American Epilepsy Society 69th Annual Meeting
The 2015 AES annual meeting will feature "the latest research and the most recent innovations in epilepsy" and bring together "diverse professionals who are involved in both research and clinical care for people with epilepsy -- neurologists, epileptologists, neurophysiologists, neuroscientists, neurosurgeons, internists, pediatricians," and more.
Q&A With Mark Lehmkuhle From University of Utah: New Device Could Provide Alternative to Traditional EEG For Epilepsy Patients
Q&A With Fulton Velez From Sunovion Pharmaceuticals: Using Health Economics And Outcomes Research In Epilepsy Treatment
Q&A With Manisha Patel From the University of Colorado: Disease Modification Plays Growing Role In Epilepsy Research
Q&A With Judy Liu From Children's National Health System: Study Shows CLOCK Gene Plays Key Role In Focal Epilepsy