These aggregated, public-facing data snapshots provide an overview of All of Us Research Program participant characteristics and the types of data that we collect from participants.
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 participants in the All of Us Research Program.
The following numbers are approximated to protect participants’ privacy. Numbers reflect data collected through —.
Participants at a Glance
Participants who have completed initial steps of the program
This graph represents participants who have consented to join the program and those who have completed all initial steps of the program. The initial steps are consenting, agreeing to share electronic health records, completing the first three surveys, providing physical measurements, and donating at least one biospecimen to be stored at the biobank.
The following numbers are approximated to protect participants’ privacy. Numbers are updated as of —.
Funded Partner Organizations
Sites Collecting Samples and Measurements
These counts represent the number of program partner awardees and enrollment sites launched. These numbers are updated on an as-need basis.
This map reflects the number of participants in each state who have completed the initial steps of the program. The counts are updated daily. Note: Recruitment partners are located throughout the United States. Areas with a robust clinic presence will have a greater percentage of participants. As the program adds more sites and other ways to enroll, this map will become more uniform over time.
Includes racial and ethnic minorities as well as sexual and gender minorities, people with low income or limited education, and other groups.
Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Underrepresented in Biomedical Research
Race & Ethnicity
This graph represents the self-reported races and ethnicities of participants who have completed the initial steps of the program. The information is based on participants’ responses to a question in the program’s The Basics survey. Each participant who answered this survey question is counted only once in the numbers below. Participants who selected more than one option are counted in the “more than one race/ethnicity” category.
To learn more about this question, please visit “The Basics” in the Survey Explorer.
This graph represents the self-reported gender identities of participants who have completed the initial steps of the program. The information is based on participants’ responses to a question in the program’s The Basics survey. Because participants can select more than one option, the percentages in the graphs may not add up to 100%.
To learn more about this question, please visit “the Basics” in the Survey Explorer.
This graph shows age at time of enrollment for participants who have completed the initial steps of the program. Age ranges are provided to protect participant privacy.
Electronic Health Records
Please note: The snapshots dataset includes those recently enrolled and the latest All of Us Research Program updates. The Data Browser counts may differ from Data Snapshot counts due to a delay of several months between the time a participant consents and the time their record is included in the All of Us data that are visible in the Data Browser. The delay is a result of the time it takes for participant data to be collected, transferred to the Data and Research Center, and curated. Both datasets are considered valid by the All of Us Research Program for their intended purpose. Please use the appropriate dataset when estimating the statistic of interest, as statistics may vary in the snapshots and Data Browser datasets. When referencing these data, please name the dataset (Snapshots or Browser) and date the statistics were estimated.
Ready to Dive Into the Data?
View aggregate data in our Data Browser. The data include information from surveys, physical measurements taken at the time of participant enrollment, and electronic health records.
The Data Browser is open to the public. No account or authorization is required.