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The Role of Philanthropy

Private philanthropy is essential to our continued progress toward improving the lives of those with RLS. The generosity of individuals enables our work to continue without interruption, even when federal grant funding falls short. Learn more about future directions in RLS research.

Gifts can be earmarked to benefit the specific projects mentioned above, or to be left unrestricted, to support either a particular physician’s work or RLS research in general. Flexible gifts such as these help us to address new opportunities and unexpected needs quickly, as they arise.

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Volunteers Needed

If you are interested in participating in a clinical study being conducted at the Johns Hopkins Center for RLS, please contact the RLS Center Study Recruiter at 410-550-1046.

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