Over 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy and 30% are resistant to our present therapies. Epilepsy, therefore, comprises a major burden to society and so there is a pressing need for new approaches to treatment. 

The brain extracellular matrix (ECM) plays a critical role in governing brain excitability and function. This project brings together considerable expertise from academic and industry partners. This, therefore, represents a truly collaborative effort to determine not only the role of the ECM in the development of epilepsy but also novel approaches to treat and to prevent epilepsy.


Those are the young current researchers of the program, click on their picture to know more about them and their work

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Former students: 

allesssandra Pmarion


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