Epilepsy Research Continuity Fund
This program supports active research projects at risk of delay or shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Details on CURE's funding mechanisms.
A collection of the research studies we've funded.
Possible cause of memory deficits in people with temporal lobe epilepsy.
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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 $70 million and funded over 230 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