This robust process ensures the research projects and fellowships we fund are of the highest scientific merit and can be assured of the likelihood of delivery of novel insights into the causes, diagnosis, treatments and impact of epilepsy.
ERUK supports a wide range of research, from experimental studies of epilepsy, including laboratory research of the cellular and molecular mechanisms of epilepsy, to novel diagnostics and treatments for the clinical management of people living with epilepsy. We are committed to ensuring our portfolio of research is balanced so that we are providing both help for today and hope for tomorrow.
We have now invested over £10 million in research into the diagnosis, causes, and clinical management of epilepsy and associated conditions. ERUK are currently funding 34 research grants, involving over 120 researchers, across 19 UK institutions and hospitals. Read more about the projects we are funding here.
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A life free from epilepsy is possible. Together we can achieve this through research.