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Roman Reed Champion for the Spinal Cord Injured

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Roman Reed started the Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Research Act. Roman’s Law started America’s 1st Human Clinical Trials derived from Embryonic Stem Cell (hESC) Research in hopes of Treatment. Reed long interested in Leadership & Politics for funding stem cell cures, Reed majored in American Studies with an emphasis on Politics and Leadership at the UCal.at Berkeley, where he graduated with a B.A. He  went on to Stanford University. Where he helped start the Stanford Partnership: SCI Repair as ED. In addition to his own California Law, Roman was instrumental in creating and passing an Alabama State Law called the TJ Atchison SCI Research Act based on Roman’s Law at UAB, the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Reed has worked closely with political officials at the federal, state & local level.  He was the chief lobbying force in successfully passing several State Laws for neurological research funding to the Governor and State legislature.  Roman has been directly responsible for raising over $100 M , all granted for stem cell and neurological research in USA.He has structured a number of public/private partnerships, inc. the Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury Research Act, Roman Reed Core Laboratory UC Reeve-Irvine Center, Stanford Partnership: Spinal Cord Injury Repair, Chair of Fremont City Planning Commission, TJ Atchison Spinal Cord Injury Research Act & played a big role in passing Prop.71, the California Institute of Medicine. Through this government work and his many years working to advocate & secure millions in neurological and stem cell research funding. He currently serves as Pres of the Roman Reed Foundation, Board member of ISSSCR, BM of the World Stem Cell Summit, Treas & BM of the TJ Atchison Foundation, & reigning Stem Cell Person of the Year award . He believes in the Alabama Institute of Medicine and has dedicated his precious time to ensuring research for stem cell cure.