Unfortunately, the Bonner Epilepsy Seminar in the summer semester 2021 has to be cancelled due to the Corona pandemic.
The next seminar is planned for the winter semester 2021/2022, the programme can be found here.
Every two years, the Department for Epileptology organises the Otto-Löwenstein-Symposium with internationally renowned experts.
The 2nd Otto Löwenstein Symposium is planned for Saturday, 20.11.2021, the programme (in German) can be found here.
New design of the clinic with high-quality photographs
The Department for Epileptology has redesigned the walls with high-quality photographs featuring motifs from Bonn, the Siebengebirge and the Ahr Valley. The large-format photos behind acrylic glass create a positive atmosphere for patients and staff in the corridors, offices and treatment rooms.
Dominik Ketz, born in Bonn in 1974, now lives in Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler again. As a professional outdoor photographer, he travels all over the world. For the new pictures in the Clinic and Polyclinic for Epileptology, he was able to stay close to his family and took pictures for us in Bonn and the surrounding area.
MOND - Seizure recording with a new type of mobile ear EEG
The MOND project is currently being launched with the major involvement of the Bonn Department for Epileptology.
MOND - Mobile, smart neurosensor system for the detection and documentation of epileptic seizures in everyday life
Discreet and convenient - in the MOND project, funded by the Federal Ministry of Health (BMG), a mobile neurosensor system has been under development since April 2020 that can detect and document epileptic seizures in everyday situations with the help of a smartphone.
automatically detect and document epileptic seizures in everyday situations with the help of artificial intelligence.
The MOND project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Health BMG as part of the funding priority "Digital innovations for improving patient-centred care in healthcare, smart sensor technology".