Episode #36 - From Lab to Clinic: Genetic Research Is Changing Epilepsy Treatment featuring Dr. Gemma Carvill


Genetics is a relatively new area in epilepsy research, but it has already yielded breakthrough discoveries that are impacting the diagnosis and care of epilepsy patients. Today’s researchers are pioneers in the field of epilepsy genetics, and their novel ideas hold promise for the future of epilepsy treatment.

On this episode of Seizing Life, CURE Taking Flight Grantee Dr. Gemma Carvill explains how genetic discoveries in the lab can lead to precision care in the doctor’s office.

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