About the Research Hub
The All of Us Research Hub matches a unique research community with a diverse participant community to transform research and advance precision medicine. The All of Us Research Program recruits participants and collects participant data. This anonymized data becomes part of the All of Us Research Hub.
Through the Research Hub, anyone can learn about the type and quantity of data collected by the program. The Research Hub provides an innovative application called the Data Browser, that allows both researchers and participants to get a deeper dive into aggregated level data on participants’ surveys and electronic health record information.
Registered researchers can access deeper data and a variety of research tools that will become available this Winter. The diverse data may help facilitate new research studies and may lead to insights, treatments, and prevention strategies that are unique to individuals. Learn more about the overall program at allofus.nih.gov.
How It Works
Participants share their data with the All of Us Research Program through multiple sources. This data is sent to the secure cloud environment, managed by the Data and Research Center.
Participant data is received and funneled through a curation pipeline within a secure repository that connects to the Research Hub tools.
Researchers and participants visit the Research Hub to learn more about the type of data available for research. Visit the Data Browser to browse participant data.
Researchers apply for data access and register for a Researcher Workbench account on the Research Hub.
When logged into the Research Hub, registered researchers create research projects in the Workbench, which includes features such as collaborative workspaces, cohort building tools, interactive notebooks, and more.
Research Hub projects and publications are communicated through the All of Us Research Hub’s website. Each research project in the Workbench will have an associated description which will be posted publicly.