Dr. Clokie’s Success in Bone Regeneration

Dr. Clokie is a scientist and serial entrepreneur. He is also a maxillofacial and oral surgeon. Dr. Clokie is the current Chief Executive officer of Induce Biologics INC. This company has focused on providing innovative solutions that can be used for musculoskeletal regeneration. As of now, Dr. Clokie has retired from academics.

He was the lead professor in oral and Maxillofacial surgery while at the University of Toronto. For more than 30 years. Clokie has been to the dentist and clinical practice, he is the head of head of Maxillofacial and oral surgery. Over his career, Dr. Clokie has been able to serve in various companies’ boards as a lead advisor.

In the field of reconstructive and regenerative medicine, Clokie has made several presentations besides publishing numerous research papers. Clokie prides himself in owning more than 20 United States Patents and some international ones that are still pending. Some of his patents are related to bone healing and reconstruction. Read more: Cameron Clokie Believes Technology is Changing Dentistry For The Better

Over the years Dr. Clokie has been able to develop strategic and profitable alliances with multiple corporations.

Through these partnerships, Clokie has been able to transfer his knowledge and understanding of regenerative medicine and ingenious solutions which have led to the establishment of commercially viable enterprises.

Clokie has designed a technique that enables the utilization of specific proteins to transform the stem cells to bone tissues. Bones develop just as they would in a newborn baby.

This procedure is currently being performed at Mount Sinai Hospital and the Toronto General Hospital. The ability to conduct these methods has been a significant milestone for medical practitioners who long had the vision of bone regeneration aimed at rebuilding the human body parts.

Clokie’s technique has also proved beneficial to patients undergoing this procedure when compared to other bone regenerative methods that are painful.

Unlike techniques that involve the stealing of the bone to harvesting of fat and muscles from other body parts, Clokie’s technology happens at the cellular level hence to trauma related to pain is experienced by patients undergoing the procedure he pioneered.

Currently, Dr. Clokie aims at generating BMP by inserting the specific human gene producing it into a goat’s embryo. He believes this will aid in the production of abundant proteins in the goat’s milk.

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