Research Projects Directory

Research Projects Directory

1,014 active projects

This information was updated 1/22/2022

Information about each project within the Researcher Workbench is available in the Research Projects Directory below. Approved researchers provide their project’s research purpose, description, populations of interest, and more. This information helps All of Us ensure transparency on the type of research being conducted.

At this time, all listed projects are using data in the Registered Tier. The Registered Tier contains individual-level data from electronic health records, surveys, physical measurements, and wearables. Personal identifiers have been removed from these data to protect participant privacy.

Note: Researcher Workbench users provide information about their research projects independently. Views expressed in the Research Projects Directory belong to the relevant users and do not necessarily represent those of the All of Us Research Program. Information in the Research Projects Directory is also cross-posted on AllofUs.nih.gov in compliance with the 21st Century Cures Act.

1 project has 'Heart Failure and Vulnerable Populations' in the project title
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Heart Failure and Vulnerable Populations

Racial Disparities in Heart Failure (what are the predictors of heart failure and how do these predictors vary by race)

Scientific Questions Being Studied

Racial Disparities in Heart Failure (what are the predictors of heart failure and how do these predictors vary by race)

Project Purpose(s)

  • Disease Focused Research (congestive heart failure)

Scientific Approaches

Case-cohort disease of all heart failure patients within the registry
How do Social Determinants of Health affect the outcome of various Heart Failure populations?

Anticipated Findings

The implications of the social determinants of health in various HF population are dire and require focused interventions to
improve overall quality of care. The All of Us Registry is the best data available to determine how well are these patients treated
with "real-world" medical therapy. The demographic profile and predictors of worse outcomes are also noteworthy

Demographic Categories of Interest

  • Race / Ethnicity
  • Gender Identity
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Access to Care
  • Education Level
  • Income Level

Research Team

Owner:

  • Melvin Echols - Mid-career Tenured Researcher, Morehouse School of Medicine

Collaborators:

  • Robert Meller - Mid-career Tenured Researcher, Morehouse School of Medicine
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