David H. Mason, Jr., M.d.
Vice President of Clinical Innovation
United States of America
Mr. Spencer is the co-founder of Surgical Biologics, a leading processor of amnion tissue for use in a variety of surgical implants. Since the founding of Surgical Biologics in 2006, he led the development of the proprietary PURION® Process, which processes human amniotic membrane to produce a safe, effective and minimally manipulated implant for homologous use. He has been a pioneer in the development of the latest advances in processing amniotic membrane tissue. MiMedx® acquired Surgical Biologics in January 2011, and Mr. Spencer served as the Company’s Director of Product Development until March 2013, when he assumed the role of Vice President of Clinical Innovation. Mr. Spencer has been in the bioimplant industry since its infancy, with over 23 years of experience. He is an industry expert in the development of new products and new surgical treatments using bioimplant materials. Throughout his career, Mr. Spencer has made significant contributions to the development of a wide range of products which are now considered the standard of care for certain surgical procedures. Before founding Surgical Biologics, he was Product Manager Bone Biopsy Division at InterV Medical Device Technologies. Prior to InterV, Mr. Spencer was Product Manager Regenerative Products at Tutogen Medical, where he designed products used in spinal and dental surgeries. Before joining Tutogen, he was with Regeneration Technologies, where Mr. Spencer created products that are used in spinal, sports medicine and orthopedic surgeries. Earlier in his career, Mr. Spencer worked for Johns Hopkins University as a researcher. Mr. Spencer earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Health Science from Grand Valley State University.