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'06-05-2015 | Scottish study shows young adults with epilepsy want early information on SUDEP' image

06-05-2015 | Scottish study shows young adults with epilepsy want early information on SUDEP

Most young adults with a diagnosis of epilepsy want to know about the risks of sudden and unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP), and want to know early, according to new research commissioned by the Scottish Government. » read more

 
'30-04-2015 | Major new US initiative in genetics database for epilepsy announced' image

30-04-2015 | Major new US initiative in genetics database for epilepsy announced

A major new programme the Epilepsy Genetics initiative (EGI) which is the first ever database dedicated solely to the genetics of epilepsy. » read more

 

15-04-2015 | US trial shows promise for epilepsy from the use of liquid medical marijuana

Early results from a US trial of the cannabidiol (CBD) cannabis-based drug show promise for those with severe forms of epilepsy. » read more

 

24-03-2015 | Targeting Brain Metabolism Could Offer New Way to Treat Epilepsy

Researchers in Japan are exploring "a novel" new way to treat epilepsy involving inhibiting a metabolic pathway in neuron-helper cells. » read more

 

23-03-2015 | Scientists discover new cause of temporal lobe epilepsy development

Scientists have discovered a new cause for the development of temporal lobe epilepsy. » read more

 

19-03-2015 | A study of European epilepsy monitoring units and the implications for patients’ safety

The Danish Epilepsy Center in Copenhagen, has led an international research project, designed to study the current practices in European EMUs (Epilepsy Monitoring Units), with importance given to patient safety issues (SAEs). » read more

 

12-03-2015 | Study finds 1/10 of people with childhood onset epilepsy experience serious injury

A new Canadian study has documented the frequency, types and risk factors for injuries caused by seizures for people with childhood onset epilepsy. » read more

 

03-03-2015 | Research finds brain abnormalities in common childhood epilepsy syndrome

Researchers in Korea have identified particular brain abnormalities associated with Benign Rolandic Epilepsy of Childhood. » read more

 
'23-02-2015 |Master of Science in Rehabilitation & Disability Studies' image

23-02-2015 |Master of Science in Rehabilitation & Disability Studies

This two-year part-time postgraduate programme is designed for individuals working or interested in working in the Irish disability sector. » read more

 
'13-02-2015 | RCSI Neuroscientists make breakthrough in understanding gene activity in epilepsy' image

13-02-2015 | RCSI Neuroscientists make breakthrough in understanding gene activity in epilepsy

Neuroscientists from RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) have made a breakthrough in understanding what controls gene activity in epilepsy. » read more

 
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