Awards & Achievements

HARVARD UNIVERSITY DEAN’S HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES CHALLENGE

We were delighted to be chosen as finalists for the award in May 2013, just 3 months after starting TraumaLink. In addition to $5,000 in seed money we were highly grateful to receive coaching and guidance through the Harvard Innovation Lab.

HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL NEW VENTURE COMPETITION

In March 2014 TraumaLink was chosen as a semi-finalist for the competition, which was offered to students from all across Harvard University.

MASSCHALLENGE STARTUP ACCELERATOR

More good news for TraumaLink with its second award in a month! This time we were chosen as semi-finalists in the MassChallenge Startup Accelerator, another encouraging step forward for us and our work.

2015 MANTHAN AWARD WINNER FOR EHEALTH

TraumaLink was proud to be a 2015 Manthan Award Winner for eHealth. We were chosen from among 412 applicants in 13 categories from across South Asia and the Asia Pacific Region. Mridul Chowdhury accepted the award on behalf of TraumaLink on the 3rd of December 2015 at the Manthan Awards Gala in New Delhi, India.

US AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION VENTURES GRANT (USAID DIV)

In February 2017 TraumaLink received the first installment of a year-long USAID DIV Award for an expansion of its operations up to 100 km. We were highly honored to work with USAID and grateful for their generous support.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY PUBLISHES TEACHING CASE ON TRAUMALINK

In June 2018 the Case-Based Teaching and Learning Initiative Team at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health published a teaching case about TraumaLink. The case is being widely used as a teaching tool at the Harvard Chan School and other educational institutions. It is being broadly distributed through the Harvard Business School Publishing case distribution system and the Initiative’s case resources web site, and is primarily available to other schools of public health.

2018 GLOBAL SOUTH eHEALTH OBSERVATORY AWARD

We were highly honored to be chosen as one of 6 laureates from a pool of 178 projects from all over the world. Mridul and Jon traveled to France to accept the award on behalf of TraumaLink on 2 July 2018. They also had the opportunity to discuss our lifesaving work at the conference, which was live-streamed to over 20 countries.