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

BrainWalk app picks up two national awards

The Encephalitis Society has claimed two leading awards for its World Encephalitis Day mobile phone App,Read more

Encephalitis Society guides highly commended by BMA

The British Medical Association has highly commended the Encephalitis Society for its resources, Encephalitis in Children. A Guide and Returning to School after Encephalitis, at the annual 2018 Patient Information AwardsRead more

Professor Angela Vincent awarded prestigious K-J Zülch Prize

Professor Angela Vincent honoured with K-J Zülch Prize for outstanding achievement in neurological research.Read more

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