Dr. Cameron Clokie is a Maxillofacial and oral surgeon, serving at the University of Toronto as the Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is also identified as a serial entrepreneur and a scientist. As the Chief Executive Officer of Induce Biologics Incorporations, he runs and manages the medicine organization which has its focus directed to innovating solutions for reconstruction of musculoskeletal.
In 1985, he obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery and was done with training in the year 1990. He proceeded to study and received a doctorate in the year 1992. This was a Ph.D in bone regeneration which was about interface improvement of dental embedment from McGill University. Learn more about Cameron Clokie: http://www.ideacity.ca/speaker/cameron-clokie/
He is constantly sought and questioned as a teacher as well as a clinician. This is as a result of his inventive tactics to handle surgical procedures and management of the jaws. He has educated many on an international level as well as on oral healthcare.
Some of the topics covered include bone regeneration, future of Dentistry, University-related technology transfer and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He has been involved in these clinical practices and academic dentistry for about three decades. Dr. Cameron has also served on the scientific advisory boards of various companies.
He gained his popularity, both nationally and internationally, after making presentations and publishing many documents on both regenerative medicine and bone reconstruction. He has therefore been able to thrive in developing strategic coalitions in his business practices and in transferring his knowledge and ideas into commercially feasible corporations.
Mr. Russel is one of the patients in Canada who undertook a bone regeneration procedure which could result in the transformation of reconstructive surgery. Cameron has initiated a procedure that resets the jaws skeletal growth, thus, resulting in the bones developing as they do in a newborn baby.
This is done by utilizing a certain protein that stimulates adult stem cells to convert into bone tissue. These procedures are mostly carried out at Mount Sinai Hospital and Toronto General Hospital and are of much significance to researchers of tissue regeneration. This is because the recent methods that are being practiced are quite painful as they involve removing fat, bone, and, muscles from one part to fill a different part.