Tourette Syndrome Association

Deadline: 15/10/2001
September 29, 2003

The research programme supports investigators from all areas of science who can contribute to the understanding of the genetics, pathogenesis, pathophysiology and the treatment of TS. Investigators already studying TS, and those currently working in areas of science that can be applied to the problems of TS are invited to apply.

Fields of interest include: basal ganglia physiology, neuroimaging, animal models, neuropathology, neurochemistry, clinical treatment studies. Up to $40,000 available for postdoctoral fellowships.
Address: TSA Research Program
42-40 Bell Blvd.
Bayside
NY 11361
USA
Telephone: +1 718 224 2999 x222
Fax: +1 718 9 9596
Email: ts@tsa-usa.org

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