Epilepsy Research StudiesHow much do you know about clinical trials? How would I find one? Who participates? If you currently take a medication prescribed by a doctor, it is available because patients like you participated in a clinical trial. Clinical trials are a formal way to conduct human research focused on finding better ways to diagnose, prevent, treat and understand human disease.
Learn about clinical trials and use the Trial Finder tool to locate a research study near you
Seizures and Tuberous Sclerosis ComplexApproximately 85% of individuals with tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) struggle with epilepsy. Seizures associated with TSC are often hard to control. See how you compare to others in the tuberous sclerosis complex community, find resources to help manage seizures and contribute to valuable research.
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Amazon Alexa - Seizure Tracking by voice
Logging seizures and keeping good records is an essential skill for managing epilepsy. Doctors will rely on your observations, medication usage and surrounding lifestyle information to help make treatment decisions. Alexa makes it easier to collect accurate data.
Empowering Women with Epilepsy
Check out the new and existing tools on Seizure Tracker designed specifically for Women living with seizures. Women can record their menstrual cycle, birth control methods and pregnancies on SeizureTracker.com. This data can help your care providers make more informed desicions about therapies.
Seizure Tracker Research - Improving clinical care
There are multiple tools within the Seizure Tracker system that enable users to share their data with epilepsy researchers. The Data Share system allows Seizure Tracker users to easily connect their data with partner databases. Our de-idetified and unlinked population data exports are empowering epilepsy researchers accross the globe.