Get involved

At the Australian Epilepsy Project (AEP) we are on a mission to change the lives of people living with epilepsy. As our five-year study progresses, there will be multiple ways you can get involved.

AEP lead Graeme Jackson with lived experience ambassadors Amanda and Rachel

I’m someone experiencing seizures and/or have an epilepsy diagnosis

If you are an Australian and have been newly diagnosed, experienced your first unprovoked seizure or have drug-resistant epilepsy, speak to your neurologist to get a referral to the AEP.

I want to volunteer

We are currently recruiting volunteers to be part of our control group.
A control group is a vital part of the study as it provides a point of comparison and helps determine the efficacy of the study.

I’m a clinician

If you are a clinician, you can refer your patients into the AEP. You will receive access to the AEP portal where you can download AEP reports - a clinical decision support tool to guide diagnostic and treatment decisions.

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Our partners and supporters

The Australian Epilepsy Project is made possible through the combined support of The Florey and University of Melbourne.

The Australian Epilepsy Project (AEP) receives funding from the Australian Government under the Medical Research Future Fund.