New antidotes to shield military and civilians from chemical agents

New antidotes to shield military and civilians from chemical agents

November 16, 2018
A Texas A&M researcher’s pursuit for antidotes to break seizure circuit may be key to thwarting chemical warfare

Reddy Receives Telangana Science & Technology Excellence Award

August 8, 2018
Award honors his contributions in discovering new treatments for brain diseases

Epigenetic drug therapy offers possible epilepsy prevention

February 5, 2018
The next major step in treating or even curing epilepsy may come from cancer drugs

Researchers crack the neuro-code for treating women with menstrual period-linked epilepsy

October 9, 2017
A unique platform has been created for clinical trials for catamenial seizures

Students win top award for poster at Global Grand Challenges Summit

August 9, 2017
Texas A&M University’s Aggie-Challenge team won the top poster award at the 2017 Global Grand Challenges Summit

Epigenetic interventions combat complex brain conditions like epilepsy

July 25, 2017
Epigenetic drugs and their ability to change gene expression promise hope for intractable diseases

Texas A&M neuroscientists use social media to combat chemical warfare

April 3, 2017
Researchers examine YouTube footage of chemical warfare incidents in Syria, Japan and India to expand ‘toxidrome’ knowledge

Texas A&M seizure expert receives DOD grant to study post-traumatic epilepsy

October 14, 2016
Researcher to test new approach for preventing seizures after a traumatic brain injury

Zinc might increase risk of seizures, new research says

August 4, 2016
Texas A&M scientists demonstrate that high levels of zinc in the brain can increase seizure risk

Birth control pills may increase risk of seizures

March 30, 2016
New study shows hormonal contraceptives can increase seizures in women with epilepsy