Become an All of Us Researcher
The All of Us Research Program offers a rich longitudinal dataset that can be used to study health and wellbeing across the disability community. Disability research is a key part of the All of Us Research Program, which has adopted the American Community Survey disability identifiers.
Learn more about how to use All of Us data in your research.
The Research Hub includes:
- An interactive Data Browser that provides an overview of data shared by participants, including electronic health records, physical measurements, genomic data from biosamples, and survey responses.
- A Survey Explorer with information about All of Us surveys, which include questions about health care access, COVID-19 experiences, demographics, and more. Demographic information collected in the surveys includes disability identifiers, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and more.
- Information about the Researcher Workbench, the cloud-based platform where registered researchers can access individual-level data from All of Us participants.
- Current research publications that use All of Us data.
Learn more about the promise of All of Us to advance disability health research
- Subscribe to the bimonthly All of Us Research Roundup newsletter to stay connected with all things All of Us research. You’ll receive the latest All of Us news, funding opportunities, researcher testimonial videos, and more!
- Join AAHD’s mailing list to receive updates about our trainings on how to use the Researcher Workbench and other AAHD news.
- Follow AAHD on social media to stay up to date on the program.
What other researchers are saying about All of Us:
AAHD is developing a cohort of disability researchers to make use of this growing dataset. Please reach out to Jacob Ditsch at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to become involved.