With Ireland back in lockdown – and with it looking likely that we face a difficult few months ahead – we need to keep our minds busy while staying safe.
**Update 8/1/20 - Jennifer has been in touch that she now has a full compliment of people in order to carry out her study.**
Trinity College Dublin student Jennifer Wallton is currently conducting a study which is seeking feedback from people with epilepsy who were diagnosed with the condition in young adulthood.
Yesterday saw the #50MillionSteps challenge officially launch and amazingly, over 1,000,000 steps have already been accumulated.
Epilepsy Ireland will officially close for the Christmas period on Wednesday December 23rd at 5pm. We will re-open on Monday, 4th January at 9am.
Further to our recent article regarding photosensitive issues identified in the game Cyberpunk 2077, we welcome confirmation from the game’s developers that they have introduced a fix aimed at addressing the issues identified.
In another acknowledgement of the outstanding epilepsy researchers we have right here in Ireland, we were delighted to see that Dr.
We are very pleased to share with our members, volunteers and supporters that we have been allocated €23,184 under the “RTÉ Does Comic Relief” fund.
National College of Arts & Design students Conall Casey and Kevin Omelia are currently working on their final year project which is focussing on ambulatory EEGs.
Many people with epilepsy will be familiar with an EEG; which is designed to monitor and record the electrical actvity in your brain and is a common part of the epilepsy diagnostic process.