NIH RFI on Integrating Environmental Data into the All of Us Research Program
UT Health San Antonio is a member of the All of Us Research Hub, which is part of the National Institutes of Health. This valuable resource matches a broad research community with a diverse set of research participants. Its goal is to advance precision medicine research and fuel new insights into human health. The Research Hub houses one of the largest, most diverse and most broadly accessible datasets ever assembled. It also provides an interactive Data Browser where anyone can learn about the type and quantity of data that All of Us collects.
• All of Us has announced a Request for Information (RFI) from the external research community on integrating environmental data into the All of Us Research Program
• Environmental data is critical for researchers using the All of Us Researcher Workbench to advance our knowledge and make discoveries on how the environment influences health and disease.
• The addition of environmental data will add another dimension, providing researchers a more complete picture of factors that affect health and disease
CALL TO ACTION: Responses due by May 31
T1 to T4 in 3 (Minutes) Challenge
This virtual challenge highlights multidisciplinary UT Health SA research projects that fall within the spectrum of translational science. Presenters share their research in 3 minutes to a live, mixed audience of community members, students, and faculty utilizing language and concepts that are easy to understand - with 1 slide. Click here for more information
SURF (San Antonio Military Health System and Universities Research Forum)
The mission of the SURF conference is to “advance research collaborations among academic, military, and industry partners to improve health outcomes and readiness.” Participants will present and share research, practice, and policy knowledge; earn continuing education credits/units (e.g., CME, CNE, CDE); and connect with scholars and practitioners from the SAMHS, academic institutions, and other public, government, and private organizations. The SURF Conference highlights the latest research and discoveries of trainees, faculty, staff, and students working to improve health outcomes and readiness. All researchers, students, faculty, and staff are welcome! Registration is free!