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New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders

50 Division Street Suite 205

Somerville, New Jersey 08876

United States

Company Description

NJCTS is the group behind the world's first TS DNA Shaing Repository located at Rutgers University. The genetic materials collected through this endeavor are available to qualified researchers studying Tourette Syndrome. For more visit http://www.tourette ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Department of Genetics

Rutgers University

Education

PhD

PhD

Department of Genetics

Rutgers University

doctoral degree

epidemiology

Columbia University

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Gary Heiman, PhD, Rutgers ...

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Gary Heiman, PhD, Rutgers University Department of Genetics


Contact NJCTS - New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders

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Gary Heiman, PhD, Rutgers University Department of Genetics


New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome - Contact Information

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Gary Heiman, PhD Director, NJCTS Sharing Repository heiman@biology.rutgers.edu


New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome - Repository Staff

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Gary Heiman, PhD Director, NJCTS Sharing Repository heiman@biology.rutgers.edu

Gary A. Heiman is the director of the NJCTS Sharing Repository. He is an epidemiologist, specializing in genetics of neuropsychiatric disorders. Dr. Heiman oversees the daily operating activities of Repository. In addition to his work in Tourette Syndrome, he is also investigating the genetic relationship between epilepsy and depression.
Dr. Heiman received his doctoral degree in epidemiology from Columbia University.


Gary Heiman, ...

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Gary Heiman, PhD Director, NJCTS Sharing Repository heiman@biology.rutgers.edu

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