Our next Research Roundtable is on Thursday 31st March 2022 at 11am. We’ll be hearing from researchers and people with lived experience on the topic of epilepsy and memory.

How would you feel if you lost your memory? To not be able to remember a friend’s name, to forget something you had learnt at school or even a task you were in the middle of doing? This is the reality faced by some people with epilepsy. This month, we’ve been taking a closer look at the link between epilepsy and memory, the impact memory loss can have on people living with epilepsy and how research supported by you is helping to predict and prevent it.

The session is open to everyone and will be held at 11am on Thursday 31st MarchSo, whether you are affected by epilepsy, researching epilepsy or just interested to learn more, we hope you can join us.



Faustine will share her experiences of living with epilepsy, and the impact memory loss had on her life, especially throughout her school years.

Professor Arjune Sen will discuss the current research being carried out in the area and what it could mean for the patients from his clinic.

Professor Amanda Wood will explain how her ERUK-funded work is helping to predict memory outcomes in children after epilepsy surgery.