#Red4WED World Encephalitis Day t-shirts now available

We are delighted to reveal the #Red4WED t-shirts for World Encephalitis Day 2019Read more

Dr Ava Easton: My year as CEO

Dr Ava Easton, the Chief Executive of the Encephalitis Society, reflects on a busy year representing the charityRead more

How visiting medical institutions shapes our work

Support Coordinator Jon Ainley talks about why visiting institutions such as the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, are so important to the work of the Encephalitis SocietyRead more

Photography helps Agnes' recovery from encephalitis

Agnes Mezosi turned to photography to help her recovery from encephalitis. Today, she is exhibiting in New York, Chicago and Miami.Read more

Why research matters for clinicians

Professor Barbara Wilson OBE, the President of the Encephalitis Society, on how to combine clinical work with researchRead more

Cory chosen for encephalitis PhD Fellowship

Cory Hooper is the latest student to be selected for our PhD Fellowship with the University of Liverpool as part of its larger DexEnceph studyRead more

Encephalitis Conference 2018

Around 100 healthcare professionals joined us in London for the Encephalitis Conference 2018. Find out more.Read more

Appeal - your stories needed for Life After Encephalitis follow-up

Can you help? Dr Ava Easton, the Chief Executive of the Encephalitis Society, needs contributors for the follow-up to her best-selling book, Life After Encephalitis.Read more

Award helps researcher's career development

Dr Tehmina Bharucha, the winner of the 2017 Johnny Sutton Travel Bursary, used the £500 prize present her research and improve her virology laboratory skills in the USA.Read more

My Brain: My Story calls on Edinburgh

Edinburgh was the setting for our latest member event, My Brain: My StoryRead more

NHS Continuing Healthcare: An Introduction

Information about NHS Continuing Healthcare by Mea Fyfe, of Moore Blatch Solicitors.Read more