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As many as 1 in 100 kids show signs of Tourette Syndrome – most of them undiagnosed, misdiagnosed and/or misunderstood.
NJCTS provides answers for these kids and their families through referrals to programs and services, education and training so that families, peers and professionals will be better qualified to help those with TS, and support of research programs so that we can find better treatments and a cure.
Bound Brook, NJ (Not open to the public)
Bound Brook, NJ
Bound Brook, NJ
Our collaborative partner, TIC Genetics, has played a major role in two large research breakthroughs in the last two years. These breakthroughs would not be…
In the news
- 26 NovRead more
Every morning I drink my coffee from a mug that says, God gives the hardest battles to the strangest soldiers. This is not a typo,
- 18 NovRead more
Applications are now being accepted for next year’s Academy at Rutgers University.
- 10 OctRead more
Dr. Graham Hartke trained at the clinic during his graduate work at Rutgers. NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders (NJCTS) has announced the appointment
- 27 Sep
NJCTS and Rutgers Scientists Contribute to Worldwide Study Uncovering Possible New Causes of Tourette SyndromeRead more
It is with great pride that NJCTS announces a research breakthrough and a National Institute of Mental Health grant of $10 million for our research
- 08 AugRead more
The 5th annual NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy took place at Rutgers University from August 2-5. The intensive four-day training promoted self-advocacy, self-leadership, resilience and
- 25 JulRead more
Governor Phil Murphy has signed legislation designating June 4 of each year as “Tourette Syndrome Awareness Day” in New Jersey.
- 21 Jun
Princeton’s Charles Griebell and Belle Mead’s Hallie Hoffman Earn Top Scholarship and Youth Advocate of the Year HonorsRead more
NJCTS presented twelve scholarships to graduating New Jersey seniors, including Charles Griebell, 18, of Princeton and Hallie Hoffman, 18, of Belle Mead.