Million Veteran Program (MVP)
MVP enrollment and COVID-19
The VA Million Veteran Program (MVP) takes the safety and well-being of Veterans and MVP staff very seriously as the world responds to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact. To best protect the health of our valued partners and staff members, most MVP locations across the country will be closed to in-person enrollment until further notice.
However, joining online is still available. If you are interested in joining MVP, please sign-in to start the process. Please continue to check back for the latest updates.
New MVP COVID-19 Survey available to participants now – visit MVP Online to learn more.
MVP is dedicated to learning more about diseases that impact both Veterans and humankind to help with prevention and treatment. To help address the recent pandemic, a new MVP COVID-19 Survey is now available to MVP participants. This survey provides an opportunity for Veterans to help MVP learn more about their experience with COVID-19, including how the pandemic is affecting their physical and mental health.
The Million Veteran Program (MVP) is a national research program to learn how genes, lifestyle, and military exposures affect health and illness. Since launching in 2011, over 825,000 Veteran partners have joined one of the world's largest programs on genetics and health.
Veterans who partner with MVP contribute to improving the lives of fellow Veterans and ultimately, everyone. Scientific discoveries from MVP are already underway, helping us reach our goal of transforming health now and for future generations.
Visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of MVP Online to search or browse common questions about the program, participation, privacy, and more.
For additional information, call the MVP Info Center toll-free at 1-866-441-6075 (Monday - Friday; 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. ET).
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