H. REGINALD McDANIEL, M.D. received his B.S. Degree Cum Laude in 1958 with a double major of Chemistry-Biology from Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas and his M.D. Degree in 1962 from Southwestern Medical School, University of Texas, followed by an Internship at Parkland Memorial Hospital, both in Dallas, Texas.
Since graduating from Medical School Dr. McDanlel has spent over 30 years practicing Anatomical and Clinical Pathology, including positions as the Director of Pathology & Laboratories and Director of Medical Education at Dallas-Ft. Worth Medical Center in Grand Prairie, Texas.
In 1981, he began research at Fisher Institute for Medical Research using a bean extract to stimulate the immune system. In 1985, he took the work of scientists who had isolated the active principle of the aloe vera plant and conducted the first government-monitored studies in humans using a glyconutrient called Aloe Polymannan. The results were unprecedented and Dr. McDaniel subsequently focused much of his attention on the potential of Glyconutrients to help support human health.
He became a Consultant to Carrington Laboratories for 9 years and served as a Medical Director for Mannatech, Inc., a Nutriceutical Company, for 6 years. In 1996, the American Naturopathic Medical Association presented their "Discovery of the Year" Award to Dr. McDanlel. He was also Medical Director for Mannarelief Ministries, where he assisted in the mission to get micronutrients to children worldwide.
Dr. McDaniel has published numerous educational papers as well as lectures worldwide on the effects of Glyconutrients and other plant micronutrients found in the Aloe plant to restore health by nutritionally supporting normal biochemistry under gene control.
Currently, he is the Director of the Fisher Institute located in Grand Prairie, Texas and may be reached by phone 972-660-3219, fax 972-660-1245, website www.fisherinstitute.org and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. McDanlel will speak on The Power Of Aloe Vera & Aloe Arborescens Against Cancer.