American Epilepsy Society


Abstract Submission for AES 2022 has Ended

Late-breaking abstracts will be accepted beginning in mid-August. Late-breaking abstracts should contain new data that was not yet known or fully available by the June abstract deadline.

Research Funding

Fueled by the commitment to developing the next generation of epilepsy investigators, the American Epilepsy Society is one of the largest non-governmental funders for those starting careers in epilepsy research. 

Jobs in Epilepsy
The AES online career center features both a resume database for job seekers and job postings across the epilepsy spectrum.
Read the latest issue of Epilepsy Currents
Epilepsy Currents is a bi-monthly open access journal providing reviews, commentaries, and abstracts on the research and treatment of epilepsy. 

Epilepsy Currents


Epilepsy Currents, the Journal of the American Epilepsy Society

Epilepsy Currents is a bi-monthly open access current-awareness journal providing reviews, commentaries and abstracts from the world’s literature on the research and treatment of epilepsy. Epilepsy Currents surveys and comments on all important research and developments in a format that is easy to read and reference. An outstanding Editorial Board reviews the literature and assigns topics and articles to world experts for comment. In addition, the Editors commission review articles on important subjects.

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Featured Resources

New Format! AES eModules

These self-paced online courses use thought-provoking case vignettes and interactive quizzes to enhance the learner's knowledge on the given topic.

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Anxiety in Epilepsy eModule

Clinical Guidance

Keeping current on evidence-based clinical guidance is critical for epilepsy professionals to provide quality care to people with epilepsy.

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AES Clinical Practice Guideline Development Manual