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All of Us Research Program Seeking "Use Cases" Describing Research Questions

Posted Jan 11, 2018 by Franda Liu
Category: National

NIH All of Us Research Program will hold the Research Priorities Workshop on March 21–23, 2018 to identify key research priorities and requirements (i.e., types of data, methods, and how those methods are used) that will be used to advance precision medicine and maximize what we learn from our one million or more participants. By invitations only, the workshop will gather stakeholders from the research and medical communities, industry and tech companies, professional societies, and patient advocacy groups. New ideas can be submitted directed to IdeaScale, where they'll be collected for the March workshop. To get involved, create an Ideascale account or just check out what others are submitting.

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