(Epilepsy Digital Experience Navigator)

A first of its kind digital ecosystem fully built on Embleema technology connecting patients, caregivers, providers & researchers to advance care & research in epilepsy

For the first time, there is a patient-first network that is changing the way people view, control, use and benefit from their data.

patients & caregivers are in full control of the data they contribute towards clinical research

patients & caregivers receive customized insights, data and other digital services to help better manage their epilepsy

EDEN’s data is available to every stakeholder, provided the patient has consented effectively breaking data silos

we are opening a new era of clinical research driven by patients & democratizing the collection of data& its benefits

How does the EDEN experience put patient’s first?

Patients are not just subjects or mere data sources. They are finally where they should be-an equal voice in research & entitled to receive multiple benefits.

For the first time, patients are fully in controlof their data and every data use is made transparent with our blockchain.

EDEN was designed & created entirely from patient feedback, a system built around the very people who will use it & benefit from it.

Available on All Your Devices

Track your epilepsy, answer surveys and access your health data at home or on the go. With EDEN on Embleema’s technology, your health is always at your fingertips.

Easy Ways to Track Health

It’s never been easier to stay on top of your epilepsy. Our user’s time is valuable so we work to make it as quick and easy as possible for them to do what is needed to track and stay on top of their health and wellness.

EDEN goes way beyond any registry, virtual clinical trial, real-world database or observational study.

“Building EDEN with Embleema’s technology allows our community to better manage their condition in a user friendly manner, while contributing to research by sharing interpretable real-world data.”


Professor of Neurology, NYU Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, New York University, Director Epilepsy Study Consortium, Chief Medical & Innovation Officer, Epilepsy Foundation