Cameron Clokie: Toronto Entrepreneur and Scientist

By | May 1, 2017

Cameron Clokie is a man with many talents and the accolades to match. He is a renowned oral and maxillofacial surgeon, scientist and an accomplished entrepreneur, as well. Mr. Clokie is known all over the world due to his vast knowledge and work in the field of bone reconstruction and regenerative medicine. He has published articles and presentations regarding the most innovative solutions in bone reconstruction that is still being reviewed to this day. In addition to having a brilliant mind in regards to his medical research, Mr. Clokie is a seasoned and successful entrepreneur. To his credit, he has obtained at least 25 patents, both existing and pending, including those in relation to bone rejuvenation research. Currently, Dr. Clokie is the CEO of Induce Biologics, Inc., which is a company that provides solutions and research in regenerative medicine and musculoskeletal reconstruction.

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Dr. Clokie is known by many in the Toronto medical community and around the world, as the physician who discovered a technique that reset the jaw’s “skeletal clock”. To be more specific, a procedure that successfully coaxed the bones to grow as they would in a newborn baby. In 1999, Dr. Cameron Clokie was the first surgeon to repair a jaw bone with BMP. This feat required grinding the bones of 40 cadavers just to achieve a small amount of protein. By achieving this milestone, Dr. Clokie stated that the jawbone had regrown identical to the one that was lost”. He has been credited by many as leading the charge in bone and tissue regeneration on Bloomberg.

Dr. Clokie has been a scientific mainstay in Canada for well over three decades and continues to be that source of guidance in the community. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1985 and later received his doctorate (PhD) in bone regeneration. Dr. Clokie recently retired from academia this year after serving as professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto.

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