Read our Autumn newsletter

The Autumn 2018 newsletter of the Encephalitis Society is here. Our quarterly magazine is full of news, useful information and details about upcoming events.Read more

Encephalitis Society joins CAF Resilience programme

Encephalitis Society recently joined Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) Resilience, an exciting new pilot programme designed to provide bespoke support to smaller UK charitable organisations.Read more

Firing on all cylinders with My Brain: My Family

London was calling for My Brain: My Family - our family fun and resilience day - at London Fire Brigade Museum, LambethRead more

Patients needed to help with Rasmussen's Encephalitis study

University College London needs UK-based patients affected by Rasmussen's Encephalitis to help with a groundbreaking projectRead more

Encephalitis Society invited to share charity marketing experiences

Julia Clark, Director of Income Generation at the Encephalitis Society, will be among the speakers at The Chartered Institute of Marketing's How Marketing Can Help Charities event in York on September 19.Read more

Award nominations are just four-some!

The Encephalitis Society has earned FOUR award nominations for its work around World Encephalitis Day and for the dedication of both Chief Executive Dr Ava Easton and Ambassador Rebecca AdlingtonRead more

Encephalitis Society shortlisted for Charity Times Award

The Encephalitis Society has been shortlisted for a Charity Times Award for Brain Walk, the mobile phone App that we launched for World Encephalitis Day 2018Read more

Professor Barbara Wilson honoured in NHS 70th birthday awards

Professor Barbara Wilson OBE, the world-renowned Clinical Neuropsychologist and President of the Encephalitis Society, is honoured in the NHS 70th birthday awardsRead more

PhD student needed for Herpes Simplex Encephalitis project

The University of Liverpool and Encephalitis Society are seeking a PhD student for the project, DexEnceph - A Randomised, Controlled, Trial of Dexamethasone in Herpes Simplex EncephalitisRead more

Julia Clark named one of the UK's most influential fundraisers

Julia Clark, the Encephalitis Society's Director of Income Generation, has been named one of the 25 most influential fundraisers in the UKRead more

Why don't more people take the Japanese encephalitis vaccine?

A blog by Dr Ava Easton, our Chief Executive, about trying to understand why more people do not take the vaccine for Japanese Encephalitis. She was invited to write the blog by Bug OffRead more

My trip to the Encephalitis Society Retreat

A blog by Linda Price about her trip to the 2018 Encephalitis Society Retreat at Buckland Hall.Read more