The All of Us Research Program is a large research program from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The goal is to help researchers understand more about why people get sick or stay healthy. We hope that more than one million people will join All of Us.
People who join will share information about their health, habits, and what it’s like where they live. By looking for patterns in this information, researchers may learn more about what affects people’s health.
New Yorkers, we need your help. We are working with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the All of Us Research Program to help speed up health research. All of Us is looking for New Yorkers to share their health data with our approved researchers.
Members of the New York City Consortium include Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Weill Cornell Medicine, NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem and NewYork-Presbyterian.
The All of Us New York City Consortium is calling on volunteers like you. By working together, we may help change the future of health.
You can enroll online today. You do not need insurance to enroll.JOIN NOW
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Please contact us to learn more about participating in the program.
Your privacy is very important, and we will take great care to protect it if you join. Here are a few of the steps we will take:
Still, loss of privacy is a risk of taking part in the All of Us Research Program. Even without your name, there is a chance someone could figure out who you are. Your information could be misused. We believe the chance of this is very small, but it is not zero.
If you join, you will be contributing to research that may improve health for everyone. Our goal is to understand why people get sick or stay healthy.
Also, you will be able to see your All of Us Research Program information, which might be interesting to you. You may also learn about your health. If you choose, you will be able to share your All of Us information with your health care provider.
Precision medicine is health care that is based on you as an individual. It takes into account factors like where you live, what you do, your genes, and your family health history. The goal of precision medicine is to be able to tell people the best ways to stay healthy.