Support the creation and continued development of the Center and to nurture and encourage the investment and support of the next generation of epilepsy researchers. Center was created to promote basic research in the neurological disorder of epilepsy. Income may be used primarily for salary support of faculty, junior faculty and post doctoral responsibilities and secondarily, funds should be used for related research equipment and technology enhancements needed to accomplish this mission.
Support a professorship for the Director of the B. J. and Eve Wilder Center for Excellence in Epilepsy Research.
Support Consensus Symposium on Management of ADHD in Children.
Support scholarships related to Learning Disabilities.
Support visiting professor in clinical neuroscience.
Support research for pediatric epilepsy patients receiving Ketogenic Therapy for intractable epilepsy.
Support research and teaching program in Division of Pediatric Neurology.
Support research programs in Pediatric Neurology/Neuro-Oncology.