Edward Ramos, Ph.D., is team lead and program director for the Participant Center, a component of the All of Us Research Program managing overall operations for national enrollment of participants as direct volunteers. Ed is also the federal point person for the Sync for Science initiative—an interagency effort aimed at developing technologies for the contribution of electronic health record data to research studies. Prior to joining All of Us, Ed served as a program director and acting division director at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering in the Division of Health Informatics Technologies. His portfolio focused on data science, data analytics, mobile health, bioinformatics, and precision medicine. His first position at NIH was in a research capacity as a research fellow at the Center for Research on Genomics and Global Health within the National Human Genome Research Institute with a focus on the influence of genetic variants on drug response and disease susceptibility. His federal service began as a legislative fellow and legislative assistant, advising then-U.S. Senator Barack Obama on health and science policy. He received his Ph.D. in molecular biology from the University of Washington.