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 possible if families were not willing to participate in the NJCTS Cell and DNA sharing repository at Rutgers University. The use of this sharing repository in research can lead to everything from new treatments to improve the lives of those with TS to a cure.
You have an opportunity to join NJCTS in this very important work.
Research partner Dr. Robert King, a professor of child psychiatry at the Yale University Medical School and medical director of the TS/OCD Clinic at the Yale University Child Study Center, will be at the NJCTS Cell and DNA Sharing Repository at Rutgers University all day on Wednesday and Thursday, April 17 and 18, to speak with individuals and families interested in participating in the National Institute of Mental Health NJCTS Genetics Sharing Program.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your appointment.