Cameron Clokie is a Maxillofacial and and Oral surgeon, entrepreneur, as well as a scientist. Dr.Clokie serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Induce Biologics Inc which is a regenerative health company focused on getting innovative solutions for musculoskeletal reconstruction.
Cameron Clokie Career Background
According to Bloomberg, Cameron Clokie has been actively involved in academic clinical and dentistry practices for the past three decades. In 1998, he was named Professor and Head of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery at the University of Toronto.
Cameron has also had the opportunity of holding several positions on the boards of scientific companies before retiring from the academic world in 2017.
Clokie has published numerous papers and presentations on regenerative medicine and bone reconstruction locally, nationally, and internationally.
Cameron holds 25 international and US patents which are inclusive of bone healing and has successfully developed alliances that are strategic to his line of work. Clokie has transferred his vast knowledge in the scientific world into viable commercial enterprises.
Cameron Clokie Regenerative Bone Method
Current rebuilding methods of body parts are usually painful and involve using fat, muscle, and bone from one body site to fill gaps in other body parts. Peter Russel is among the only eight patients that have undergone a bone regeneration method in Canada.
Cameron Clokie uses a protein technique to seduce the stem cells of an adult into a bone tissue. Also, a similar technique is used by Dr. Clokie to reset the skeletal clock of a jaw to grow like it does in a newborn.
The aim of these techniques is to regrow a jawbone identical to the one patients lose. To reconstruct the jaw of Peter Russel, Clokie had to add a specific growth protein to a gel-like thing in the freezer which under warm temperatures it solidifies. Cameron theN modeled the mixture into the shape of the jaw that Russel was missing. Read more: Cameron Clokie Speaks to Regenerative Medicine
During the late 1990s, Cameron had a keen interest in testing BMP as a reconstructive tool for jaw surgery. His first successful jaw bone reconstruction with BMP was done in 1999 when he ground the leg and arm bones of 40 cadavers to get proteins with a total weight of three milligrams.
Cameron Clokie is very imaginative and successful surgeon who comes up with shape models of jaws from a bone.