Sound and Radio Project Development| Interview| Christmas Break

I listened through the interview as a whole before splitting it up in relation to questions. I then edited each one individually. This is all of them put together in one clip: I managed to almost halve the length of content whilst keeping all the key information. Prof. Koepp tends to talk very slowly pausing … Continue reading Sound and Radio Project Development| Interview| Christmas Break

Sound and Radio Project Development| Interview Questions| Christmas Break

These are the questions I've written for my interview with Professor Mathias Koepp. What is Epilepsy? How do you treat epilepsy? How do AEDs work? How does Epilepsy affect your patients live on a  day to day basis? What is your opinion on the alternative treatments currently available? What is your opinion on the potential … Continue reading Sound and Radio Project Development| Interview Questions| Christmas Break

Sound and Radio Project Research/Development| Week 12

The Last few weeks have been a bit slow and scarce as I've been struggling to get hold of certain people. However this last week or so I finally made a breakthrough. I finally started recording my diary extracts and also managed to record a doctor's appointment I had in London. When recording my appointment … Continue reading Sound and Radio Project Research/Development| Week 12

Sound and Radio Project Development| Research| Journals Part 2

Cannabis, cannabidiol, and epilepsy — From receptors to clinical response The cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) differ in their biological distribution and involvement. Cannabinoid type 1 receptors are pre- dominantly located in the central (neocortex, hippocampus, basal gan- glia, and cerebellum) and peripheral nervous systems with less pronounced expression in other tissues. By contrast, CB2 … Continue reading Sound and Radio Project Development| Research| Journals Part 2

Sound and Radio Project Development| Research| Journals Part 1

CBD-enriched medical cannabis for intractable pediatric epilepsy The current Israeli experience About one-third of patients with epilepsy suffer from drug- resistant disease defined as failure to stop all seizures after an adequate trial of at least two appropriate medications. The efficacy of current medications in these cases is limited. The last three years have witnessed … Continue reading Sound and Radio Project Development| Research| Journals Part 1