Clinical Sciences


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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