To reach its goal, the All of Us Research Program is partnering with leading institutions, organizations, community partners, and participant representatives across the country.
Learn more about the program and enroll at one of our partnering HPOs, which include regional medical centers, community health centers, and medical centers run by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
The Participant Center helps people enroll who do not have access to a participating HPO. It also provides information about the program.
The program’s biobank is housed at the Mayo Clinic. The biobank supports the collection, analyses, storage, and distribution of participants' blood and urine samples.
The PTSC develops user-friendly web and smartphone apps for participants to enroll in the program. It supports ongoing testing to improve the participant experience.
The DRC houses the database of information provided by participants. With one million people providing a lot of information, the center focuses on ensuring the data is organized and secure.
The genome centers study DNA from the samples that participants give. The centers also gather results to give back to participants.
These organizations tell their communities what the All of Us Research Program is and how to join. Some of these organizations help health care providers learn about the program.
Our communications partners develop the messages, materials, and strategies to effectively engage potential participants for the All of Us Research Program.
All of Us champions support the mission and goals of the All of Us Research Program by sharing information on the program with their communities to help raise awareness.