Tackling epilepsy in the 21st Century - Arjune Sen Open weeks 2015
Epilepsy is among the most common of all neurological disorders, with one in twenty of us having a seizure at some stage in our lifetime. As epilepsy affects people across their lifespan, the socio economic range is vast.
However, epilepsy remains stigmatised and a rather under-investigated area of medical research. The Oxford Epilepsy Research Group is a wide collaborative venture across the University of Oxford, Oxford University Hospitals Trust, and multiple international partners.
We look to address all areas of epileptology using a patient-centred approach. We are particularly interested in co-morbidity in epilepsy, immune-mediated epilepsy, ultra-high field imaging and in projects that help to demystify epilepsy. All research is driven by a desire to offer better care to our patients and indeed to all people with epilepsy. We hope that this talk offers some insights into our endeavours.
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