WE HAVE INVESTED OVER £1 MILLION IN RESEARCH INTO EPILEPSY RELATED DEATHS

Tragically, there are 21 epilepsy-related deaths in the UK every week. That’s why we have invested over £1 million into research to prevent epilepsy-related deaths, including Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP).

OUR RESEARCH AIMED AT  PREVENTING EPILEPSY RELATED DEATHS

IDENTIFYING THE MARKERS OF SUDEP

Identifying the markers of SUDEP using global patient data

Dr Beate Diehl

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UNDERLYING MECHANISMS
OF SUDEP

Investigating the underlying mechanisms of SUDEP in the lab

Prof Nicholas Dale

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IN DEPTH 5 YEAR
STUDY IN SCOTLAND

Looking back at the causes of death of people in Scotland with epilepsy over a 5 year period

Dr Susan Duncan

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WHY DOES
SUDEP HAPPEN

Why does SUDEP happen and can it be prevented?

Prof John Jefferys

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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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