Amy Schneider

Amy Schneider heads the Genetic Epilepsy Natural History and developmental and epileptic encephalopathy research program at The University of Melbourne. She completed the Master of Genetic Counselling program at The University of Melbourne and led the clinical research team at the Epilepsy Research Centre in Melbourne for 4 years. Amy is involved in various translational research programs investigating the genetic basis of epilepsy and associated conditions and has extensive experience liaising with families, performing deep phenotyping and identifying genetic diagnoses for families.

Topic for Genetic Epilepsy Conference 2022: Co-expressions in the developmental and epileptic encephalopathies

 

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