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Turn evidence-based strategies into economically sustainable solutions while prioritizing those in need
Examine how existing programs and interventions improve care and well-being to assess their effectiveness and impact
Explore together where LGBTQ+ health research and business innovation intersect to create transformative tools and programs
Collaborate on program design highlighting key priorities, aid in capacity building, and offer technical expertise to produce high-impact programs across sectors
Provide training that builds tangible skills in LGBTQ+ healthcare through a wide array of speakers, workshops, and conferences
The TRACE app was created to foster a brighter and more gender-affirming future for transgender and non-binary individuals.
TRACE seeks to provide those in transition with a safe place to document and celebrate their journey among a trusted community of allies, including tracking milestones and anniversaries, uploading and sharing photographs, and building community with other trans folks and allies.
Eidos is assessing the TRACE app to identify opportunities for future app development and refinement, recommend approaches to increase user engagement, and maximize positive outcomes for trans and nonbinary people.
I truly believe that to meaningfully build health equity, we are going to need more innovation that’s developed with industry-leading partners like Eidos. In healthcare, innovation cannot happen in a vacuum. Partnering with the Eidos team is enabling Violet to innovate, research our impact on clinical impact, and iterate in a seamless manner.
Gaurang Choksi, Founder and CEO, Violet
Before finding Eidos the team at TRACE had been passionately and scrappily building something that hadn’t been done before. We are a small team and although passionate and skilled we were struggling on which steps to take next.
We have already learned new things about our analytics, storytelling and marketing that we trust will help the transgender and nonbinary community we serve.
–Aydian Dowling, Head of Product, TRACE app
Some of the most important advances to benefit health and society at large can only happen at the interface between disciplines. Thanks to José, I’ve been able to bring my work as a mechanical engineer together with collaborators in public health, medicine, materials science, and social science to advance new and viable technology to reduce the spread of HIV.
Robert Carpick, PhD, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania