National Institutes of Health's All of Us Journey Mobile Exhibit Travels to Texas

Friday, January 24, 2020 General News
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AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Institutes of Health's All of Us Journey is visiting multiple locations in Texas throughout January and February to educate communities about the opportunity to participate in a historic medical research effort. The All of Us Journey is an interactive mobile exhibit designed to share information about the All of Us Research Program, which aims to collect health data from one million or more people living in the United States––with the goal of accelerating precision medicine.

An individual's personal health can be affected by factors such as geographical location, occupation, ethnicity, genetic health history and more. By gathering health data from one million or more participants, from all walks of life, All of Us hopes to build a data resource rich with diversity—particularly from groups who have historically been underrepresented in biomedical research—in order to give researchers a more complete picture of factors that impact health and disease.

Since the tour's launch in the summer of 2017, the Journey has traveled to more than 38 states and 110 communities across the country, helping enroll more than 7,000 participants in the program. Currently, 8,820 people in Texas are among the more than 319,000 people who have already enrolled in the All of Us Research Program.

The Journey is scheduled for 20 stops across the state between mid-January and the end of February.

January 20-21, 10AM to 3PMNational Alliance for Hispanic Health & Texas A&M University-Corpus ChristiLa Palmera Mall5488 South Padre Island DriveCorpus Christi, TX 78411

January 22-24, 10AM to 4PMNational Alliance for Hispanic Health & Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi6300 Ocean DriveCurlew Plaza (in front of dining hall)Corpus Christi, TX 78412

January 28-30, 10AM to 4PM January 31, 10AM to 2PM National Alliance for Hispanic Health YWCA Olga Madrid Center 503 Castroville Road San Antonio, TX 78237

January 24, 10AM to 3PMThe Water Works in Buffalo Vayou Park (Tent only event)105 Sabine StreetHouston, TX 77007

January 25, 10AM to 4PM2020 New Years Lunar FestivalChinese Community Center9800 Town Park DriveHouston, TX 77036

January 29, 10AM to 4PM Brenda and John Duncan YMCA10655 Clay Road Houston, TX 77041

January 30, 10AM to 4PMHouston Texans YMCA5202 Griggs Road Houston, TX 77021

January 31-February 1, 10AM to 4PMNAHH & Dia de La Mujer Latina Hiram Clarke Multiservice Center 3810 W. Fuqua Street Houston, TX 77045

February 2, Time TBDDREF & Texas Southern University3100 Cleburne StreetHouston, TX 77004

February 6, 10AM to 4PMAsian Health Coalition & Chinese Community Center9800 Town Park DriveHouston, TX 77036

February 8, 9AM to 1PM Texas Farmers Market-Lakeline 11200 Lakeline Mall Drive Cedar Park, Texas 78613

February 9, 10AM to 2PM Texas Farmers Market-Mueller 4209 Airport Blvd Austin, Texas 78723

February 12, 11AM to 1PM San Antonio Go Red for Women's Summit Witte Museum 3801 Broadway Street San Antonio, Texas 78209

February 13, 9AM to 6PMFebruary 14, 7:30AM to 10:00AM Texas Hospital Association Conference & Expo (Booth only event)23808 Resort Parkway San Antonio, TX 78261

February 15, 10AM to 6PM Missions Public Library Community Event 3134 Roosevelt Avenue San Antonio, TX 78214

February 16TBDSan Antonio, TX

February 19-20, 10AM to 3PM University of Texas- Health Sciences Campus Visitors Parking Lot 6 One UTSA Circle San Antonio, Texas 78249

February 21TBDSan Antonio, TX 78239

February 22, 1PM to 6PMFebruary 23, 12PM to 6PM Mardi Gras Festival Riverwalk (Tent only event) 418 Villita Way San Antonio, TX 78205

February 22, 9AM to 12PMNational Alliance for Hispanic Health & Cassa del Rey Church3685 Culebra RoadSan Antonio, TX 78228

For more information about All of Us Journey exhibits and schedule updates, please visit

About the All of Us Research Program: The mission of the All of Us Research Program is to accelerate health research and medical breakthroughs, enabling individualized prevention, treatment, and care for all of us. The program will partner with one million or more people across the United States to build the most diverse biomedical data resource of its kind, to help researchers gain better insights into the biological, environmental, and behavioral factors that influence health. For more information, visit and

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