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Our theme for July is research in a lab setting

Research carried out in a laboratory is experimental. Scientific methods are used to discover how seizures occur, as well as investigate ways to improve diagnosis, treatments and prevention. On the Research Blog this month, we look at how laboratory research is providing us with hope for new innovations and how people with epilepsy are shaping this vital work.

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IN THE NEWS

Epilepsy Research UK joins forces with the TSA to develop a future leader in epilepsy and TSC research

July 4th, 2022|

Epilepsy Research UK is pleased to announce a funding collaboration with the Tuberous Sclerosis Association (TSA)  as part of our 2022/23 Grant Round. The funding will [...]

Through the incredible efforts of our supporters over the last twelve months, we are delighted that Epilepsy Research UK was able to make over £1.3 million available for our 2021 grant awards.

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – none of the research we fund would be possible without the generosity and commitment of our supporters. Here are some of their incredible stories.

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Do something amazing today and make a donation to Epilepsy Research UK. Your money will go towards driving and enabling life changing, life saving research projects which help people with epilepsy.

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