Examine if DNA of participants correlates with their self-identified "race."
My theory is "race" is a meaningless categorization of most people, but nevertheless people often use social categories without significant correlation with DNA. If true, then the All Of Us data could... more »
Data suggest that place of birth is important in chronic disease causation even after people move to new locations. Similarly data abound regarding environmental exposure and chronic diseases.
Understanding gene-environment interactions in the context of race/ethnicity is important for chronic disease causation and prevention.
This study could use zip code level data to stratify risk and track interventions