Sometimes epilepsy does not respond to medication and in some cases, surgery may be considered as a promising treatment option with the potential to control seizures. But surgery doesn’t come without risks and challenges. Throughout August on the Research Blog, we’ve been looking at how world-leading research funded by Epilepsy Research UK has helped to improve surgery for people living with epilepsy.

Concluding the month’s theme, we held a Research Roundtable webinar, featuring fascinating talks from the experts and people with lived experience who featured on the Research Blog this month. Don’t worry if you missed it – you can watch the full session here.

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Watch our Research Roundtable webinar on Epilepsy Surgery

Promoting, encouraging and funding research into the causes, diagnosis and clinical management of people with epilepsy and associated conditions

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Developing the next generation of epilepsy researchers and capacity building the epilepsy research environment

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Accelerating innovations for people with epilepsy by supporting research that will influence clinical practice and health policy

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