Edric Zeng

Edric provides research and analytic support for clients from across healthcare sectors.

He applies his background in market research and design thinking to develop stakeholder insights.

Prior to joining Avalere, Edric had experience in private, public, and research settings. Most recently, he worked at StartUp Health, where he researched digital health investment trends and helped launch virtual showcases to highlight digital health COVID-19 solutions. Additionally, Edric has worked on several global health projects, most recently with the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies. In Nairobi, Kenya, Edric conducted market research, designed a business model canvas, and reviewed financial models for an outpatient medical facility. 

Edric has a BS in human biology from Stanford University.  

Authored Content

As one of the most common chronic conditions in the US—affecting approximately 10.5% of the US population and growing—diabetes (and the optimal management of this condition) remain a persistent healthcare challenge.1

On March 8–9, the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) discussed avenues to achieving equitable access to HIV prevention products for at-risk populations as well as next steps in revising the National Strategic Plan to End the HIV Epidemic.