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Experts in 'epilepsy'

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  Dr Luke Bennetto
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, Bristol Medical School (THS)
Areas of expertise: Research interests: Multiple Sclerosis; Optic Neuritis; Idiopathic intracranial hypertension; Trigeminal neuralgia. Special...
Keywords: neurology | headache | neuro-ophthalmology | multiple sclerosis | epilepsy
 
  Dr David Cottrell
Post(s): Senior Clinical Lecturer in Clinical Sciences, Bristol Medical School (THS)
Areas of expertise: My private interest is in general neurology and in particular headaches. I attend the American Academy Neurology meeting...
Keywords: neurology | multiple sclerosis | headache | epilepsy
 
  Professor Neil Marrion
Post(s): Professor of Neuroscience, School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience
Areas of expertise: The hippocampus is known to play a key role in the consolidation of memory and research has focused on the changes in membrane...
Keywords: single channel | patch clamp | Alzheimer's disease | epilepsy | cognition | muscular dystrophy
 
  Dr Jayesh Patel
Post(s): Senior Clinical Lecturer, Bristol Medical School (THS)
Areas of expertise: I am currently a full time clinician involved in collaborative research projects particularly in the field of epilepsy. I...
Keywords: epilepsy | epilepsy surgery evaluation | cerebral haemodynamics
 
  Professor Andy Randall
Post(s): Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Bristol Medical School (THS)
Areas of expertise: Our group is interested in the neurophysiological changes associated with neurological disease, in particular Alzheimerís...
Keywords: neurophysiological changes | neurological disease | Alzheimer's disease | epilepsy | estrogen-receptor signalling | CNS nicotinic receptors | group I metabotropic glutamate receptors