The Health Sciences and Human Services Library’s Center for Data and Bioinformation Services supports UMB researchers interested in using the All of Us Researcher Workbench.
The All of Us Research Program, part of the National Institutes of Health, is a historic effort to collect and study data from a diverse cohort of one million or more participants living in the United States. The All of Us Research Hub stores the health data from the All of Us Research Program and is now accepting applications from researchers to access the Researcher Workbench tools and protected dataset.
Through a Data Use and Registration Agreement with the All of Us Research Program, UMB researchers with an eRA Commons* account are now eligible for access to the Researcher Workbench and Registered Tier Data. For more information, please visit the All of Us Data Use Policies page. For guidance on completing the application and registration process, visit the HS/HSL guide or contact J-P Courneya and Amy Yarnell (email@example.com) at the Center for Data and Bioinformation Services at the HS/HSL.
*If you are a researcher who does not have an eRA Commons account, please work with CITS . Once your account is established, you may apply for access to the Researcher Workbench.