26th March is Purple Day, global initiative dedicated to raising awareness of epilepsy. Each year on this date people around the world are invited to wear purple and host or get involved in local epilepsy initiatives and events. This year, Purple Day looks a little different, with social distancing measures and restrictions on public gatherings due…

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  Uncertainty is one of the biggest factors impacting quality of life for people with epilepsy. A joint research project between Seer Medical and the University of Melbourne aimed at developing better epilepsy technology is asking for people to participate in the #GetDownForEpilepsy challenge. Download the Get Down app and get in on this fun challenge…

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Over the last month we’ve been building the AEP team to support our pilot studies. Olivia Lavalette has joined us as Clinical Trials Coordinator. She has experience working in Phase 1-3 trials in Australia and the UK. Olivia has a Neuroscience background and currently specializes in epilepsy trials at Austin Health. We’re also pleased to welcome…

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We’re excited to announce that our pilot studies have commenced at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne and the Translational Research Institute (TRI) and Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane. Both studies will provide important insights into how we will refine the suite of testing protocols that will be used to generate the AEP report in Stage 2…

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