All of Us Researcher Academy Institutional Champions Take the Floor
Tuskegee University discusses the legacy of George Washington Carver, who established agricultural research and new farming techniques at Tuskegee and surrounding areas. They explore how the expansion of the current research enterprise continues to include all other areas of science, engineering, and liberal arts.
North Carolina A&T State University, Morgan State University and Tuskegee University provide insights and updates on their research projects using the All of Us Researcher Workbench.
Join us in person at Armstrong Hall, Tuskegee University, or register below to participate remotely on April 12, 2023, 5:30–6:45 pm CT (4:30–5:45 pm ET).
Register now to receive the link to the virtual webinar.
About the Researcher Academy
The All of Us Researcher Academy is a comprehensive program that provides training and technical assistance for researchers conducting research with the All of Us Researcher Workbench, the cloud-based analytics platform where registered researchers can access participant data.
The All of Us Researcher Academy encourages researchers to engage All of Us data to explore questions about health and wellbeing. Currently, All of Us Researcher Academy resources are free for students, faculty, and post-docs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities [i.e., institutions described in section 4(b) of Executive Order 14041, incorporating by reference the institutions listed in 34 C.F.R. 608.2].
All of Us Researcher Academy Partners
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health
UNC | The North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences
The All of Us Researcher Academy is supported by the Division of Engagement, Award No. 1OT20D028395-01, All of Us Researcher Academy Program, National Institutes of Health.