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Category: Public Policy

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Yesterday, the Tourette Association of America in collaboration with the Congressional Tourette Syndrome Caucus held a briefing on Capitol Hill titled Scientific Advances in Tourette Syndrome Research and Treatment. Leading Doctors and Researchers in the field of Tourette Syndrome (TS) presented their recent findings on genetics, autism and Tics, neuroimaging and Comprehensive Intervention for Tics.
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The Tourette Association of America is pleased to announce that, after an extensive search, we have asked Diana Felner to join the TAA leadership team as VP, Public Policy. In this role, Diana will continue to advance the TAA’s presence in Washington as well as provide strategic direction for and ensure the implementation of the Tourette Association’s public policy activities. Diana brings with her over 20 years of experience in government and regulatory affairs, and we are excited to have her join us at this time.