NT Mobile Menu

Search form


AES 2015

AES 2015

News from AES 2015, the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, in Philadelphia from December 4-8.

AES 2015

Our Dec. news & research list includes groundbreaking research from AES 2015 as well as a few potential neurodegeneration biomarkers.

Highlights of recent pediatric epilepsy research include a minimally invasive surgical procedure and genetic testing.

Researchers discussed external devices that would allow individuals to monitor clinical and subclinical seizure activity in their home environment

Results of an MRI study and a 50-year follow-up study shed light on the effects of epilepsy on the brain’s aging process.

Researchers demonstrated promising results in surgical treatment of epileptic encephalopathy and refractory epilepsy.

What exactly should physicians do when presented with interictal epileptiform discharges (IEDs), or spikes?

Important bioequivalence issues regarding anti-epileptic drugs were highlighted at the FDA Town Hall meeting held during AES 2015.


Subscribe to AES 2015 on [sitename]

By clicking Accept, you agree to become a member of the UBM Medica Community.