Vibrent Health awarded funding to continue as the participant technologies systems center of the All of Us research program - Vibrent
In the News | September 04, 2020

Vibrent Health awarded funding to continue as the participant technologies systems center of the All of Us research program

“… Building on and validating this vision, I am proud to share that today, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded us a new funding award to continue as the Participant Technologies Systems Center of the All of Us Research Program. This award builds on a longstanding and successful partnership and paves the way for the next phase of this initiative.

The award also marks another important milestone for Vibrent Health as we lead the way in reimagining global health research as a whole. This got me thinking about what it means to “reimagine global health research.” At its simplest, I believe it boils down to a three-pronged approach centered around diversity: the diversity of populations, diversity of data sources and the ability to engage and retain these diverse participants…”

“Through our partnership with NIH, we’re setting the standard for collaboration between industry and academia, unifying excellence in science, research and digital health solutions. Our successes to date, combined with this second award, put us in the position to execute on our vision of a personalized, diverse, inclusive and transformative platform that can help the world rethink the way it approaches health research, and what we can expect from it. We are proud to be a part of a catalyst for positive, long-term change in health research.”

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