Alastair Clemow, Pd.D


Dr. Clemow serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Regentis Biomaterials, a private company developing an innovative material for cartilage repair. Previously he held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer in a number of companies that he helped found including Nexgen Spine, which developed an artificial spinal disc and which was acquired by K2M in 2011, Gelifex Inc., which developed an innovative spinal nucleus replacement implant and which was acquired by Synthes Spine in 2004, and Minimally Invasive Surgical Technologies, which developed a novel series of implants for minimally invasive total knee replacement and which was acquired by MAKO in 2005. From 2000 to 2004, Dr. Clemow served as Principal of Tanton Technologies, an organization that provided strategic and technical assessment of new medical device opportunities for large, mid-cap and early stage development companies.

Prior to that, Dr. Clemow served in numerous positions with Johnson & Johnson from 1981 to 2000, including Vice President of Worldwide Business Development for Ethicon Endo-Surgery Inc., Vice President of New Business Development for Johnson & Johnson Professional Inc. and Director of Research and Development of Johnson & Johnson Orthopedics. In those capacities, Dr. Clemow was responsible for acquiring or developing what today represents billions of dollars of Johnson & Johnson revenue. Dr. Clemow currently serves on the boards of Aevi Genomics, and Regentis Ltd., and has served on the boards of numerous other private and public companies, including BioMedical Enterprises, Inc., Kinetic Muscles Inc., Vyteris Inc., HydroCision, Inc., Echo Healthcare Inc., Encore Medical (NASDAQ: ENC), and Prolor Biotech, Inc., which was acquired by Opko Health, Inc. (NYSE: OPK) in 2013. Dr. Clemow is the holder of 12 U.S. patents and holds an M.B.A. in Finance from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in Metallurgy from University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom.