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Last data update: Sep 23, 2022. (Total: 134 Documents)

Last Posted: Sep 23, 2022
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Establishing a National Engagement Strategy for Recruiting Asian Americans and Other Minorities into Biomedical Research.
Randal Fornessa T, et al. Progress in community health partnerships : research, education, and action 2022 0 0. (3) 349-359

We partnered with Asian serving community-based organizations across the United States to increase education and awareness and developed a culturally and linguistically tailored approach for the engagement of AANHPIs into All of Us Research Program. In the first year, our national engagement strategy reached more than 35,000 AANHPIs through promotional events and educational sessions. Our success is a result of our equal and mutually beneficial partnership with community-based organizations who have access to rich, local knowledge and hold a unique role within the community.

An Overview of Cancer in the First 315,000 All of Us Participants.
Aschebrook-Kilfoy Briseis, et al. PloS one 2022 0 0. (9) e0272522

Data collected from 315,297 participants resulted in 13,298 cancer cases detected in the survey (in 89,261 participants), 23,520 cancer cases detected in the EHR (in 203,813 participants), and 7,123 cancer cases detected across both sources (in 62,497 participants). Key differences in survey completion by race/ethnicity impacted the makeup of cohorts when compared to cancer in the EHR and national NCI SEER data.This study provides key insight into cancer detection in the All of Us Research Program and points to the existing strengths and limitations of All of Us as a platform for cancer research now and in the future.

Tinea Pedis in Underrepresented Groups: An All of Us Database Analysis.
Moseley Isabelle, et al. Mycoses 2022 0 0.

Multivariate analyses revealed that, compared with White participants, Black and Hispanic participants had a higher adjusted odds of tinea pedis (OR, 1.29; 95% CI, 1.20-1.38 and OR, 1.38; 95% CI, 1.28-1.48, respectively). Higher adjusted odds of tinea pedis were observed in underrepresented groups defined by: age >=75?years (OR, 1.45; 95% CI, 1.33-1.57), LGBTQ status (OR, 1.17; 95% CI, 1.09-1.27), less than a high school education (OR, 1.22; 95% CI, 1.11-1.34), income <$35 000 (OR, 1.09; 95% CI, 1.02-1.16), and physical disability (OR, 1.56; 95% CI, 1.08-1.24)

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NIH Explores New Field of Liberation Data Science in All of Us Research Program
Hippensteele A, Pharmacy Times Managing Editor, September 2022

Correction to: Pediatric data from the All of Us research program: demonstration of pediatric obesity over time.
JAMIA open 2022 0 0. (3) ooac078.JAMIA open 2022 0 0. (3) ooac078

A worldwide effort to bank patient DNA
Ortolano N. Drug Discovery News. 2022; 18(9)

35151 The association of major depressive disorder and anxiety with granuloma annulare: A case-control study of the NIH All of Us database
Belzer A, et al. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 2022; 87(3) Supplement DOI:

Impact of cardiovascular disease: a literature review of the All of Us Research Program - An NIH Precision Medicine Initiative
Mares A & Tamirisa KB. Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal. 2022; 3(4) S20-S21

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Content Types

Original Studies74
Evidence Synthesis 2
Tools/Methods 5

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PubMed Records89
Online News/Reports/Publications24

Publication Categories

Making use of All of Us data58
Published by the program33
Mentioning All of Us43


All of Us Reports and Publications Database is an online, continuously updated, searchable database of scientific publications, NIH and CDC resources, and other materials that capture emerging discoveries and applications resulting from the All of Us Research Program with a special focus on genomics, molecular and other precision health applications that may benefit health. Contents include PubMed records via an automated PubMed search algorithm, preprint records, the relevant information from selected websites and media sources selected by experts, and linkages to contents from our curated PHGKB databases.