CURE awards grants for novel research projects
Summaries of research projects that received CURE funding
Changing habits to improve sleep quality and circadian rhythm may reduce seizures.
Epilepsy conferences sponsored by CURE, for researchers and clinicians
AES Meeting Reception
Join us for refreshments as we announce CURE's 2018 grant recipients
We believe that research will lead us to a cure for epilepsy. So CURE is eager to support innovate, novel epilepsy research. Over the past 20 years, we have raised more than $60 million and funded over 220 research projects that advance our vision of a world with no seizures and no side-effects of therapies.
Currently, CURE is prioritizing research focused on the basic mechanisms of epilepsy, acquired epilepsies, pediatric epilepsies, SUDEP, treatment-resistant epilepsies, and sleep & epilepsy.
We hope you apply to join our network of grantees from around the world in furthering our mission to find a cure for epilepsy.
Dr. Laura S. Lubbers