Epilepsy is a widely prevalent, disabling condition, whose anatomical source is not clearly identifiable on clinical MRI scans. Identifying hippocampal subfields associated with epilepsy may elucidate mechanisms of epileptigenesis and assist treatment planning. We performed high-resolution 7T-MRI, enabling precise subfield measurements in thirty patients and matched controls. Greater CA1 and DG asymmetries were found in patients compared to controls. In a subset of mesial-temporal lobe epilepsy patients, we found reduced CA2 on the ipsilateral side in patients compared to controls. Identifying hippocampal subfield biomarkers in epilepsy can result in better treatment planning and monitoring in epilepsy.