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Tissue Donation and Neuropathology

Baltimore Huntington's Disease Center

Research studies using human brain tissue are vital to the search for understanding and treatments of Huntington's disease (HD). Persons with HD who have been followed at Johns Hopkins, persons who are at risk for HD, and unaffected family members or friends can contribute to our understanding of the effects of HD on the brain by making a final gift of blood and tissue samples for diagnostic and research purposes. If you are interested in contributing in this way, the Center staff can provide information and counseling to help.

Services provided:

• Counseling
• Coordination of the autopsy

For research information, please contact:

Gregory Churchill
Research Program Coordinator
Johns Hopkins University
600 N. Wolfe Street, Meyer 2-181
Baltimore, MD 21287

(410) 955-1349 desk
(410) 955-8233 fax

gchurch3@jhu.edu

 

For information about viewing the HDSA Webinars at a different time, call or email the social worker, Kit McFarlane at 410-955-2497 or cmcfarl1@jhmi.edu


Johns Hopkins / HDSA
SUPPORT GROUP

For those concerned about all aspects of Huntington’s Disease: individuals, family, friends

Meets at 7PM
2nd Tuesday of the month at Calvary Baptist Church
120 W. Pennsylvania Ave.
Towson, MD 21204

Park in back; go in the basement.
Call Kit McFarlane, facilitator, for directions and questions:

410-955-2497


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