Throughout May we have been going back to basics to look at how and why we fund research into epilepsy. We also celebrated National Epilepsy Week, and announced the new research projects we’re funding in this years’ Research Awards.

During National Epilepsy Week we held a special Research Roundtable webinar with our 2021 Research Awardees. We learnt about the newly funded projects, and what the researchers hope to achieve for people living with epilepsy. We also heard how the projects could potentially have a huge impact on the epilepsy research environment. Don’t worry if you missed it – you can watch the full session here.

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