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Washington College's Phi Delta Theta visits the Packard Center

The Packard Center recently hosted members of Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland for a tour of the lab and to learn more about the Center's research mission.  After a tour and question and answer session, the group discussed how the fraternity might partner with the Robert Packard Center for ALS to raise funds for research.

Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Department of Neurology currently has two alumni employees, Darius Johnson, development data specialist, and Heather Culp, senior director of development​.

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