Health Science Center Program Partnership featured in Special Edition of the Texas Public Health Journal

The University of Texas at Tyler Health Science Center (HSC) was recently recognized in the Texas Public Health Association (TPHA) Journal regarding their ongoing support and recruitment efforts for the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program. All of Us aims to improve health through research, for the goal of creating a diverse health database that represents us all.  The program currently has more than 400,00 participants enrolled across the nation.

HSC faculty and staff participated in a question and answer section to explain their role and the program’s importance in relation to advancing health research and representation of rural populations. Carlton Allen, MS, CHW, CHES, Program Director for Community Health, wrote on the health science center’s approach to recruitment in a digital world.

Contributing Members

  • Carlton Allen, MS, CHW, CHES
  • Paul McGaha, DO, MPH
  • Michelle R. Wells, BA
  • Rachel French, BA
  • Michael E. Morris, PhD, MPH
  • Michelle Crum, PhD

View below to read the All of Us Program special edition. To learn more about All of Us Research program, or sign up visit: