Celebrating our 25th anniversary

The Encephalitis Society celebrated its 25th anniversary with a party in central London on June 20. Read more and see all the photographs. Read more

How caring for a three-year-old led me to a research career

How caring for a three-year-old boy led Dr Anusha Yeshokumar to a career researching autoimmune neurology at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. Read more

The evaluation of seizure treatment in autoimmune encephalitis

Researchers have investigated the effects of immunotherapy and antiepileptic drugs on seizures in autoimmune encephalitis Read more

Aston Brain Centre to host Silver Jubilee PhD Fellowship

Aston Brain Centre at Aston University has been chosen to host the Encephalitis Society's Silver Jubilee PhD Fellowship. Dr Sukhvir Wright, Research Fellow at Aston Brain Centre, talks about the fellowship and the work of the centre. Read more

Cameroon and Brazil research projects given £20,000 in seed funding

Life-saving research projects in Brazil and Cameroon have each received £10,000 as part of our 25th anniversary international research seed funding project. Find out more. Read more

Why we need your help during Encephalitis Research Month

Dr Ava Easton, Chief Executive of the Encephalitis Society, on why we need your help during Encephalitis Research Month. Read more

My Brain & Medicine 2019

Read our blog and see all the photographs from My Brain & Medicine at the Royal Society of Medicine, 2019 Read more

Measles, vaccines and encephalitis - a blog

A blog by Dr Ava Easton, Chief Executive of the Encephalitis Society, about measles, vaccinations and encephalitis Read more

Revisiting our special relationships in the U.S.

Phillippa Chapman, the Encephalitis Society's Director of Services, writes about her trip to New York City for the Autoimmune Encephalitis Symposium in April, 2019 Read more

Q&A - Stanley Zimba

A Q&A with Stanley Zimba who is one of the first trainees of the Neurology Training Program in Zambia. Read more

Q&A - Nfwama Kawatu-Mulenga

A Q&A with Nfwama Kawatu-Mulenga who is one of the first trainees of the Neurology Training Program in Zambia. Read more