EpiCARE ERN has launched a series of educational webinars presented by our experts. These webinars on rare and complex epilepsies are free to join from anywhere in the world, however pre-registration is required.
Topics are related to rare and complex epilepsy diagnostics and treatment and showcase research output from EpiCARE centres. Please read and download the guidelines here.
The webinars will be broadcasted live on the given date and offer an opportunity to ask questions online. For those who cannot attend the live webinars, there will be a possibility to see the recorded webinars. Recordings will be made available after each session. You will also be able to download the presentations in a PDF format. Click here to access to past webinars.
Please follow announcements for each individual webinar and register yourself and your colleagues!
You can sign up below to receive the EpiCARE Webinars Newsletters, informing about the next webinars:
|Time / Date||Title||Presenter||Registration link|
Thursday 13th April
|Neuronal ceroidlipofuscinosis from clinical findings to treatments on pipeline||Nicola Specchio||Register here|
Thursday 11th May
|Mitochondrial diseases and epilepsy in childhood||Tiziana Granata & Anna Ardissone||Register here|
Thursday 15th June
|How to bridge the gap between trial in animals and humans||Aristea Galanopoulou & Jacqueline French||Register here|
Please note that dates are subjects to change.
The ERN RND, focusing on rare neurological diseases, also offers free education webinars. Check out their webinars calendar here.
The ERN-RND also organises joint free educational webinars on rare neurological and movement disorders with the EAN. These 1-hour webinars take place throughout the year and are presented by international experts. They discuss various aspects from more general clinical features, examination, disease diagnosis, medical interventions, and disease management to more specific ones as use of scales or imaging. Adult and paediatric neurology are both covered.
Seminars on clinical and experimental epilepsy: