Exploring the All of Us Research Hub

  • Thursday, April 14, 2022 from 12:00-1:00pm
  • Virtual presentation via BlueJeans at https://bluejeans.com/361095905 | Meeting ID 361095905
  • Please RSVP by emailing Debra Reese. Please include your full name, email address, and institution/organization. 
  • This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit. We will provide instructions on obtaining CME credit for attendance.

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. All of Us offers different access tiers: one for the general public and a restricted tier for registered researchers.

Researchers have opportunities to:

  • Save time and resources and accelerate research breakthroughs by accessing:
    • A rich data resource, including biospecimens and increasingly robust electronic health records
    • A longitudinal dataset that will follow participants as they move, age, develop relationships, get sick, and try treatments
    • A diverse cohort of participants
    • Raw data and data that are already cleaned and curated
    • Robust computing and analytic tools to support complex data analyses in a secure data environment
    • A group of engaged participants who may be interested in participating in ancillary studies
  • Share workspaces and analyses with research partners and reviewers
  • Learn from the program’s pilots and experiments
  • Leverage innovations of other studies and cohorts

Meet the Speakers

Minnkyong Lee, PhD, Program Officer, National Institutes of Health, Office of the Director

Minnkyong Lee is a Program Officer with the All of Us Research Program. Since 2017, she has been working with All of Us awardees to identify and disseminate best practices in the engagement and retention of participants and researchers. Prior to that, she worked with animal models and big data at the National Human Genome Research Institute. She has taught at various local institutions, including Northern Virginia Community College and University of Maryland. Her combined experiences in the laboratory and with diverse communities bring a unique perspective to the program. Dr. Lee received her Ph.D. from Rutgers University and her B.S. from Ewha Womans University.

Hiral Master, PT, PhD, MPTh, MPH, CPH
   Scientist, Scientific Project Manager
Vanderbilt University

Hiral Master is a licensed physical therapist, certified Public Health Professional and has a PhD in Clinical & Translational Research. Starting June 2021, she works as scientific project manager for the All of Us Data and Research Center (DRC). At DRC, she focuses on initiatives related to digital health data and outreach activities within educational and research settings. Dr. Lee received her Ph.D. from the University of Delaware and her MPH, with a concentration in biostatistics, from University of North Texas. She also received a master’s in physiotherapy from Rajiv Gandhi University in India and from Seth G.S. Medical College in India a B.P.Th.

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