‘All of Us’ for the future of inclusive research and healthcare
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People from historically marginalized backgrounds have been excluded from or significantly underrepresented in research studies for decades, resulting in incomplete data collection, inadequate clinical guidelines and worse health outcomes. To address this problem, the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program is working toward creating one of the most diverse health databases in history. In observance of National Minority Health Month, the ASBMB Maximizing Access Committee will host this webinar featuring the work of two BMB researchers who are using the All of Us Research Program to do their work. This event will highlight the importance of including populations from historically marginalized backgrounds in research.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
KiTani Parker Lemieux
Xavier University of Louisiana
Stephen Williams, moderator
Baylor College of Medicine
Who should watch
- Researchers who would like to learn how to utilize the All of Us Research Program in their research studies
- Principal investigators, postdocs and graduate students
- Anyone who wants to learn how they can be more inclusive in their research