NetworkNewsBreaks – Predictive Oncology Inc. (NASDAQ: POAI) Names New Member to Board of Directors

Predictive Oncology (NASDAQ: POAI) recently announced the appointment of Pam Prior, CPA, to the company’s Board of Directors. In addition to holding a seat on the board, Prior will also chair the company’s audit committee. An article further discussing the company reads, “Prior, 57, joins POAI’s Board of Directors with 35 years of experience in accounting, mainly in management as CFO or controller. As the founder and CEO of Priorities Group Inc., a provider of CFO services to small and mid-sized businesses, she has served as a CFO to a number of companies, including Gentris Corp., a private pharmacogenomics company subsequently purchased by Cancer Genetics Inc. Most recently, Prior was CFO at Schiller Grounds Care, a privately held lawn-and-garden equipment manufacturer. . . . Other previous CFO experience includes working with companies in the health-industry space such as Global Specimen Solutions, a privately held technology company for specimen and consent management (later purchased by Covance), and multimillion-dollar companies in other industries such as Greatwide Truckload Management, a $300 million subsidiary of a $1 billion, privately held, logistics company.”

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About Predictive Oncology Inc.

Predictive Oncology (NASDAQ: POAI) operates through five segments (domestic, international, clinical, CRO and DCHIP), which contain four subsidiaries; Helomics, TumorGenesis, Skyline Medical and Skyline Europe. Helomics applies artificial intelligence to its rich data gathered from patient tumors to both personalize cancer therapies for patients and drive the development of new targeted therapies in collaborations with pharmaceutical companies. Helomics’ CLIA-certified lab provides clinical testing that assists oncologists in individualizing patient-treatment decisions by providing an evidence-based road map for therapy. In addition to its proprietary precision-oncology platform, Helomics offers boutique CRO services that leverage its TruTumor(TM), patient-derived tumor models coupled to a wide range of multi-omics assays (genomics, proteomics and biochemical), and an AI-powered proprietary bioinformatics platform (“D- CHIP”) to provide a tailored solution to its clients’ specific needs. Predictive Oncology’s TumorGenesis subsidiary is developing a new rapid approach to growing tumors in the laboratory, which essentially “fools” cancer cells into thinking they are still growing inside a patient. Its proprietary Oncology Discovery Technology Platform kits will assist researchers and clinicians to identify which cancer cells bind to specific biomarkers. Once the biomarkers are identified, they can be used in TumorGenesis’ Oncology Capture Technology Platforms, which isolate and help categorize an individual patient’s heterogeneous tumor samples to enable the development of patient-specific treatment options. Helomics and TumorGenesis are focused on ovarian cancer. Predictive Oncology’s Skyline Medical division markets its patented and FDA-cleared STREAMWAY System, which automates the collection, measurement and disposal of waste fluid, including blood, irrigation fluid and others, within a medical facility, through both domestic and international divisions. The company has achieved sales in five of the seven continents through both direct sales and distributor partners. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Predictive-Oncology.com.

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