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Meet Prof. Mark Cunningham, Funded Investigator in Trinity

Meet Prof. Mark Cunningham, Funded Investigator in TrinityProf. Mark Cunningham has just joined FutureNeuro as a Funded Investigator. We asked him a few questions about his work and what he will be bringing to the centre.Tell us a bit about yourselfI am the Ellen Mayston Bates Professor of Neurophysiology of Epilepsy  at Trinity College Dublin….

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FutureNeuro enters new partnership with Eisai Ltd.

FutureNeuro enters new partnership with Eisai Ltd.We are excited to announce a new partnership with Eisai Ltd., a leading global research-based pharmaceutical company to gain a better understanding of medication dosage levels for people with epilepsy.The study was developed, and will be led by Professor Mark Cunningham, Ellen Mayston Bates Professor of Neurophysiology of Epilepsy…

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FutureNeuro researchers win best poster at ITiCSE

FutureNeuro researchers win best poster at ITiCSEDr. Catherine Mooney and PhD student Anna Antoniadi, our UCD-based computer scientists are just “back” from the 25th Annual ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE). The conference was originally due to take place in Trondheim, Norway, but it was held virtually on the 17th…

MicroRNA’s, will they lead to new treatments for epilepsy?

MicroRNA’s, will they lead to new treatments for epilepsy?What are microRNA’s and how do they relate to epilepsy? Here, FutureNeuro researcher Dr. Gary Brennan, Assistant Professor and Conway Fellow at UCD School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science writes about his recent review paper co-authored by Professor David Henshall, Director of FutureNeuro, in the prestigious Nature…

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FutureNeuro partners with Ulysses Neuroscience Ltd. to gain a better understanding of Fragile X Syndrome

FutureNeuro partners with Ulysses Neuroscience Ltd. to gain a better understanding of Fragile X SyndromeWe are delighted to announce a new industry partnership with Ulysses Neuroscience Ltd., a private research and development organisation, based in Trinity College Dublin.Proteus, the research project that will result from this partnership will explore how Fragile X Syndrome develops, gaining…

A comparison of genomic diagnostics in adults and children with epilepsy and comorbid intellectual disability

A comparison of genomic diagnostics in adults and children with epilepsy and comorbid intellectual disabilityDr. Katie Benson writes about her latest paper, which has just been published in the European Journal of Human Genetics. FutureNeuro clinicians and geneticists joined forces with industry collaborators Congenica to compare genomic diagnostic rates in the adult and paediatric epilepsy…