Community

The "All of Us" (AoU) Research Program is dedicated to better health, both in the future and today. As we learn more about the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), our program is taking steps to help participants and communities protect their health....

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it's important to step up our advocacy for communities and individuals most vulnerable – not just those with underlying health conditions, but communities of color, immigrant communities, incarcerated communities, and low-income communities....

Aaron Perry, of the Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association, will be hosting a Father/Son Night Out, February 27, partly to celebrate black fatherhood and partly to put to bed the myth that black fatherhood is in a state of crisis. The Father & Son Night Out will be a celebration of black fathers, sons, grandfathers, uncles, stepdads and more. The All of Us Research Program at UW-Madison is a proud sponsor of this event....

Diversity is a source of strength, making us a better community and preparing our students better for their post-college lives. We want all members of the UW-Madison community to feel welcome and supported on our campus....

Aaron Perry’s lifelong crusade to improve black men’s health and to crush racial disparities in so many different health-related categories is well-known here in Madison, but he's about to take things global. Mr. Perry is a member of the Community Advisory Board for the "All of Us" Research Program at UW-Madison. ...

The UW South Madison Partnership is moving into expanded space to support current and future growth as an important community resource....

Brenda Gonzalez, Community Relations Director at UW-Madison, and All of Us-UW Community Advisory Board member, has dedicated her career to helping minority populations succeed. ...

The All of Us Research Program at UW-Madison recently launched a partnership with Aaron Perry and his Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association to recruit and enroll participants in this historic health research effort to help speed up medical breakthroughs....

The 11th annual Black Women Wellness Day drew nearly 700 people to the Alliant Energy Center. Participants came from all over the Midwest, to discuss and celebrate the “Rise of the Well Black Women” theme....

"All of Us"-UW staff were proud to take part in the annual UW South Madison Partnership Community Celebration. Check out a photo gallery from the event....