The following collection of aggregated, public-facing data snapshots provides a quick overview of All of Us Research Program participant characteristics and information on the type of data collected from participants. Learn more about each snapshot by scrolling down below.
Note: There are many stages of the All of Us participant journey. More than — people have registered with the program by creating online accounts at JoinAllofUs.org, beginning the enrollment process. The snapshots below highlight people who have completed enrollment, our participants.
The following numbers are approximated to protect participants’ privacy. Numbers are updated as of —.
Participants at a Glance
Participants who have completed initial steps of the program
This graph represents Participants (individuals who have completed consent in the program) and Participants who have completed the initial steps of the program (participants that have completed consent, core surveys (Basics, Overall Health, Lifestyle), completed their physical measurements and have at least one biospecimen donated and received for research). This chart is updated at the beginning of each month.
The count of participants represented in each state reflects the total number of participants who have completed the initial steps of the program. Each count is updated daily. Note- recruitment partners are located throughout the country. Areas with a robust clinic presence will have a greater percentage of participants; however, as the program adds more sites and other ways to enroll, this map will become more monochromatic over time.
These counts represent the number of program partners wherein prospective participants can enroll into the program, provide physical measurements and consent to contribute their electronic health record (EHR). These numbers are updated on an as-need basis.
Funded Partner Organizations
Sites Collecting Samples and Measurements
This graph represents the distribution of age for participants who have completed the initial steps of the program. Age ranges are provided to protect each participant’s privacy.
Electronic Health Records
This graph represents the distribution of gender identity for participants who have completed the initial steps of the program. Participants self report their gender identity through the following survey question and responses in the Basics Survey: What terms best express how you describe your gender identity? [Check all that apply]: Man, Woman, Non-binary, Transgender, None of these describe me and I’d like to consider additional options, Prefer not to answer. This graph is updated on a daily basis. Because participants can select more than one option, the percentages in the graphs may not add up to 100%
Race & Ethnicity
This graph represents the distribution of self-reported responses for participants who have completed the initial steps of the program to the following question within the Basics Survey: Which categories describe you? [Select all that apply. Note, you may select more than one group.]: American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; Black, African American, or African; Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish; Middle Eastern or North African; Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander; White; None of these fully describe me; Prefer not to answer. “Other” includes the following categories: American Indian or Alaska Native, Middle Eastern or North African, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, and None of these describe me. This graph is updated on a daily basis.
Ready to Dive Into the Data?
View public-facing aggregate data in our Data Browser. The includes information from surveys and physical measurements taken at the time of participant enrollment, as well as electronic health record (EHR) data.
The Data Browser is open to all site visitors. No account or authorization is required.