Epilepsy News and Research

Latest Epilepsy News and Research

New device based on concert hall acoustics enables noninvasive, ultrasound brain treatments

New device based on concert hall acoustics enables noninvasive, ultrasound brain treatments

First comprehensive report reveals the burden of epilepsy in Australia

First comprehensive report reveals the burden of epilepsy in Australia

Researchers discover a compound that reduces epileptic seizures

Researchers discover a compound that reduces epileptic seizures

AAN issues practice advisory for preventing second stroke in people with intracranial atherosclerosis

AAN issues practice advisory for preventing second stroke in people with intracranial atherosclerosis

Study provides new understanding of how memory works when the brain sees a familiar face

Study provides new understanding of how memory works when the brain sees a familiar face

Elevated triglyceride levels may increase risk of second stroke, even while on statin therapy

Elevated triglyceride levels may increase risk of second stroke, even while on statin therapy

Neuronal subpopulation responds specifically to song

Neuronal subpopulation responds specifically to song

Malaria drug could help treat chemotherapy-resistant head and neck cancers

Malaria drug could help treat chemotherapy-resistant head and neck cancers

Study provides insights into how early life events can affect brain wiring patterns

Study provides insights into how early life events can affect brain wiring patterns

Study identifies two types of brain cells involved in organizing discrete memories

Study identifies two types of brain cells involved in organizing discrete memories

Researchers discover functional links between potassium channel gene variants and neonatal epilepsy

Researchers discover functional links between potassium channel gene variants and neonatal epilepsy

Cleveland Clinic launches new study exploring the link between epilepsy and stress

Cleveland Clinic launches new study exploring the link between epilepsy and stress

Lower birth weight could lead to higher risk of developing neurodevelopmental problems

Lower birth weight could lead to higher risk of developing neurodevelopmental problems

People with better physical fitness are less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease

People with better physical fitness are less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease

Medications for epilepsy-like signals during coma do not aid in recovery

Medications for epilepsy-like signals during coma do not aid in recovery

Pioneering technique uses a magnetic device to stimulate touch sensitive brain glial cells

Pioneering technique uses a magnetic device to stimulate touch sensitive brain glial cells

Non-invasive imaging technique shows potential to help surgeons plan epilepsy procedures

Non-invasive imaging technique shows potential to help surgeons plan epilepsy procedures

TTUHSC expert wins NIH renewal grant to continue research on neurological disorders

TTUHSC expert wins NIH renewal grant to continue research on neurological disorders

Novel approach pinpoints genetic variants involved in congenital heart disease

Novel approach pinpoints genetic variants involved in congenital heart disease

NYU Langone Health awarded $8 million NIH grant to develop implantable device to study epileptic seizures

NYU Langone Health awarded $8 million NIH grant to develop implantable device to study epileptic seizures