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Leynek Medical Accepted into the Prestigious Vector Institute FastLane Program

Ottawa, August 23, 2023


Leynek Medical announces that it has been accepted into the prestigious Vector Institute FastLane program. The FastLane program enables Canadian startups to accelerate their AI commercialization journey and compete more effectively in the global economy. The program offers Professional Development, exclusive Talent pool, AI Benchmarking, Commercialization and IP education, and Technology Experts to help portfolio companies make significant strides in the commercialization journey.


At Leynek, our core belief is that cancer care can be delivered more effectively and efficiently for patients, providers, and payers, with much of the heavy lifting coming from the use of advanced AI algorithms.

- William Jones, Leynek Medical CEO and Founder



With acceptance into this program, Leynek Medical aims to build on its foundational AI knowledge by leveraging experts, education, and increasing its talent pool of experts on the team to help drive innovative products to market.





About Leynek Medical

Launched in 2023, Leynek Medical is a pre-seed Angel funded and Federally backed medical device start-up that is changing the way patients navigate cancer treatment. Using a proprietary device paired with a digital app, patients are connected to their oncologists and caregivers in ways that improve the delivery of care throughout surgical, radiation, and chemotherapy treatments. Leynek Medical is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


About the Vector Institute

Launched in 2017, the Vector Institute works with industry, institutions, startups, and governments to build AI talent and drive research excellence in AI to develop and sustain AI-based innovation to foster economic growth and improve the lives of Canadians.

Vector aims to advance AI research, increase adoption in industry and health through programs for talent, commercialization, and application, and lead Canada towards the responsible use of AI. Programs for industry, led by top AI practitioners, offer foundations for applications in products and processes, company-specific guidance, training for professionals, and connections to workforce-ready talent.

Vector is funded by the Province of Ontario, the Government of Canada through the Pan-Canadian AI Strategy, and leading industry sponsors from across multiple sectors of Canadian Industry.

For media inquiries, please contact William Jones, CEO at wjones@leynekmedical.com.


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