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Leftindust is a student-run initiative aiming to making a difference in the healthcare world through software development! This project officially started in 2016 as a small repository of open-source code libraries built in Java. Since then, the group has expanded to 8 team members & 2 advising physicians, with multiple on-going collaborative projects & rapid growth.

Our premier project is an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system built to streamline the transfer of patient records between clinics, all while being simple to use & financially sustainable for medical centres across the globe.

We are in a unique position to develop medical software, as our members are well-networked within the British Columbia medical system, and our developers have a high level of experience in the industry by working with various small organizations.

As to why you should be interested – we are a startup working with new technologies & applying them to real-world problems with wide-reaching effects. Our project is novel in its scope, and so is our vision for the future of med tech.

Feel free to get in touch using our contact form! As a startup in its early stages of growth, your contributions may significantly affect this project’s direction 🙂

All the best,

the leftindust team

Meet the team

Daniel Shirvani
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Marcus Dunn
Backend Lead
Aydan Gaite
Frontend Lead
Boris Vasilchikov
Backend Developer
Victor Oltean
Backend Developer
Brian Ho
Frontend Developer & Logistics
Ashkan Gharahgozli
Backend Developer & Logistics
Aysan Dehghani
Paul Zhang
Grayson King
Mechatronics Engineer

Medical Advisors

Dr. Maziar Badii
Director & Rheumatologist at ARTUS
Dr. John Vyselaar
Head of Cardiology at Lions Gate Hospital


Dr. Roger Wong, Vice Dean of Education at University of British Columbia Medical School.

Dr. Maziar Badii, Rheumatologist & Director at ARTUS Health.

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Get in touch with the team with any inquiries about our projects.

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