“The National Institutes of Health has selected Joshua Denny, MD, to serve as chief executive officer of the All of Us research program.”
“Denny currently is vice president of personalized medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.”
“NIH’s All of Us research program, a Precision Medicine Initiative cohort, aims to recruit a million or more participants to contribute their physical, genomic and electronic health record data to generate medical breakthroughs.”
“To date, more than 300,000 Americans have been enrolled in the program, including more than 233,000 who have agreed to share their EHR, completed health surveys, provided physical measurements and donated biospecimens…”
“Denny will succeed current All of Us Director Eric Dishman, who will become the program’s chief innovation officer. In addition, NIH announced that All of Us Deputy Director Stephanie Devaney is being promoted to chief operating officer…” Read the full article here.
Source: NIH picks Denny to be CEO of All of Us research program – By Greg Slabodkin, December 11, 2019. HealthData Management.