The Epilepsy Therapy Project invests in infrastructure platforms that have the potential to accelerate the development of new therapies.
Epilepsy Study Consortium
The Epilepsy Study Consortium is a unique collaboration of Investigators and foundations interested in the improvement of epilepsy patients’ lives, through facilitation of antiepileptic drug development. Read more
With the advent of new technologies that can detect epileptic seizures within seconds of their onset, the Epilepsy Therapy Project bestowed a significant gift to CIMIT's newly-launched NeuroTechnology Program in support of new epilepsy-related research and development. CIMIT is a Boston-based consortium of teaching hospitals and engineering schools. The NeuroTechnology program is under the direction of Steven C. Schachter, MD, Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School and epilepsy specialist at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Editor-in-Chief of epilepsy.com. Read more
Our Websites: epilepsy.com and epilepsy.com/Professionals
In 2003, the Epilepsy Therapy Project launched www.epilepsy.com; a dynamic online resource whose mission is to inform and empower patients and families facing newly diagnosed epilepsy or those struggling with epilepsy that has resisted the usual treatments. In 2004, we launched www.epilepsy.com/Professionals, a website designed to educate and inform healthcare professionals working with patients with epilepsy. Epilepsy.com is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive source of information, tools and community available online for patients, their families, healthcare professionals and the research community. Epilepsy.com also provides a clinical trials listings directory connecting patients with possible new treatment options and supporting the recruitment of patients for clinical trials. Read more
Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities
The Epilepsy Therapy Project offers web-based programs reaching over 250,000 patients, families, and healthcare professionals each month. We need your help in expanding www.epilepsy.com as a resource for the community, and in advancing the scope of the Epilepsy Therapy Project initiatives. To share ideas, and to discuss sponsorship and advertising opportunities with epilepsy.com and the Epilepsy Therapy Project, please call 540-687-8077 ext. 2. Read more