Professor John Terry (co-founder of Neuronostics and Professor at the University of Birmingham) has been invited to deliver a presentation at this year’s International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) British Branch Annual Scientific meeting. Speaking in a dedicated session on advances in technology, John will discuss his recent work on describing brain networks through the language of mathematics and describe how mathematical models can inform decision support tools, like Neuronostics’ BioEP, for diagnosis and prognosis of epilepsy.

The ILAE is the premier professional association of doctors and other health professionals who are working in the field of epilepsy. The organisation comprises national chapters in over 100 countries in all continents of the world. The ILAE was founded in 1909 and the British chapter was one of the founding members. The British chapter annual meeting is typically attended by over 300 delegates and presents a fantastic opportunity to discuss the latest advances in epilepsy research and clinical care.