September 29, 2021
Join a panel of health experts for a one-hour virtual discussion that will explore how our habits and lifestyle may impact heart health. Learn how health disparities, gender, sleep habits, and nutrition all play a part, and how health research that considers all of these factors may help researchers understand more about why people get sick or stay healthy.
July 16, 2021
"A national study that focuses on how diseases affect us based on our own genetics is helping healthcare professionals learn more about COVID-19."
July 12, 2021
A new antibody testing study examining samples originally collected through the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program found evidence of SARS-CoV-2 infections in five states earlier than initially reported.
June 30, 2021
COVID-19, Mental Health, Minorities, and the All of Us Research Program
Arizona Daily Star
"Minority mental health is a serious concern that needs more research. To make that research possible, we need to include all communities. That’s why All of Us seeks to reflect the diversity of the United States in terms of geography, race, ethnicity, health status, and more."
June 29, 2021
Join Dr. Allen and the women of the Delta Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. for a one-hour, virtual discussion that will explore how health disparities grew during COVID-19 for communities of color, and how medical research with a diverse group of participants may help scientists understand why.
May 6, 2021
All of Us Research Program UArizona-Banner is excited to welcome Tomas Nuño, PhD as the newest co-investigator for the program.
January 14, 2021
Featuring Featuring Dr. Francisco Moreno, Co-Investigator, and Diana Thiessen, Clinical Coordinator of the All of Us UArizona-Banner.
December 1, 2020
All of Us Diversity in Research Leads to Precision in Medicine
UArizona Health Sciences: Health Sciences Connect
"Analyzing genes and other variables can match patients to effective treatments. But the data must be representative of the entire population."