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FutureNeuro collaborators publish paper in Epilepsia Open

FutureNeuro Director Professor David Henshall and Dr Noelle Enright and have published a paper reviewing blood microRNAs as diagnostic biomarkers of epilepsy in Epilepsia Open, the Open Access Journal of the International League Against Epilepsy. To read, please click on the following link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/epi4.12275

FutureNeuro hosts national clinical conference on
Neurological disease

Clinicians, scientists and patient representatives to focus on epilepsy and Motor Neuron disease Friday, 26 October 2018: FutureNeuro, the SFI Research Centre for chronic and rare neurological disease, will hold its inaugural national clinical conference today at RCSI. The event will focus on translating neurological research, on epilepsy and Motor Neuron disease, into clinical care…

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FutureNeuro announces collaboration with Janssen to conduct pre-clinical studies on potential disease-modifying therapies targeting neuroinflammation

FutureNeuro announces collaboration with Janssen to conduct pre-clinical studies on potential disease-modifying therapies targeting neuroinflammation Joint research will evaluate in preclinical models the impact of compounds on inflammation in the brain, which is thought to be an underlying mechanism of epilepsy FutureNeuro, the SFI Research Centre for Chronic and Rare Neurological diseases based at RCSI,…

Meet the FutureNeuro and RCSI Research Summer Students

Meet The FutureNeuro Centres 2018 RCSI Summer Students!   The FutureNeuro Centre are delighted to be participating in the Royal College of Surgeons Research Summer School for the first time. The Research Summer School Programme provides undergraduate students an opportunity to become involved in research projects during the summer months. The four students chosen by…

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A community building event for epilepsy research

 Seven large EU-funded projects have joined forces – epiXchange 2018 brings together Europe’s best brains to pave the way for future epilepsy research. Around 50 million people worldwide suffer from epilepsy, making it one of the most common neurological diseases. To decrease this figure and pave the way for future ground-breaking epilepsy research, seven large…