All of US
BALL has been involved with the Asian Engagement & Recruitment Core (ARC) to promote the All of Us Research Program. ARC was established to shape and implement culturally appropriate, cost-effective, and scalable outreach for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPI) to encourage their participation in the All of Us Research Program.
The All of Us (AoU) Research Program aims to build one of the most diverse health databases to accelerate research in precision medicine, enabling individualized health care. With precision medicine, healthcare providers can tailor medical treatment based on our individual differences, acknowledging the impact our genes and environment can have on health.
The AoU Research Program is led by the NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH). It is seeking one million or more people from across the U.S. By doing so, it hopes to one day help speed up medical research. People who join will share information about their health, habits, and what it’s like where they live. By looking for patterns, researchers may learn more about what affects people’s health.
BALL aims to encourage more AANHPIs to participate in this research in order to reflect the diversity of the U.S. and to contribute to the development of more precision medicines supporting AANHPIs.
- Provide Transportation Choices – Enable North Minneapolis residents to access jobs, schools, stores, and civic facilities through diverse travel modes.
- Increase Community Livability – Upgrade the physical environment of Streets, to create a sense of place, support revitalization, and promote a safe and crime-free neighborhood.
- Integrate Transportation and Land Use – Link transportation investments with existing and future land uses, with an emphasis on aspects of the built environment that beyond driving, and directly impact pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users.
- Involve Neighbors in Planning- Enable stakeholders to participate in the process of developing the plan for Healthy Community Design, used as guidance for the area capital projects