Nationwide All of Us Database Available to Emory and Georgia Tech Researchers

As part of a beta test, researchers at Emory and Georgia Tech will now be able to use individual-level data of All of Us participants. Researchers can explore the initial dataset and tools for use in a wide range of analyses. The current version has data from nearly 225,000 participants nationwide, including electronic health record and participant-reported information. Faculty, staff, and students with eRA Commons accounts may apply for access.

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