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Post Traumatic Epilepsy: Models, Common Data Elements and Optimization (Day 1)

Air date: Thursday, June 11, 2020, 8:00:00 AM
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Description: The conference will set the stage to optimize preclinical and clinical research to prevent epileptogenesis following TBI. The results will help improve biomedical research in epilepsy which is directly relevant to the NIH’s mission. The goals of the conference are to: 1) Improve communication and collaboration between TBI and epilepsy investigators to optimize available animal models for the study of PTE. 2) Optimize preclinical models and markers to reduce replication of efforts. 3) Identify gaps in the research that require additional efforts. 4) Identify clinical markers for prevention of PTE. 5) Identify the next steps toward pre-clinical and clinical development of treatment paradigms to prevent PTE.
Author: NINDS, NIH
Runtime: 9 hours