Through profound intellectual capabilities and unwavering dedication to his field, Cameron Clokie has earned a top recognition in the realms of the medical career. Currently, Dr. Clokie works with Induce Biologics, Inc. as the chief executive officer.
Induce Biologics is a regenerative medicine company which primarily focuses on the provision of innovative nouveau solutions for musculoskeletal reconstruction. Cameron Clokie features a stringently busy practice in Toronto, Ohio from where de carries out implant dentistry, facial reconstruction, and bone regeneration.
Cameron Clokie is also the current chair of Scientific Advisory Board as well as the chief scientific officer of the Osprey Biomedical Corporation. Moreover, Cameron Clokie has been the head of Oral and Maxillofacial as well as a professor at the esteemed University of Toronto for more than 30 years before he retired from the academic field this year.
He was also actively involved in the research and development of the successful bone regenerative technologies which he thought would help in the recreation of faces through bone regeneration after bone implants placement.
Cameron is an alumnus of the famed McGill University from where he attained two degrees. One in 1985, a Doctor of Dental Surgery in addition to a Ph.D. in bone regeneration. He has done international lectures on regenerative medicine and bone regeneration. Learn more about Cameron Clokie: http://www.ideacity.ca/speaker/cameron-clokie/ and https://ca.linkedin.com/in/dr-cameron-clokie-136991109
Similarly, Cameron has made numerous publications on the same topics. He is additionally a serial entrepreneur who possesses strong business links across the world. With more than 25 patents on bone reconstruction and regenerative medicine patents in the United States and internationally. As such, he has successfully transferred his expert knowledge into a profound business empire. Read more: Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling
Clokie’s extensive research in the bone regeneration fields has provided hope and ameliorated the lives of several patients in Canada who had their faces reconstructed through this procedure. The innovative technology has benefited many who has suffered from numerous illnesses.
Cameron Clokie was successfully able to utilize a particular growth protein, bone morphogenetic protein, as a coaxing agent for adult stem cells to help in the generation of a new jawbone identical to the lost one. The growth protein solidifies in warm temperatures and liquefies in freezing temperatures can be modeled to suit and fit into any needed form and shape.