Jane Street co-founder donates $1 million to cure paralysis


<P>November 13. 2006 (centredaily.com)- Tim Reynolds, co-founder of a thriving Wall Street trading firm, has a personal interest in research to repair spinal cord damage. Six years ago, he was paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident.</P> <P>While Reynolds has been able to continue working and enjoying his family, he said he often thinks of the difficulties faced by the 250,000 other Americans with damaged spinal cords.</P> <P>"We spend all this money to keep people alive in dark apartments watching television or in assisted living centers," Reynolds, 40, told The Star-Ledger of Newark for Monday’s newspapers. "But not enough is being done to help cure their injuries…</P>