There are around 112,000 children and young people in the UK living with epilepsy, often linked with other neurological conditions. Throughout November on the Research Blog, we looked at how early diagnosis and genetic screening can lead to improved treatments and reduce the impact of epilepsy on young people’s lives.

In our final Research Roundtable webinar of the year, our fantastic blog contributors from the month, Hannah, Dr Tim Tierney, and Dr Joseph Symonds joined us to discuss their experiences and research into childhood epilepsy. Don’t worry if you missed it – you can watch the full session here.

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Watch our Research Roundtable on Epilepsy in Childhood

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