Trans-America Consortium of the Health Care Systems Research Network for the All of Us Research Program

Grant Details

Funder: NIH Office of the Director

Grant Number: OT2OD026550

Grant Period: 1/4/2018 – 3/31/2023


Lead Site: HFHS (co-PIs Christine Johnson and Brian Ahmedani)

Participating Sites:

Current Status:

Ongoing recruitment, enrollment and retention of 100,000 participants and members.

Summary of Findings:


Cronin, R.M., Jerome, R.N., Mapes, B.M., Andrade, R., Johnston, R., Ayala, J., Schlundt, D., Bonnet, K.R., Kripalani, S., Goggins, K., Wallston, K.A., Couper, M.P., Elliott, M.R., Harris, P.A., Begale, M.A., Munoz, F.A., Lopez-Class, M., Cella, D., Condon, D.M., AuYoung, M., Mazor, K.M., Mikita, S., Manganiello, M., Borselli, N., Fowler, S.L., Rutter, J.L., Denny, J.C., Karlson, E.W., Ahmedani, B.K., O’Donnell, C.J. Vanderbilt University Medical Center Pilot Team, and the Participant Provided Information Committee. (2019). Development of the Initial Surveys for the All of Us Research Program. Epidemiology, 30(4), 597-608.. doi: 10.1097/EDE.0000000000001028. PMID: 31045611. 

Ramirez AH, Sulieman L, Schlueter DJ, Halvorson A, Qian J, Ratsimbazafy F, Loperena R, Mayo K, Basford M, Deflaux N, Muthuraman KN, Natarajan K, Kho A, Xu H, Wilkins C, Anton-Culver H, Boerwinkle E, Cicek M, Clark CR, Cohn E, Ohno-Machado L, Schully SD, Ahmedani BK, Argos M, Cronin RM, O’Donnell C, Fouad M, Goldstein DB, Greenland P, Hebbring SJ, Karlson EW, Khatri P, Korf B, Smoller JW, Sodeke S, Wilbanks J, Hentges J, Mockrin S, Lunt C, Devaney SA, Gebo K, Denny JC, Carroll RJ, Glazer D, Harris PA, Hripcsak G, Philippakis A, Roden DM; All of Us Research Program. (2022). The All of Us Research Program: Data quality, utility, and diversity. Patterns (N Y); 3(8), 100570. doi: 10.1016/j.patter.2022.100570. PMID: 36033590.

Cronin, R.M., Halvorson, A.E., Springer, C., Feng, X., Sulieman, L., Loperena-Cortes, R., Mayo, K., Carroll, R.J., Chen, Q., Ahmedani, B.K., Karnes, J., Korf, B., O’Donnell, C.J., Qian, J., Ramirez, A.H., All of Us Research Program Investigators.  (2021). Comparison of Family Health History in Surveys versus Electronic Health Records in the All of Us Research Program. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 28(4):695-703. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocaa315. PMID: 33404595.