the A-T Clinical Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital
In 1995, the A-T Children’s Project established and funded a multidisciplinary clinical center at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland to focus on the evaluation and treatment of patients with ataxia telangiectasia and to gather natural history data for this disease.
The A-T Clinical Center is important to A-T research, as clinical experience always assists scientists in devising new research strategies. In addition, as potential therapies are developed, having a medical center with extensive natural history data and an established patient base makes the implementation of clinical trials much easier.
The A-T Clinical Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital always welcomes collaborations with researchers that will move us closer to life-improving therapies and a cure for A-T. Researchers are encouraged to contact Director Howard M. Lederman, MD, PhD and Sr. Research Nurse/Clinic Coordinator Jenny Wright, RN.
Jenny Wright, RN
Director: Howard M. Lederman, MD, PhD
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