AoU Research Priorities Use Cases

How do metropolitan-level factors, including residential segregation, shape pediatric and/or adult asthma?

The prevalence of asthma is on the rise and is high for racial minorities. No attention has been paid to the impact of the variation in metropolitan-level characteristics on asthma largely because of limited metropolitan variation in available data. Metropolitan-level residential segregation affects minority housing, and housing conditions are an important determinant of asthma. The All of Us project should collect asthma data from whites and racial minorities in at least 100 metropolitan areas.

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Select your required Data Item #1, which is most important to your study. This would be an item that needs to be generated and collected from different sources using various procedures, tools, techniques, assays, etc. If not in the current selection, please enter it in the textbox below. Geocode

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