Young Epilepsy Investigators’ Research
Young epilepsy community members presented late-breaking research on Dravet syndrome, hippocampal neuron activity during seizure, and more at AES 2015.
Seizure Analysis: Stereo EEG vs. Subdural Electrodes
During pre-surgery planning, decisions regarding which electrode(s) to utilize must be made on a case-by-case basis.
Telehealth: Treating Long-Distance Epilepsy Patients
Is long-distance clinical health care and patient education a model that can work in the real world?
A Multicultural Assessment of Frontal Lobe Epilepsy
Experts from around the globe met to discuss the neuropsychological aspects of frontal lobe epilepsy.
Genetics & Precision Medicine in Early Life Epilepsies
Is it time to breathe new life into the traditional view of early life epilepsies?
Public Health’s Role in Reducing SUDEP Risk
How can the medical community advance research and tackle the difficult issue of sudden unexplained death in epilepsy (SUDEP)?
Balance with Antiepileptic Drug Use
A twin/sibling study investigated a possible link between balance dysfunction and long-time AED use.
Interesting Neuro: Alzheimer Studies & Stroke Drug
Our Nov. news & research list includes 2 successful genetic Alzheimer treatments in mouse models and a potential drug for Parkinson disease psychosis.
Are Epilepsy and Type 1 Diabetes Linked?
Recent findings could explain underlying pathophysiology of these disorders and have therapeutic implications.
Music Therapy for Epilepsy
Researchers discovered the brains of people with epilepsy react differently to music, thus potentially opening to door to a new, conjunctive therapy.