The HEP2 Study is a research project to better understand what happens over time in people with focal seizures that don’t respond to current treatment.
What do I need to do if I join the study?
* Keep track of your seizures and medications using My Seizure Diary
* Answer questions about your medical history and your seizures
* Visit the study team three times over two years for health exams and blood tests.
* Complete surveys about your quality of life, mood, mental functioning, general health, and healthcare visits or tests.
WHAT IS THE HEP STUDY?
The Human Epilepsy Project is a group of registry based studies for people living with epilepsy.
The Human Epilepsy Project is jointly supported by the Epilepsy Foundation and the Epilepsy Study Consortium, both nonprofit patient and science advocacy organizations. Scientists, clinicians and families have joined together to collect information about people with epilepsy to help better understand the challenges of living with seizures, to learn how people respond to different treatments and to identify markers (or ways) for improving treatment success. This information is critical to accelerate the development of new treatments, prevention strategies and cures for the many types of epilepsy.
Participants receive compensation for each study visit.
Study Identifier: 829563
Contact the research team to learn more about this study.