The All of Us data is available in three tiers.
- Public tier: A high-level summaries of the data available for research. Anyone can access the aggregated participant and summary statistics.
- Registered tier: Includes individual-level data from surveys, physical measurements taken at the time of participant enrollment, longitudinal EHRs, and wearables like Fitbit. It can only be accessed by registered users.
- Controlled tier: In addition to all the data available under the registered tier, it includes genomic data and more detailed demographic, EHR, and survey data.
The registered and controlled tier data are accessed through researcher workbench, a cloud-based platform where registered user access the registered and control tiers data.
Follow the STEPS to register for researcher workbench.
After completing the registration (open a researcher workbench account, complete ethics trainings and submit a brief description of your study), you will get access to either the registered or controlled tier data based on your selection.
The data management and analysis team at Indiana University will provide support for researchers at institutions in research partnerships with Indiana CTSI: Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame.
- General help with questions related to the All of Us research program
- Help with setting up a researcher workbench
- Help with selecting variables and filtering data
- Help with data analysis
To request assistance from the team, please fill out this form.
Li, R., Wang, H., Zhao, Y., Su, J., Tu, W. (2021). Robust estimation of heterogeneous treatment effects: an algorithm-based approach. Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, 1-18.
Work in progress
Understanding the AllofUs Database: A comprehensive comparison to the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (Hailemichael Shone, Kosali Simon and Engy Ziedan).