EPISTOP is a research project funded by the European Commission through its 7th Framework Programme. The aim of EPISTOP is to better understand the pathophysiology of epilepsy and its consequences. The project, which began on the 1st of November 2013 involves scientists from 16 hospitals and laboratories from 10 countries worldwide. It is being coordinated by Professor Sergiusz Jóźwiak from the Children’s Memorial Health Institute, Warsaw, Poland, and will run until October 31st 2018. For more details about the research we are undertaking, please visit our‘About the Project’page.
EPISTOP results summarized in animation movie
One of the largest international scientific research programs on epilepsy has reached its end. The...
Recommendations on future epilepsy research published by the epiXchange cluster
Around 50 million people worldwide suffer from epilepsy, making it one of the most common...
The search for epilepsy biomarkers
The EPISTOP project seeks to develop new biomarkers of epilepsy and to identify new therapeutic...
Prof. Steve Roach sent a comment.
Prof. Steve Roach, neurologist at the Dell Medical School University of Texas, sent a comment on...
Closing Conference - April 4 in Warsaw
On April 4, the EPISTOP results were shared during our closing conference in Warsaw (Poland). For the...