- On June 5–6, the Epilepsy Foundation hosted its 2022 Pipeline Conference.
- This meeting is designed to showcase the latest developments in the epilepsy pipeline from preclinical to US Food and Drug Administration approval.
- During one of the device sessions, Vibhor Krishna, MD, presented information on focused ultrasound treatments for epilepsy.
On June 5–6, the Epilepsy Foundation hosted its 2022 Pipeline Conference in Santa Clara, CA, with an option to attend virtually. This meeting is designed to showcase the latest developments in the epilepsy pipeline from preclinical to US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval.
Vibhor Krishna, MD, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presented “Focused Ultrasound Foundation is an Image-Guided, Noninvasive, Non-Ionizing Therapeutic Technology” during one of the device sessions.
“This conference is a great opportunity to introduce focused ultrasound to the larger epilepsy community,” said Dr. Krishna. “The experts in attendance are particularly interested in developing and adopting new treatment technologies, and I received great feedback after my presentation.”
The Epilepsy Foundation holds its Pipeline Conference every two years. Experts in epilepsy treatment, innovators, and product developers join forces to evaluate new therapies, explore scientific advances, and form collaborations and partnerships. In 2022, the conference also included the Epilepsy Foundation’s Annual Shark Tank Competition and the presentation of several awards.
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