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Proteocyte Announces Mark Hammar as new CEO
Toronto, ON; January 19, 2022 - Proteocyte AI, a company dedicated to producing a range of technological solutions that predict a patient's risk of developing oral cancer, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Hammar as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Mr. Hammar is taking...
Proteocyte Selects Medlior as Health Outcomes Research Provider
MaRS Discovery District, Toronto, ON; December 1, 2021 - Proteocyte AI is pleased to announce its formal engagement with Medlior, a health outcomes research provider based in Calgary, Alberta. Proteocyte will rely on Medlior's team of diverse subject matter experts to bring scientific expertise,...
Proteocyte Completes Successful Financing Round of $1.1 Million
MaRS Discovery District, Toronto, ON; August 4, 2021 - Proteocyte AI, a company dedicated to producing a range of technological solutions that predict a patient's risk of developing oral cancer, is pleased to announce it has recently completed its latest round of convertible debenture financing in...
Straticyte™ Abstract Selected for Presentation at the AHNS 10th International Conference on Head and Neck Cancer
MaRS Discovery District, Toronto, ON; March 31, 2021 - Proteocyte AI, a personalized medicine and diagnostics company located at MaRS Centre, Toronto, ON, announces today that an abstract and poster titled “Assessing Risk of Oral Cancer Progression Using an S100A7 Immunohistochemical...
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