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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.
Foundation for Educational Administration Conference Center - Monroe Township, NJ - In this workshop, participants will learn about the symptoms, possible causes, diagnosis and treatments…
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…
The NJCTS Youth Advocate Program trains teens to lead presentations to students and community groups about Tourette Syndrome and associated disorders. Youth Advocates are 13-…
In the news
- 13 FebRead more
Youth Advocate Jacob Gerbman landed the role of Uncle Fester in The Addams Family and is using the opportunity to raise money and awareness.
- 11 FebRead more
New Jersey Congressman Albio Sires [D-NJ-8], a longtime supporter of NJCTS, has reintroduced bill H.R. 1131, Collaborative Academic Research Efforts (CARE) for Tourette Syndrome, into Congress. The
- 05 FebRead more
The team’s annual charity game benefitted Nicholas’ Trek with Tourettes, which is spearheaded by fourth grader Nicholas DeLieto.
- 08 DecRead more
Police officers to get hairy and hairier, going unshaven for a second straight month so they can raise money and awareness about TS.
- 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