Clinical Research Update: NIH All of Us Research Program: Research Opportunities to Improve Health for All of Us!

The University of Kentucky has received an NIH grant to support researchers and students to access and analyze data from the NIH All of Us Research Program. The purpose of the All of Us program is to establish a cohort of over 1 million participants who represent the rich diversity of the U.S. population. Nearly 500,000 participants have already completed health, environmental and psychosocial surveys and have donated biosamples; nearly 400,000 have permitted access to EHR data. Greater than 80% of participants are persons underrepresented in biomedical research including over half who are from historically minoritized racial and ethnic groups. 


Dr. Gia Mudd-Martin, UK site Principal Investigator, and the UK All of Us team will provide an overview of the data that is available, discuss the process to create a User Workbench and how our local All of Us team can provide support to researchers with data access and analyses.


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Gia Mudd-Martin, PhD, MPH, RN
Professor, College of Nursing
UK CCTS Community Engagement Core Director












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Jeffery Talbert, PhD, FAMIA
Professor and University Research Professor
Division Chief for Biomedical Informatics
Director, Institute for Biomedical Informatics
Associate Director, UK CCTS









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Noah Perry
Data Analyst, CCTS
Institute for Biomedical Informatics













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Danielle Yearby-Walker MBA, MPH, MSHI
Database Manager, College of Nursing











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Lynn Warneke
Research Program Manager