The International League Against Epilepsy
disseminates research findings and breakthroughs in the cure for
epilepsy and related seizure disorders through its official publications
and ILAE chapter publications endorsed by the League. Each journal features original peer-reviewed articles that communicate
the latest in epilepsy research. All journals are provided on a calendar year subscription basis, starting January of each year.
How to Subscribe
Reduced subscription rates are available to members of the ILAE chapters. Rates shown reflect ILAE chapter member discounts, which range from 50% to 90%, depending on the publication.
All publications are available in print and on-line subscriptions
and can be purchased using the International League Against Epilepsy’s secure on-line order form.
To subscribe, select the publication, and log in using your assigned login name and password. If you don't remember your log in information, contact
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Free monthly email newsletter with brief highights of the ILAE's activities. Read archived copies here:
Epilepsia is the world's leading journal of original scientific research and commentary in epileptology. Epilepsia is one of the journals of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE). The Journal publishes original articles on all aspects of epilepsy, clinical and experimental. The journal also publishes timely reviews, as well as commission and task force reports from various ILAE groups. Subscriptions
include access to Epilepsia On-line, which allows access to
current and archived issues of the journal. 12 issues.
Epileptic Disorders is the International League Against Epilepsy’s premier journal for educational communication. Its mission is to create educational links between epileptologists and other health professionals in clinical practice and scientists or physicians in research-based institutions. Content includes Case reports, commentaries, updates on recent developments, andeducational documents. A major feature is video-EEG sequences available online and on a DVD supplement included with each issue. Every subscriber is given an access to hundreds of videos, teaching materials, current and archived issues, ahead of print articles, and other material.
Epigraph is the
official newsletter of the International League Against Epilepsy.
Published twice yearly, Epigraph provides an update of what
is going on with ILAE and its chapters around the world.
Complimentary to all members. No subscription required.
Epilepsy Research provides for rapid publication of high quality articles in both experimental and
clinical epileptology. It is intended to provide a forum for
the many disciplines involved. As such the journal will publish
original papers from any of these areas or studies of a multidisciplinary
nature. Clinical and experimental research papers adopting fresh
conceptual approaches to the study of epilepsy and its treatment
are encouraged. The overriding criteria for publication are
novelty, significant clinical or experimental relevance, and
interest to a multidisciplinary audience in the broad arena
of epilepsy. 15 issues.
Seizure - European Journal of Epilepsy
is an international journal providing a forum for the publication
of papers on all topics related to epilepsy and seizure disorders.
The journal also reflects the social and psychological burden
and impact of epilepsy on the person who has it, his family
and society, and the methods and ideas that may help to alleviate
such handicaps and stigma as the condition may cause. The aim
of the journal is to share and disseminate knowledge between
all disciplines that work in the field of epilepsy. 8 issues.