Clinical Sciences

Research

The laboratory is also involved in research to develop new or improved neurodiagnostic methods for various neurological disorders.

The current research areas in Neurobiology Department are as follows:


•    Developing new or improved Neurophysiological diagnostic methods for various neurological disorders
•    Investigation of genetic factors in the development of epileptic conditions and migraine
•    Participation in the Epi25 Consortium, the largest exome sequencing study of epilepsy
•    Epidemiologic, genetic and risk factor studies on sudden unexpected death in epilepsy 
•    Quality of Life in Epilepsy and issues of neuropsychological performance
•    Multimodal analysis of physiological predictors of epileptic seizures
•    Psychiatric disorders in epilepsy
•    Drug trials for the treatment of Epilepsy
•    Development of epilepsy in multiple sclerosis
•    Investigation of genetic factors in the development of sleep disorders 
•    Exploring the association between Ab amyloid plaques, glial cells and connexins in an Alzheimer mouse model
•    Study of burden on carers of patients with dementia
•    Demographic and genetic risk factors associated with Alzheimer's disease and dementia
•    Neurocognitive and biomarker studies in working memory
•    Participation in a study for dopamine-replacement therapeutic efficacy of a compound for Parkinson Disease
•    Brain mapping and signal analysis from sensory organs
•    European surveillance of Creutzfeldt‐Jakob disease

 

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