Health research hasn't always seen you. We're changing that.  

What is the All of Us Research Program?

The All of Us Research Program is a large research program from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The program is a historic effort to accelerate research that may improve health by gathering data from at least one million people living in the United States. By taking into account individual differences in lifestyle, environment, and biology, researchers will have the information to better understand health and disease. The more we know about what makes people unique, the more customized health care can become.

All of Us at Mass General Brigham

Mass General Brigham is a proud partner of the All of Us Research Program. Working together with Boston Medical Center, they comprise the All of Us New England Consortium.

Mass General Brigham is a leading integrated health care system in New England and Boston Medical Center is an academic medical center with a deep commitment to clinical excellence and health equity. We are building a community that represents a large and diverse patient population who are interested in improving health care in New England and beyond. 

All of Us New England is calling on individuals like you. We hope you will help make history and change the future of health by joining All of Us. The health data you share will be added to the All of Us Research Program database. Researchers can access this data to conduct studies. This may help speed up health research. 

Diverse Data Matters to All of Us

Diversity in a research program is important for several reasons. First, where we live, how we live, and our background can all affect our health. Second, many groups of people have been left out of research in the past. This means we know less about their health. 

By studying data from a diverse group of people, researchers can learn more about what makes people sick or keeps them healthy.

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