Cameron Clokie is Using His Medical Expertise to Help Toronto, Canada

Being an entrepreneur or being a scientist or being a surgeon are all extremely impressive in their own rights but doing all three at once makes you exhausted just thinking about it. Cameron Clokie of Toronto, Canada has done not only that but so much more.

According to Crunchbase, Cameron Clokie received his Ph.D in the late 1980’s from McGill University and is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Induce Biologics Inc. Induce Biologics specializes in the field of regenerative medicine.

Until the development of recent medical advances, when someone would have a surgery in which a portion of their bone would have to be either removed or filed down, the patient could do nothing to return that portion of their body to its original look. Read more; Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling

Now, thanks to companies such as Induce Biologics, regenerative medicine has become more commonplace and people are able to have operations by people like Cameron Clokie to restore features of their body to their original look.

Throughout his career, Cameron Clokie has garnered twenty five patents that are either currently valid or pending in the field of bone regeneration.

When he isn’t spearheading one of the most fascinating fields of study in all of medicine, Clokie is often found providing reduced cost or even free services to those in need all around Toronto, Canada and other surrounding provinces.

He also frequently donates both his time and money to many charities in the Toronto area. His discoveries in the medical field have also led to an entrepreneurial mindset in Clokie. His work and discoveries is being marketed and shared with many other biotechnology businesses across the globe.

It is his hope that with more people studying his work, they can collectively advance the field more quickly and more efficiently than was previously possible. With people like Cameron Clokie at the forefront of it all, the medical niche of regenerative medicine looks very promising.