Research

NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins discusses the need to develop faster, more convenient ways of testing for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which is essential to efforts to end this deadly pandemic. ...

While the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Black and Hispanic Americans is no secret, the NIH's All of Us Research Program will launch studies, focused on disparities, that may help the country better prepare for the next great epidemic....

University of Wisconsin–Madison, in partnership with UW Health, gained a significant boost in enrollment in a national health research initiative using MyChart....

The goal is to seek new insights into the virus through antibody testing. Surveys on the pandemic’s impact on mental health and an analysis of health record information will be provided to participants....

A nationwide research project to advance personalized medicine could end up playing a role in the development of COVID-19 treatments, the project's leaders in Wisconsin say, and even address racial disparities in outcomes among coronavirus patients....

Despite facing worse health outcomes, minority populations are often left out of clinical trials and miss the opportunity to participate in life-saving research....

Those who enrolled in the All of Us Research Program at the University of Wisconsin‒Madison and UW Health, now have the potential to directly impact the national fight against the COVID-19 pandemic....

Dr. Stephen B. Thomas and his team at the University of Maryland's Center for Health Equity are in the midst of a real-time case study asking a disconcerting question: Why has affluent Prince George’s been hit harder by the coronavirus than any other place in Maryland?...

All of Us aims to collect and study health data from at least a million people in the U.S. to advance precision medicine. The program's CEO, Josh Denny discusses the role of electronic health records, how the program protects participant privacy and, most recently, how the program is pivoting efforts to make discoveries about COVID-19....

Researchers are now able to use the initial datasets obtained from nearly 350,000 participants in the All of Us research program and the tools in the All of Us studies....