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New Publication: ‘Heterogeneity of Resting-State EEG Features in Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy and Controls’

A new paper has been published in Brain Communications. In this work, we identified differences in a variety of resting-state EEG features between patients with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy and healthy controls, such as alpha frequency and network ictogenicity.
We also identified factors influencing these measures within and between cohorts, such as age, time of day and specific seizure characteristics.
Lead author Dr Amy Shakeshaft. Thanks to all collaborators, including those involved in the BIOJUME study, and funders who contributed to this work.

Brain Communications, Volume 4, Issue 4, 2022, fcac180,