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Leadership Team

Leaders from across many fields have joined the All of Us Research Program. Together they comprise a diverse and highly experienced team of experts. They are experts in medicine, research, technology, participant experience, and community outreach.

The Advisory Panel

The All of Us Research Program Advisory Panel gives expert guidance on the vision, scientific goals, operations, and participant perspective of the All of Us Research Program.

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Director, All of Us Research Program

Eric Dishman

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Eric Dishman is the Director of the All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

In this role, he leads NIH efforts to build a national research cohort of one million or more U.S. participants to build information to help advance precision medicine. Previously, Dishman was an Intel Fellow and Vice President of the Health and Life Sciences Group at Intel Corporation.

Trained as a social scientist, Dishman is known for pioneering innovation techniques that incorporate anthropology, ethnography, and other methods into the development of new technologies.

He also brings his own experience as a cancer patient for 23 years—finally cured thanks to precision medicine—to drive a person-centric view of health care transformation.