All of Us Research Program


PI:Lucila Ohno-Machado
Co-PIs:Hoda Anton-Culver (UCI), Atul Butte (UCSF)
​Amy Sitapati, Elena Martinez, Michael Hogarth, Cinnamon Bloss
Staff:Rita Kurtz, Victoria Patronilo, Emily Guardado, Akiko Garcia, Karen Bahena, Francesca Lazzaro, Jovan Moreno, Nancy Yuan
Grant:NIH: OT2OD024611
Start date of Project:9/17/2016
Expected duration of Project:4/1/2018
Description of Project:The objective of this initiative is to "engage a million or more Americans to volunteer to contribute their health data to improve health outcomes, fuel the development of new treatments, and catalyze a new era of data-based and more precise medical treatment." Subsequently, the NIH announced the PMI Cohort Program to create a national research cohort (named "All of Us") of one million or more U.S. participants. The California Precision Medicine Consortium (CAPMC) – a partnership among UC Irvine, UC San Diego, UC Davis, UC San Francisco and UC Health, along with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the San Diego Blood Bank and the University of Southern California – is one of four regional groups chosen by the National Institutes of Health to take part in a national network of healthcare provider organizations building the Precision Medicine Initiative's research participant group, or cohort. The Precision Medicine Initiative's objective is to create a framework by which medical treatment and prevention can be tailored to each individual. Precision medicine is a groundbreaking health care approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual differences in lifestyle, environment, and genes to better understand how we can improve and maintain a person's health.
​We are excited to announce our partnership with the All of Us Research Program. The All Of Us Research Program is currently in its beta phase. This means the program is still in the early stages of creating its features, tools, and resources. Your feedback will help make sure the entire program works well.
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