CDC-Supported Epilepsy Research and Surveillance
CDC conducts and supports research that guides our public health programs. This work includes conducting studies on self-management, improving surveillance methods to better define the impact of epilepsy on different populations, and evaluating the effectiveness of interventions to improve quality of life for people with epilepsy.
The Managing Epilepsy Well (MEW) Network is a group of academic Prevention Research Centers that conduct studies related to epilepsy self-management.
Visit our Currently-Funded Epidemiologic Research page to learn about the studies that CDC Epilepsy Program supports to examine the epidemiology of epilepsy.
Sudden Death in the Young Case Registry
The Sudden Death in the Young Case Registry is a resource designed to increase understanding of the prevalence, causes, and risk factors for sudden death in the young, including epilepsy.
Genomics and Health Impact Research
The CDC Public Health Genomics Knowledge Base is an online, searchable database of published scientific literature, CDC resources, and other material related to genomics topics, including epilepsy.
- Page last reviewed: June 14, 2018
- Page last updated: June 14, 2018
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