All of Us Research Program
Site Principal Investigator: Pamela Pawloski, Pharm.D., BCOP, FCCP
Study sponsor: National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Location: HealthPartners Neuroscience Center
Purpose of study: HealthPartners Institute is part of the All of Us research program funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The goal of the All of Us research program is to improve health for all of us, for generations to come. The research program is asking people across the United States to join and share their health information and other data to build a large research database that will inform future studies and may even help make the next big medical discovery.
If you are interested you can begin the enrollment process by creating an account online at JoinAllofUs.org. This will give you access to the Participant Portal where you can learn more about the study, complete consent forms, take health surveys, and begin the All of Us journey. If you are eligible, you will be invited to attend an in-person visit at one of our HealthPartners enrollment clinics to have your physical measurements taken and provide blood and urine samples. You will receive a $25 gift card if you are eligible and complete a clinic visit.
Inclusion Criteria: Patients 18 years old or older, current resident of the U.S., not incarcerated
Principal Investigator: Brian Martinson, PhD
Study Sponsor: The Laura and John Arnold Foundation
Purpose of study:
The Flu-PRO Study survey is being done by The Laura and John Arnold Foundation to explore ways to help patients manage flu symptoms following a healthcare visit. The survey is being offered online to people experiencing respiratory symptoms. If you have received a survey invitation and would like to participate, please contact the Center for Evaluation & Survey Research (CESR).
- Currently feeling sick from recent respiratory illness
- Over 18 years old
- Have access to a computer/internet
- Under 18 years old
- Have no recent symptoms due to respiratory illness
CESR Flu-PRO Study Recruitment line