAM FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH). It is seeking one million or more people from across the U.S. to help speed up medical research. People who join will share information about their health, habits, and what it’s like where they live. By looking for patterns, researchers will learn more about what affects people’s health.

What is UW-Madison’s role in the All of Us Research Program?


The University of Wisconsin-Madison is  a proud partner of the All of Us Research Program and is a member of the All of Us, Wisconsin consortium. The consortium represents a large and diverse patient population covering the entire state of Wisconsin. All of Us is run by the National Institutes of Health.


UW-Madison is calling on volunteers like you. We hope you will help make history and change the future of health. The health data you share will be added to the All of Us Research Program database. Researchers can access these data to conduct studies.


This could help them see how different factors, like environment, lifestyle, and genes can impact health. This may help develop medical treatments that are unique to each person.

What Participants Share


All of Us is powered by participants. We want you to understand each step along the way.


Participants answer health surveys, donate DNA samples and share their electronic health records.

Why They Joined All of Us


The All of Us Research Program is about people. Participants are part of a nationwide community who are working together to change the future of health.


Please take a moment to listen to these participant voices. They all have compelling stories to tell about why participating in this program is important to them, their families, and their communities.