All of Us

In possibly the largest research project in human history, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) “All of Us” program will gather information on one million individuals’ genomes. The University of Washington’s Northwest Genomics Center will become one of three centers for this research....

Dorothy Farrar Edwards, PhD and Beth Burnside, MD lead UW-Madison's participation in the All of Us Research Program, an historic, nationwide effort led by the National Institutes of Health, to help speed up health research. ...

Racial, ethnic and socioeconomic disparities are all too common in the prevention and treatment of cancer, including myeloma. Enrolling in a biospecimen study, like All of Us, will help ensure that underrepresented groups have more of a voice in health research focused on cancer and other diseases....

Eric Dishman is a living, breathing advertisement for the ambitious experiment he’s in charge of, the National Institutes of Health’s “All of Us” drive to collect and analyze the genomes of a million Americans....

A Q&A with Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron, Chief Engagement Officer with All of Us, in which she discusses the program's mission and goals, including its focus on health equity....

The overwhelming 'whiteness' of genetics research is holding back medicine, so programs. like All of Us, are working to help ensure that underrepresented groups have more of a voice in health research....

No matter their background, education or income, black women are chronically failed by the American healthcare system. This article discusses the current healthcare struggles that black women face and offers some initiatives, including the All of Us Research Program, that are working to help remedy the situation....

The medical community is lagging in its inclusion of biracial and multiracial research participants. Efforts, such as the All of Us Research Program, are aiming to increase diversity in genetic health databases. ...

Input from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) helped inform the All of Us Research Program’s commitment to prioritizing both diversity and inclusivity. ...

Many members of the research community have worked tirelessly to make medical research less suspicious and more engaging for African-American communities. Research efforts, such as All of Us, aim to help strip away racially inequitable health practices....