Jackie R. See, MD, F.A.C.C.
Chief Scientific Medical Advisor
Stem Cell Save The Children, LLC
Dr. See is a Board Certified Internist, a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and pioneer of the specialty of Interventional Cardiology. He founded the teaching program of Interventional Cardiology at the UC Irvine School of Medicine with Jonathan Tobis M.D., F.A.C.C. and Walter Henry M.D., F.A.C.C., prior Dean of the UC Irvine School of Medicine.
He was born in Missouri and earned his undergraduate degree at UC Riverside. After graduation from medical school and completion of Internship he served on active duty as a Medical Officer in the United States Navy. This was followed by Residency and Cardiology Fellowship at the Huntington Memorial Hospital and Research Fellowship in Medicine at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston.
Dr. See has served as Chief of Staff, Vice-Chief of Staff, Chief of Medicine, Chief of Cardiology, Cath Lab Director and other elected Medical Staff positions at Southern California and Nevada Hospitals. He has been on the Medical Staff of the Western Medical Center, Anaheim, from 1983 to 2011, when he decided to not renew membership to pursue other goals.
He has published in peer reviewed journals, lectured, invented, patented, developed and marketed enabling technology in digital angiograpthy, angioplasty and ultrasound devices and pharmaceuticals, cholesterol lowering dietary supplements, drug eluting stents, MRI and CT imaging agents, liposomal drug delivery systems, oral vaccine development, stem cell biologic pathway activity, stem cell delivery quantitation devices and Islet Cell Transplantation development.
He is a Founding member of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, member of the International Liposome Society, Alpha Omega Alpha Society member, member of the Society of Echocardiography, member of the International Stem Cell Society and other special interest groups.
Dr. See has been a Scientific Advisor for many biotechnology companies and has participated in dozens of clinical trials in cardiovascular disease and diabetes. This has been done while engaged in maintaining an active practice of medicine continually since 1976. He is an active member of the California and Orange County Medical Associations and licensed to practice Medicine in California and Nevada.
Dr. See, his wife of 43 years, three sons and seven grandchildren share their gratitude of the endless opportunities we enjoy by living in America.
Dennis R. Ling
Chief Operating Officer
Board of Directors Member
Stem Cell Save The Children, LLC
Mr. Ling was born in Los Angeles, CA. He met Doctor See in 1956, while attending Antelope Valley Joint Union HS in Lancaster, CA. After graduation he attended two years at Antelope Valley College. He then served in the U.S. Navy from 1961 to 1965, in the AEWBARRONPAC squadron, based at Barber's Point, on the island of Oahu. He was selected out of the 2800 members of that squadron to fly the last barrier flight when the squadron was disbanded due to technological advances in early warning detection on the DEW line (Distant Early Warning).
After returning to civilian life he enrolled at AVJC, was married in 1967, transferred to Pierce College, where he was on the Deans list with a 4.0 GPA. After his 2 years at Pierce, he transferred to CSUN. While working at Dataproducts as a marketing engineer, he was offered a principal ownership in a computer related business where he designed test beds for repairing PCB's for high speed line printers and managing the daily operations of the spares department as well as the field service division. The partnership was disolved in 1982. He then spent two years working for a beauty supply rep. company.
In 1984 he started a wholesale beauty supply distribution company and in 2004 became a principal owner of KISCL, a commercial real estate software development company. He also owns TTMAR Consulting, a web design company. In 2006 Dr. See asked him to be on the board of directors and in 2013 to assume the duties of COO. We are now in 2017 and still struggling to raise the funds to open our first clinic to treat children.