PhD candidate and aspiring epilepsy researcher Christin Godale shares her journey from hiding her epilepsy to becoming an advocate and pursuing a career in neuroscience.
Talks between parents and children with epilepsy can be fraught with concerns and clashes over health, social life, and independence. This mother-daughter duo discusses how to communicate productively.
The connection between epilepsy and mental health issues is well-established, but is not often addressed during initial diagnosis or evaluated throughout the course of treatment. In this episode, learn how you can approach these conversations with your doctor.
Seizure Tracker is a free app that empowers patients to take an active role in their epilepsy management while making a positive impact on the community at large.
For decades advocate and educator Pat Gibson has provided patients and families with information and resources to help navigate the unpredictable world of epilepsy care.
Hear how one mother is keeping her three children, one of whom has epilepsy, safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discover how NINDS funds epilepsy research and fosters collaboration towards cures from Program Director Dr. Vicky Whittemore.
Learn about how EEG testing provides essential data for patients, doctors, and researchers battling epilepsy.
CURE Taking Flight Grantee Dr. Gemma Carvill explains how genetic research discoveries in the lab can lead to precision care in the doctor’s office.
A leading expert discusses how two newly approved rescue medicines can help epilepsy patients, families, and caregivers in dire moments.