In this edition of the Newton Webinar Series, Jeanne Paz, PhD, shared her lab’s unique approach to understanding the mechanisms of epilepsy and how it could lead to potential treatments. She was joined by David Parker and Hilary Winston, parents of a child with Dravet syndrome, who discussed why they support Jeanne’s work and the hope it gives them for the future.
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