What is the Research Hub?
The All of Us Research Program enables traditional and nontraditional researchers to learn from a community of one million or more participants, including many who haven’t taken part in health research before. The program’s large, diverse, and broadly accessible data resource can help answer many questions to help create a healthier future for all of us.
The All of Us Research Hub divides data into two different tiers: one for the general public and a second, restricted tier, for registered researchers. This helps us protect participant privacy and ensures that only approved researchers can access participant-level data for research purposes.
The Public Tier data contains anonymized, aggregate data only. This data is available to everyone through the Data Browser, an interactive public tool on the Research hub. Data Browser data are not available for download.
The Registered Tier curated dataset contains individual-level data, available only to approved researchers on the Researcher Workbench. Registered Tier data currently includes data from electronic health records, survey answers, and physical measurements taken at the time of participant enrollment. These data have been altered to protect privacy.
UArizona-Banner Researchers Workbench
The University of Arizona has signed the All of Us Data Use and Registration Agreement. This agreement covers your individual access to the All of Us Researcher Workbench. If you are a researcher at the University of Arizona you have the opportunity to apply for access to the All of Us Research Program research platform, the Researcher Workbench.
We extend a warm welcome to researchers interested in exploring the Researcher Workbench. We want to design this platform with you, to make it the best resource it can be. Your comments and suggestions are central to that effort. Go to ResearchAllofUs.org to find out more and get started.