THERE ARE OVER 40 TYPES OF SEIZURE

There are over 40 different types of seizure, and it is estimated that 30% of people with epilepsy live with uncontrolled seizures that do not respond to medication. That is why we have invested over £2 million into research to improve seizure control for people with epilepsy.

RESEARCH STUDIES AIMING TO IMPROVE SEIZURE CONTROL

PREDICTING SEIZURE OCCURENCE

Predicting seizure occurrence using wearable device technology

Prof Mark Richardson

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BRAIN IMAGING
NETWORKS

Imaging networks in the brain to predict medication seizure control

Dr Simon Keller

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SEIZURE
TRIGGERS

Do stress hormones trigger seizures?

Prof Stafford Lightman

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THE ERUK CORSELLIS BRAIN COLLECTION

Restoration for 21st century epilepsy research

Prof Maria Thom

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Promoting, encouraging and funding research into the causes, diagnosis and clinical management of people with epilepsy and associated conditions

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Developing the next generation of epilepsy researchers and capacity building the epilepsy research environment

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Accelerating innovations for people with epilepsy by supporting research that will influence clinical practice and health policy

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