All of Us Research Program Researcher Workbench
Introductory overview provided by Columbia PIs and Vanderbilt
Explore the All of Us Research Program Researcher Workbench.
Columbia Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA) manages the Data Use Agreement between Columbia University and Vanderbilt
Background on the AoU-Research Program at CUIMC/NYP:
The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program aims to partner with one million or more people across the U.S.to build one of the largest, most diverse health databases in history. The Researcher Workbench now includes data from more than 350,000 participants and encompasses a wide variety of data types, including survey responses, physical measurements, electronic health records, and wearables data. The New York City Consortium – led by Columbia University Irving Medical Center's Institute for Genomic Medicine and in partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine and NYC Health+Hospitals/Harlem and NewYork Presbyterian – has contributed data from more than 25,000 participants.
Dr. Kelsey Mayo Bio
Kelsey Mayo, PhD, is a Scientific Product and Portfolio Manager at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Mayo is a multidisciplinary scientist with over 10 years of precision medicine research experience and a founding member of the All of Us Data and Research Center. Dr. Mayo recently led the successful development and launch of the Researcher Workbench, the All of Us Research Program’s cloud-based analysis platform. She began her career as a Beckman Scholar at the Georgia Institute of Technology and later earned her doctorate designing advanced therapeutics as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow at Vanderbilt University. In her current role, Dr. Mayo is dedicated to partnering with the scientific community and finding creative solutions which accelerate biomedical research innovation and translation.