We are pleased to report the first publication related to SPiQE in Clinical Neurophysiology (July 2019 edition). You can access it here as an Open Access article.


It was also used to assess fasciculation counts in the description of two cases with benign fasciculation syndrome. You can access it here.


Results from the project have been presented in poster format at several recent international conferences, including the International MNDA Symposium (Glasgow, December 2018) and the Association of British Neurologists annual conference (Birmingham, May 2018).

We have also presented updates of our work more locally, with James Bashford being named as joint winner of the ‘Best Oral Presentation’ award at the King’s College London PhD Symposium (November 2018).