Studying autoimmune diseases using electronic health record (EHR) data
June 22, 2022
Meet Aaron Abend and Emily Holladay. They are using the All of Us dataset to calculate the probability of having an autoimmune disease to improve and accelerate diagnoses.
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Changing how we think about underrepresentation in biomedical research
June 22, 2022
Meet a research team at Yale School of Medicine using the All of Us dataset to better understand associations and disparities in cardiovascular health.
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Replicating known differences in hypertension prevalence across populations
March 11, 2022
Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital test whether hypertension prevalence in the All of Us dataset aligns with hypertension prevalence in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
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New study fuels debate about the Latino Epidemiological Paradox in the U.S.
March 11, 2022
Researchers at the University of Miami leveraged the diversity and size of the All of Us dataset to test the theory that Latinx individuals have similar or better health outcomes than their non-Latinx counterparts.
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COPE survey sheds light on the pandemic's effects on physical and mental health
September 20, 2021
Dr. Holly Garriock and Dr. Jordan Smoller led a research team that designed a recurring survey to understand All of Us participants' experiential and health changes throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
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LGBTQ communities are at the forefront of Dr. Lunn's work Source: <i>All of Us</i> Research Program
March 19, 2021
Meet Dr. Mitch Lunn. He's on a mission to better understand and support the health needs of sexual and gender minority people.
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Better understanding reproductive health issues in Black women Source
March 19, 2021
Dr. Nyia Noel, an OBGYN at a Boston hospital, is leveraging the All of Us Research Program dataset to study hypertensive disorders in pregnancy and uterine fibroids.
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