Day of Science in Houston
10:00 am - 2:00 pm CDT
Day of Science is a free, educational event for patients, families, medical professionals, researchers, and all those touched by or interested in learning more about epilepsy. Join us as clinicians answer your questions about cutting-edge research and epilepsy treatments.
Day of Science includes:
- A panel discussion, featuring epilepsy experts and moderated by CURE Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Laura Lubbers. The panel will discuss latest in epilepsy research and what it means for patients and families.
- Information about community resources for epilepsy
- Q&A sessions and small roundtable discussions with epilepsy experts over lunch
- Information on cutting-edge therapies and treatments
- The opportunity to engage with other families and advocacy groups in the epilepsy community
- Breakfast options and lunch will be provided
Ask the expert panel your questions about topics, such as:
- New Epilepsy Treatment Options
- Impact of Genetics on Epilepsy Drug Development
- Drug-Resistant Epilepsy and Surgery
- Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Epilepsy Care
Will meals be provided?
YES! CURE will provide morning refreshments and lunch.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact us at DOS@CUREepilepsy.org or 312-255-1801. If you need to contact the organizer on the day of the event, you must email DOS@CUREepilepsy.org.
Can my guests register onsite?
YES! Staff will be available to register anyone onsite.
Where do I park?
Parking for the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute is located in the John P. McGovern Commons garage and is FREE for all attendees. Enter the parking garage from Bertner Avenue. After parking, take the parking garage elevators to the first floor. Once you exit the elevator, you will see a Starbucks. Facing the Starbucks, turn right and exit the building. The Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute is located diagonally across the plaza to the right.
Please bring your parking ticket to the event for validation.