Lowering Barriers to Early Cancer Screening

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What We Do

We are developing a low-cost, non-invasive solution for early detection and preliminary diagnosis of Breast Cancer. Our mission is to provide accessible Cancer Imaging Technology to all; we are particulary interested in delivering products to low- and middle-income nations.


Our goal is to deliver cutting-edge medical imaging technology to undercut the healthcare costs that are currently hindering early diagnosis and care for cancer patients.


We believe that our solutions will soon become one of the biggest segments in the industry. Stay tuned to learn all there is to know about the smart tech behind our medical imaging devices.


We are working on revolutionizing the current state of the art so that patients, regardless of their socioeconimic background, can receive their diagnosis in a way that has never been done before!

About Us

The creators of EarlyByrd are a group of graduate students studying Mathematics and Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology. They all grew up in East and West Africa and were able to identify a severe shortage of medical imaging systems in their home countries. They took on the challenge in order to lower the barriers to early cancer detection in developing countries. MRI and CT scans are extremely expensive and most citizens in developing nations simply cannot afford the costs. In many situations, cancer patients find out about their ailments when it's too late. Early diagnosis through their creation can add at least 5 years to a patient’s life.

In order to provide excellent solutions, we dedicate time and resources to research the market needs and our users’ habits and motives. We have, and will continue to work tirelessly to become the technological standard, providing big picture insights which industry leaders not only approve of, but also depend on.

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All our news at a glance!

Lower Barriers to early cancer screening

Cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, and more than two-thirds of cancer deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. Although developing countries bear 80% of the global cancer burden, only about 5% of global resources devoted to cancer are found in these countries. »

Announcing the First Act Fund Summer 2020 Grantees

We believe that this round of grantees — 15 in total, each led by a young person aged 24 or younger — offers hope in today’s world. With their skills and driven by their lived experiences, these grantees are addressing some of our greatest challenges in criminal justice, education, economic opportunity, healthcare, and the environment. »

Our Mentors

We thank our mentors for their support and help!

Michael Judith

Jeanette Kraar

Dr. James Stanley

Meet The Team

We are a diverse team of driven and innovative individuals working towards developing cutting-edge technology. We are hard working, we are easy to talk to, and we love challenges!

Bindi Nagda

Founder & Chief Technologist

Bindi Nagda is a research assistant in Computational Biology, funded by a NIH/NIGMS grant. She is also a DGRATS scholar and is developing software to study the kinematics of chemotaxis for her PhD dissertation. She is developing the image reconstruction algorithm while leading the team.

Pascal Dao

Co-founder and Principle Engineer

Pascal Dao is a PhD student in Computer Engineering with a focus on Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence. He is responsible for the electronics design as well as the firmware for the device. He is an avid software developer and an engineering intern at Jaycon Systems.

Godwyll Aikins

Co-founder and Mechanical Engineer

Godwyll Aikins is a Master’s student in Mechanical Engineering with a focus in Control Systems. His responsibilities include designing, prototyping, and testing the device. He is also involved in the engineering of electronics and firmware.

Bhumika Patel

Product Development Engineer

Bhumika Patel holds her MSc. in Aerospace Engineering with focus on robotics. Her work experience as mechanical engineer will be useful for prototyping and designing the product. She is responsible for producing CAD models and assemblies of the EalyByrd device, and is the creative lead behind our website.

Harold Raghunandan

Product Development Engineer

Harold Raghunandan is responsible for the development of the device’s mobile application interface. He is currently a software engineering student at Florida Tech. He is highly skilled at cross platform mobile app development which would help EarlyByrd to develop its highly efficient mobile app. He also works as a mobile app developer at Number Cruncher Inc. and CEO of the ResKit Labs.

Nashaita Patrawalla

Biomedical Engineer

Nashaita Patrawalla is a Master's student in Biomedical Engineering. She has a strong background in biomaterials, mechanical testing, and biological assays. For Earlybyrd, Nashaita serves as a Biomedical Engineer, working on FDA approval process, device biocompatibility and testing procedure.

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Melbourne, Florida, USA 32901


+1 123 456 7890

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