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The 1st Epilog Symposium on Imaging Trends in Epilepsy

23/06/2017 - The First Epilog Symposium is a one day event in Ghent bringing clinical experts together to discuss the imaging trends in epilepsy. Learn from clinical experts about their best practices and how they apply them in their pre-surgical set-up. Interact during challenging case studies presented by Ghent and Geneva University Hospital. Energize by networking with other clinical experts and Epilog users across Europe.
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Epilog PreOp Validation study published in Epilepsia Open

12/06/2017 - Our study on "Automated long-term EEG analysis to localize the epileptogenic zone" is now published in Epilepsia Open. 32 patients with refractory epilepsy were restrospectively analyzed to quantify the performance of our pipeline. Epilog PreOp reached a sensitivity of 80% and a specificity of 75%, which is higher than other techniques such as MRI, SPECT and PET routinely used for presurgical planning.
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Antoine D’Hollander, our new commercial manager

We are very happy to announce Antoine D'Hollander joined the Epilog Team as commercial manager. Antoine did a PhD in biomedical sciences after finishing his MBA at Vlerick Leuven. With his strong people to people focus and genuine commercial skills he perfectly embodies Epilog's customer centrality.
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WE ARE HIRING! Open position in R&D

22/4/2017 - Epilog is looking for a talented and motivated researcher on our project: "Localization of seizures in the brain of epilepsy patients based on the electroenchephalogram". Please contact us for more information (info@epilog.care).
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EPILOG LAUNCHES AUTOMATED PREOPERATIVE EEG ANALYSIS TOOL EPILOG PREOP

1/4/2017 - Epilog announced the introduction of their first CE-approved product, Epilog PreOp. PreOp provides automated EEG analysis to localize epileptic brain regions in patients undergoing preoperative evaluation for epilepsy surgery. PreOp significantly reduces the time investment for neurologists to analyse EEG recordings from epilepsy patients and provides additional localizing information to guide surgery.
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