What information about me is displayed publicly as a researcher and why?

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In compliance with the 21st Century Cures Act and for transparency with All of Us Research Program participants, All of Us discloses the identities of researchers who have access to our data. Your first and last name, institutional affiliation, role, researcher bio, and link to your professional profile, if provided, will be displayed on the All of Us Research Hub projects directory. The description of the research purpose you provide (workspace description) will also be displayed publicly. This information will also be posted on allofus.nih.gov website to comply with the 21st Century Cures Act.

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