All of Us

All of Us was founded with the core values that participation is open to all; that the rich diversity of the United States is one of our greatest strengths; and that you, our participant, walk with us as our partner. We seek to treat all with respect, dignity, and value, and to communicate often and clearly to earn your trust. These values remind us of why we’re here, and why the research we’re moving forward...

Lucretia Sullivan-Wade, a community outreach specialist for UW-Madison's participation in the national All of Us Research Program, discusses the racial disparities that exist in health research and how the All of Us program is reaching out to communities of color in Madison and elsewhere to help ensure they have more of a voice in the future of healthcare....

Milwaukee County officials signed an ordinance Wednesday afternoon declaring their commitment to achieving racial equity and health. Part of the ordinance aims to provide all residents with quality health care and positive health outcomes as the African-American community continues to be disproportionately impacted by COVID-19....

Men and women’s bodies often respond differently to medical conditions and the resulting treatments. Men and women differ in metabolism, hormone levels, physical size, and perhaps other ways that are as yet unknown due to lack of research—but treatments are often developed based on the “average” clinical trial participant who tends to be white and male....

Please Note: All of Us Research Program in-person enrollment is suspended until further notice.

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