Access One of the Largest Health Data Resources Through the NIH All of Us Research Program

Learn more about how to access robust data collected by NIH

Researchers looking to access one of the largest biomedical and behavioral data resources can apply for access to the Research Hub of the All of Us Program, an initiative of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). Only registered researchers can access data in the Research Hub. Once registered, researchers will have access to a Researcher Workbench where they can access deeper data and research tools. The Workbench allows researchers to create research projects in a collaborative setting and access the diverse data available.

Information gathered by All of Us and available in the Research Hub includes survey data, electronic health records, physical measurements, biosamples, and mobile health data. The Research Hub contains data from over 359,000 participants, over 229,000 electronic health records, and over 277,000 biosamples.

To learn more about the All of Us Program and to apply for access, click here.

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