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Donating to the ARVD/C Program

Gifts to the Johns Hopkins Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy Program can be made through the Heart and Vascular Institute's website.

With your gift, we can:

  • Develop new ARVD / ARVC treatments
  • Improve screening and diagnosis of ARVD / ARVC
  • Educate patients and physicians about ARVD / ARVC
  • Investigate efficacy of new medications and therapies

This allows us to work towards a goal of extending and saving lives, giving patients hope that may not have previously been available. Hopkins physicians and scientists are working to understand the role of genetics in ARVD / ARVC, using multi-disciplinary research efforts that span the fields of genetics, pediatrics, pathology and radiology.

The Fund for Research in ARVD / ARVC was created to support these research efforts and to promote clinical and biomedical research of Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy.

Give Now

To request an appointment with the Johns Hopkins ARVD/C Program, please contact Crystal Tichnell, MGC at 410-502-7161 or