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Welcome to the

Brain development in Early Epilepsy (BEE) Study

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About the BEE Study

The Brain development in Early Epilepsy (BEE) Study aims to track the development of babies with epilepsy, in order to understand features that might predict later outcomes, such as autism. The study is funded by an Epilepsy Research UK and Autistica fellowship, and will be co-sponsored by King's College London and Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.

This new project will help us to better understand how the development of babies with early-onset epilepsy differs to typically developing babies, and how this is associated with later behaviour. By carrying out our research within the home, we can work with families in a place of comfort and allow convenience to take part easily.

Meet the core team

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King's College London

Dr Charlotte Tye
Chief Investigator

Anishka Singhania
Honorary Research Assistant

King's College London

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King's College London

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Natasha Lindsay 
PhD Student

Dolapo Adegboye
Postdoctoral Researcher

King's College London

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