April 2022

New paper out in Diagnostics "Novel User-Friendly Application for MRI Segmentation of Brain Resection following Epilepsy Surgery".  Paper can be found here
Big shout-out to Roberto Billardello for his amazing work on this paper during his internship in Dr. Tamilia's team at Boston Children's Hospital and afterwards!

August 2021

New postdoc position available in the EEG/MEG group of Dr. Eleonora Tamilia at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), Harvard Medical School. Click here for more details.

If interested, please contact Dr. Tamilia via e-mail (Subject: Postdoc Application), attaching your CV (including a list of publications) and a cover letter:


July 2021 - New Publication

Congrats to Giulia Iandolo for her first-author publication in Diagnostics in the special issue "Brain Imaging in Epilepsy"! The work was conducted under the surpevision of Dr. Tamilia (senior author) through the collaboration with University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome (Italy).

Go this link to read more!


May 2021 - New Funding!

Dr. Tamilia has been selected as one of the thirteen 2021 Office of Faculty Development Career Development Fellowships for junior faculty. In addition, she has been awarded a Clinical Research supplement from the ICCTR/Harvard Catalyst.

Dr. Tamilia will receive funding for the next 2 years to support her research project entitled "New Method to Deconstruct the Epileptogenic Brain Network and Assist Epilepsy Surgery Planning".



Congratulations to our young researchers!

A BURSARY from the ILAE (International League Against Epielepsy) was awarded to each of the following members/alumni of Dr. Tamilia's team:

- Georgios Ntolkeras MD, for his work "Non-invasive Electrophysiological Signatures of the Epileptogenic Zone in Children with Focal Drug-Resistant Epilepsy"

- Assia Chericoni MS, for her work "Surgery-Related Changes in Sleep Spindle Activity of Children with Drug-Resistant Epilepsy"

- Roberto Billardello MS, for his work "Novel User-Friendly Application for Accurate Definition of the Surgical Brain Resection following Epilepsy Surgery"

- Giulia Iandolo MS, for her work"Serial Changes in the Functional Brain Network of Children Undergoing Repeated Epilepsy Surgery"

These bursaries are designated to young researchers who have submitted an abstract to the 34th International Epilepsy Congress that stands out for its scientific quality