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Research projects (current)

Our research programme is only possible through grants, funding and donations from individuals and other charitable organisations, as well as our hard working researchers.


What I Need In School (WINS) - Developing guidelines for best practice for young people with epilepsy in schools in the...

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Aim The project aims to identify novel early onset epileptic encephalopathy genes which will contribute to the understanding of the disease...

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A high proportion of children with epilepsy under 12 months of age currently remain without a specific diagnosis. Our goal is...

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Aim The project aims to identify novel genes which will contribute to the understanding of the disease mechanisms causing language impairment and...

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Non-invasive modulation of brain network dynamics to suppress epileptic activity and improve cognition (EPICONN TM) Aim A pilot study to measure...

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Corticosteroids or clobazam for ESES Syndrome: a European, multicentre, randomised, controlled clinical trial (RESCUE ESES) Aim An international multicentre...

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The incidence of epilepsy is greatest in the first two years of life. Early control of seizures is associated with better...

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The fast without the spurious: developing a system for robust and rapid simultaneous EEG-fMRI measurements Aim To develop more advanced EEG-fMRI...

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Aim An international study to assess the prevalence of cardiac arrhythmias in patients with Dravet Syndrome and to compare the prevalence...

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Betashot - a feasibility study of the use of Betashot, a medium chain triglyceride-based (MCT) formula for special medical purposes in...

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Validation of the Assessment of Behaviour and Learning in Epilepsy (ABLE) Tool, a screening instrument for the neurobehavioural comorbidities of childhood...

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Dravet Syndrome is an early onset epilepsy characterised by multiple  seizure types, including recurrent status epilepticus, often aggravated by fever...

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