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Functional Neurological Disorder: an ethical turning point for neuroscience by Professor Mark Edwards

Dr Isobel William's study for her PHD '24 Relationship between Interoception and stress in patients with FND'

Dr Isobel Williams says "The aim of my PhD wasn’t so much to determine what causes FND, as it was to find out what kind of emotional difficulties people with FND are likely to experience and therefore how we can help with those symptoms"

New evidence of neurochemical differences that may underlie some functional neurological disorders. @GreenJournal MRS study shows increased glutamate levels in the anterior cingulate cortex in patients with functional movement disorders.

'Emotional Processing in Functional Neurological Disorder, a review, biopsychosocial model and research agenda.
By Susannah Pick, Laura Goldstein, David Perez & Tim Nicholson

RESEARCH Opportunity at Lancaster University - 'Living with Functional Movement Disorders'

Symptoms need to be: Paralysis, Weakness, Muscle Spasm, dystonia, myoclonus, tremor or gait distubrances. The Interviews can be done via Skype, Zoom or Telephone

Research Opportunity with Kings College on awareness of body, self and environment in functional neurological disorder (FND) / non- epileptic attack disorder (NEAD)

Functional Communication FND Sleep Survey FND Hope is pleased to notify our members of the new online international FND sleep survey. The study will look at sleep quality and the link between FND symptoms. Dr Christopher Graham is a Research Fellow at the University of Leeds, a clinical psychologist and has a clinic for FND...

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