Research focuses

  • Mechanisms of seizures
  • Rhythms in epilepsy
  • Chronobiology of cortical excitability


  • Chronic EEG recordings and optogenetics in rodents
  • Chronic EEG recording in epilepsy patients
  • Direct intracranial recordings

Short description

The e-Lab strives for the neuroscientific understanding of epilepsy with the final goal of translating novel knowledge for human benefit. The e-Lab brings together talented researchers in neuroscience from different backgrounds that share the ambition to crack the most mysterious aspects of epilepsy. One unifying question we have is “why does a seizure occur at a particular moment in time?”.

Further information

Research group's website