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Increasingly we appreciate that epilepsy may have a genetic predisposition and that unravelling the genomic architecture of epilepsy requires broad collaborations.

We are a core member of EPIGEN and actively contribute to the Genomics England Project (see video).  

Patients seen at JRH have contributed already to improved understanding in conditions such as Otahara syndrome, malformations of cortical development and epileptic encephalopathies.