News from Epilepsy Research UK

The future of epilepsy research: new personalised treatment options and novel therapeutics.

It is estimated that the first human genome sequenced in 2003 cost almost $1 billion and took four years to complete. Fast-forward fifteen years, read more

A closer look at ……GLUTAMATE

Cells in the brain must communicate with each other to function correctly. They do this using chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. read more

Other Epilepsy News

How can we determine which antiepileptic medication is the best treatment option where monotherapy is the aim?

For cases of newly diagnosed epilepsy it is often difficult to determine which antiepileptic drug will be the best read more

The Neurological Alliance is asking for your help to fill in a survey which will shape neurological services for the future

If you or a loved one has epilepsy please take time out to complete the Neurological Alliance patient experience survey. read more