Fair Haven Teen to Shave His Head for Tourette Awareness

Youth Advocate Jacob Gerbman landed the role of Uncle Fester in The Addams Family and is using the opportunity to raise money and awareness.

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Federal CARE Act for Tourette Syndrome Reintroduced by NJ Congressman Albio Sires

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 bill seeks to “amend the Public Health Service Act to provide for the expansion, intensification, and coordination of the programs and activities of the National

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Spotswood Girls Varsity Basketball Team Takes The Court For Tourettes

The team’s annual charity game benefitted Nicholas’ Trek with Tourettes, which is spearheaded by fourth grader Nicholas DeLieto.

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It’s Time to Walk the Walk for NJCTS

NJ Walks for TS promotes awareness, acceptance, action, and advocacy of Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders.

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Edison Police “Double Down” On No Shave November, Raise funds for NJCTS

Police officers to get hairy and hairier, going unshaven for a second straight month so they can  raise money and awareness about TS.

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God Gives the Hardest Battles to the Strangest Soldiers

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, although, I’m pretty sure it’s supposed to say strongest soldiers.  My son, Ethan, was 11 years old when he made the mug at the hospital

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Apply to the 2019 NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy

Applications are now being accepted for next year’s Academy at Rutgers University.

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NJCTS News – November 2018

A new research breakthrough; the Leadership Academy application is available; Youth Advocates in action; Anti-Bullying month review

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NJCTS Tourette Clinic at Rutgers Signs on New Director

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 of Dr. Graham Hartke, Psy.D as Clinical Director of the Tourette Syndrome Clinic at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University

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NJCTS and Rutgers Scientists Contribute to Worldwide Study Uncovering Possible New Causes of Tourette Syndrome

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 partners around the world to continue to lead the way in finding causes and treatments for Tourette Syndrome.  In May of 2017, our team was

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