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David Rojas

Chief Executive Officer

David Rojas is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and the Director, Evaluations at the MD Program, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. David is the first Colombian and the first Engineer to hold a Scientist at the Wilson Centre, the leading centre for research in Medical Education WorldWide. David brings his engineering expertise into the design, development, manufacturing and validation of the models at proxSIMity. With a PhD in Medical Sciences, David is the bridge between the manufacturing field and our ultimate users, Hospitals and Academic Institutions. David loves sports and social gatherings. He is currently training to complete an IRONMAN in 2022.

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Artur Arutiunian

Chief Development Officer

Artur is a graduate student in Master of Health Science Informatics at Ontario Tech University. His passion for design and manufacturing assists his knowledge in human anatomy and biology to create the most innovative and needed products for the health care industry. Artur makes sure to maintain the high level of sustainability that ProxSIMity believes in while developing cost-efficient educational models. 
Artur has completed many obstacle races and several mountain biking championships. 

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Malavan Balachandran

Chief Sales Officer

Malavan is currently a Biological Sciences student at Ontario Tech University. Some of his passions and hobbies include connecting with new people, watching anime, listening to EDM, exploring nature, and learning new things. Malavan's goals are to get Proxsimity to hit 100k by the end of the year and to grow and adapt as a person every chance he gets.

He strongly believes in the saying "if you don't fit into a box, make your own."

Krystina Clarke

Chief Brand Officer

Krystina is a Master of Health Sciences student at Ontario Tech University in Oshawa. She graduated in June 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences, specializing in Human Health. Krystina is currently conducting her thesis research in the Health Informatics field as well as working as a Graduate Research Assistant. Her work focuses on utilizing simulation and disruptive technologies in healthcare to alleviate burdens on health outcomes. In her spare time, Krystina enjoys going for long bike rides, practicing yoga, or learning a new creative skill.

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Daniel Montero

Research & Development Intern

Daniel is a Master of Science student in Electronic Engineering at Pontifical Bolivarian University, Colombia. Currently, he is a Fellow Research at the University of Toronto (Temerty Faculty of Medicine). Daniel has experience in developing innovative technological products, starting from an idea to manufacturing at an industrial level. He is an inventor of four patent applications and has ample experience in developing Machine Learning and AI models. His current research interest is in the application of AI models in medical education.

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