The Oxford Martin Programme on Global Epilepsy is trying to find solutions to improve diagnosis, understand and mitigate the social impact of the disease, and begin to build a better future for people with epilepsy – especially those in resource-poor settings.
Building a better future for people with epilepsy
07 July 2022
with Dr Sloan Mahone
Associate Professor of the History of Medicine at Oxford University
Dr Sloan Mahone is Associate Professor of the History of Medicine at Oxford University. She specialises in the history of psychiatry and neurology in Africa as well as the history of medicine and psychiatry globally. She is based at the Oxford Centre...
with Professor Arjune Sen
Head of the Oxford Epilepsy Research Group
Professor Arjune Sen is appointed as Consultant Neurologist at The John Radcliffe Hospital, NIHR BRC Senior Research Fellow in Epileptology, Associate Professor at the University of Oxford and is Head of the Oxford Epilepsy Research Group. He is inte...
with Ines Pont Sanchis
Ines Pont Sanchis is a research assistant with the Department of Engineering Science and the Oxford Martin Programme on Global Epilepsy developing diagnostic technologies to help bridge the treatment gap between rural communities and the healthcare s...