Penn Frontotemporal Degeneration Center Gift Fund
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Fundraising goal $50,000.00
Recent donations (108 donations)
Maryam K $100.00
Ruth,Greg & Kerry Kopp
Suzan and Martin Neidell $500.00
Betty Mangos
James Jarrett
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The Penn Frontotemporal Degeneration Center brings together an energetic team of creative clinicians and researchers dedicated to the investigation and treatment of early onset neurodegenerative conditions. Our Center members include neurologists, neuropathologists, neuroscientists, geneticists, genetic counselors, neuropsychologists, nurses, social workers, and clinical research coordinators, all targeting a cure for Frontotemporal degeneration .
Supporting the Penn FTD Center
Individual donations, large and small, help support the valuable work of the Penn Frontotemporal Degeneration Center. If you would like to make a donation to Penn FTD Center in memory of a loved one or in honor of someone who has supported your journey with Frontotemporal degeneration, your donation would be gratefully received.
Our Mission
The University of Pennsylvania Frontotemporal Degeneration Center brings together an interdisciplinary team of clinicians and researchers dedicated to the treatment and investigation of early onset neurodegenerative conditions.

The Penn FTD Center:

- Delivers the highest quality of care to patients and provides support for their caregivers
- Conducts translational research including neurocognitive testing, predictive genetics, neuroimaging, and biofluid biomarkers to improve diagnostic and prognostic accuracy
- Improves our understanding of the biological basis of Frontotemporal Degeneration spectrum disorders
- Trains the next generation of physicians and researchers as we move toward a cure for Frontotemporal degeneration spectrum disorders
    Donation messages
    In memory of Ismail Kanna. --Maryam K
    In memory and honor of Robert L. Kopp --Ruth,Greg & Kerry Kopp
    In memory of Robert L. Kopp ~ Nghiem Family --Ms. Mary Nghiem
    Let's find a cure for FTD. --Suzan and Martin Neidell
    To support research on FTD that is affecting a sister-in-law living in Texas --James Jarrett
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