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Vascular Injury, Gliosis & Neurogenesis as Drivers for Post-Traumatic Epilepsy

Harald Sontheimer, PhD

Virginia Tech

Neuropathological Mechanisms of Epileptogenesis in Post-Traumatic Epilepsy

Victoria E. Johnson, MBChB, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

The Role of Extracellular Matrix Injury in Post-Traumatic Epilepsy

Kevin Staley, MD

Harvard Medical School

Identifying Proteomic, Metabolomic and MicroRNA Signatures for Spontaneous Seizures in a Rat Model of Penetrating Ballistic-Like Brain Injury

Kevin Wang, PhD

University of Florida

Non-Pharmacological Manipulations Of Sleep And Circadian Rhythms To Prevent Seizures And Sudden Death In Mouse Models Of Refractory Epilepsy

Franck Kalume, PhD

Seattle Children's Hospital

Heldman-Kirshner Family Grant in Honor of Alex Heldman

Loss Of Function Of The Circadian Molecular Clock May Underlie The Sleep/Epilepsy Relationship

Judy Liu, MD, PhD

Brown University

Balancing Thalamic Excitation and Inhibition by Subtype-Specific NMDA Receptor Modulation

Sharon Swanger, PhD

Emory University

Forward Genetic Screen In IPSC-Derived Neurons To Discover Novel FCD Genes

Jack Parent, MD

University of Michigan

Testing A Splice Modulating Oligonucleotide For Treatment Of SCN8A Gain-Of-Function Epilepsies

Melanie Tallent, PhD

LifeSplice Pharma

Evaluation Of How Extended Amygdala Control Of The Autonomic Nervous System Is Altered In Epilepsy And Its Implications For SUDEP

William Nobis, MD, PhD

Northwestern University

Towards The Understanding Of The Epitranscriptome In Epileptogenesis

Gary Brennan, PhD

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

A Tunable, Controllable Microarray For Mapping Epileptic Brain Networks

Flavia Vitale, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

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