The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary branch involving the methodical study of the Nervous system. Traditionally neuroscience has been considered as the branch of biology. However, considering the present advances in this field it had been redefined as Associate as an interdisciplinary knowledge domain information that collaborates with the fields of drugs, genetics, psychiatry, chemistry, technology, engineering, and allied disciplines of science. Neuroscientists explore every component of the nervous system and their functioning to develop drugs for treating neurological disorders.
- Track 1-1Neuroanatomy
- Track 1-2Neurophysiology
- Track 1-3Neuropharmacology
- Track 1-4Behavioral neuroscience
- Track 1-5Developmental neuroscience
- Track 1-6Cognitive neuroscience
- Track 1-7Systems neuroscience
- Track 1-8Neuro-Biology
- Track 1-9Neurodermatology
- Track 1-10Molecular neuroscience
- Track 1-11Computational Neuroscience
Neurological disorder is an umbrella term represents diseases and disorders that affect the brain and nervous system. The cause of neurological disorders is diverse. The vital components of CNS like Brain and Spinal cord are encapsulated in copious membranes which are assailable to force and pressure. The peripheral nerves situated deep under the skin also susceptible to damages. The damages result in disorder which in turn affects one neuron or entire nervous system. The symptom of neurological disorders varies based on upon on type of disorder and Specific area affected. Based on the report by WHO, Millions of people around the world are affected by various kind of neurological disorders. Predominantly 10% of the world’s death is caused by neurological disorders.
- Track 2-1Alzheimer
- Track 2-2Dementia
- Track 2-3Epilepsy
- Track 2-4Huntington
- Track 2-5Parkinson
- Track 2-6Brain Injury
Central nervous system is the intrinsic reality of the body. Brain and the spinal cord are the core part of CNS. Serving as the largest part of the nervous system, It regulates the thought process, the functioning of organs and movement associated with the body. The brain is encompassed in the cranial cavity and consists of neurons and glial cells. CNS is responsible for all involuntary actions
- Track 3-1CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics
- Track 3-2Expression of neuron transmitters
- Track 3-3Transformation of neuronal precursors
- Track 3-4CNS Biomarkers
- Track 3-5Central Nervous System Disorders
- Track 3-6Multiple Sclerosis
Proper neuroscience equipment should emphasize safety and protection for the research subjects and the individuals conducting the research. There are many instruments which protect the lifes of many folks.
- Track 4-1CAT
- Track 4-2MRI
- Track 4-3EEG
Neurophysiology is the branch of neuroscience and physiology that exploits the functioning of the nervous system. These studies are carried out using electrophysiological or molecular biological tools. Insights of neurophysiology render the elaborate description of the revolutionized anatomy of nervous system, the motor response control system, thought processing and memory management system. Discussions can also be made in neuromuscular physiology, neural mechanisms of higher nervous activity and contemporary problems of Neuroscience can also be conferred.
- Track 5-1Clinical Neurophysiology
- Track 5-2Surgical Neurophysiology
- Track 5-3Systemic Neurophysiology
- Track 5-4Disorder Diagnostics Modalities
- Track 5-5Metabolic Disorders in Neurophysiology
- Track 5-6Neurophysiology of Pain
The compounds (neurochemicals) that are produced by and that control the nervous system includes the attention in the arena of neurochemistry. Neurochemistry deals with the progression of neurotransmission with the help of neurochemicals like oxytocin, serotonin, dopamine and other neurotransmitters and neurotransmitter-regulating substances.
- Track 6-1Chemical Neurobiology
- Track 6-2Key Aspects of Neurochemistry
- Track 6-3Molecular and Cellular neurochemistry
- Track 6-4Molecular Mechanisms & Regulation of Nervous System
- Track 6-5Neurotransmitters and signalling molecule
Neurogenetics attributes to the study of the genetic role in the development and functioning of the nervous system. Many of the fundamental processes underlying neurological disease remain elusive and/or poorly understood. Genetics and proteomics (the study of proteins produced by genes) can increase our understanding of predisposition to diseases so we can develop the next wave of therapies to treat neurological disease. Mapping the gene of Huntington disease, unveiling the cause for hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsy(HNPP) using Neurogenetics is marked as landmark discoveries in the field of neurobiology.
- Track 7-1Neurogenetic Disorders
- Track 7-2Diagonosis of neurogenetic diseases
- Track 7-3Treatment for neurogenetic diseases
- Track 7-4Myotonic Dystrophy
Neuropathology deals with the study of the pathology of nervous tissue in the form of biopsy or autopsy. Pathological study of brain and spinal cord aids in the diagnosis of the disease. In certain countries, still, neuropathology is deemed as a subcategory of anatomical pathology. Rudimental understanding of nervous system pathology is indispensable to provide efficient, safe evidence-based care to patients with neurological diseases.
- Track 8-1Neuropathological disease
- Track 8-2Neuropathology of Dementia Disorders
- Track 8-3Vasculitis
- Track 8-4Amyloidosis
- Track 8-5Neuropathological assessment of Parkinson Disease
The Study of interaction between the nervous system and the immune system is interpreted as Neuroimmunology. The cross talk between these two complex systems is a continuing mystery to be deciphered by neuroscientists. Later researches in this area have focused on the role of immune cells and immune mediators in the initiation and progression of specific neurological diseases, such as multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease. Yet how do autoimmune T cells get into the brain and how do they contribute to neurological diseases and does the microglial cell activation in the brain Neurodestructive or Neuroprotective. Can serum antibodies affect brain function and what are the functional contributions of genetic determinants to multiple sclerosis susceptibility? These and other questions need a clear discussion that has important implications for the treatment of neurological disorders with an inflammatory component.
- Track 9-1Multiple Sclerosis
- Track 9-2Neuroinflammation
- Track 9-3Neuroimmune System
- Track 9-4Neuro Immunological Disorders
- Track 9-5Neuro-immune Interactions
Neuropsychiatry is a collaborative interface between psychiatry and neurology that account with mental disorders.T he field of neuropsychiatry is engaged with understanding the link between mind, body and its behavior. Treated as sub-specialty of psychiatry, the common cases originate from identifiable malfunctions. The amalgamation of Neuropsychiatrist with neurologist and neurosurgeons provide extensive care and efficient set up for patients. Patients suffering from psychiatry conditions report. Biological psychiatry, cognitive neurosciences, behavioral neurology, and organic psychiatry are closely related fields with different motif and competence.
- Track 10-1Psychosis
- Track 10-2Mood disorders
- Track 10-3Sleep disorders
- Track 10-4Degenerative disorders
- Track 10-5Development of child with psychiatric disorders
Neuroradiology and Neuroimaging pave the path to visualize the brain and spinal cord which is critical for diagnosing and treating the patient with the neurological illness. Neuroradiology is maneuvered to image the structure, functions of the central nervous and peripheral nervous system using neuroimaging techniques. Neuroimaging can be exploited for plain film diagnosis of the skull, sinuses, mastoids, spine, and head, and neck structures, and all other imaging and special procedures related to the central nervous system and head and neck including angiography, myelography, interventional techniques, and magnetic resonance imaging. Our session mainly focusing on Basics of Neuroradiology, Pediatric Neuroradiology, Functional Neuroradiology, Emergency Neuroradiology, Spine Interventions, Neuroradiology, and Patient safety and on Preventive Neuroradiology.
- Track 11-1Brain Monitoring
- Track 11-2Implant Technologies
- Track 11-3Use of Neuroimaging in various Diseases
Neurosurgery is the youngest surgical discipline that focuses on diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of neuro-related diseases and disorders. The history of neurosurgery dates back to the early 1990s. High quality and life-sustaining treatments can be endowed for patients with advanced neurosurgical devices. Some of the common neurosurgeries include craniotomy, microsurgery, oncological neurosurgery, neuro-endoscopy (endoscopic endonasal surgery), and stereotactic neurosurgery. Flow diversion devices, neuroendovascular stents, liquid embolic, clot retrieval, and balloon catheters are the innovative neurosurgical devices playing significant growth in the market. Due to its potential outcomes, global investors contribute more investments in R&D.
- Track 12-1Epilepsy Surgery
- Track 12-2Brain Neurosurgery
- Track 12-3Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- Track 12-4Pediatric Neurosurgery
- Track 12-5Advancements in Neurological Surgeries by Operations
- Track 12-6Spinal Neurosurgery
- Track 12-7Spinal Neurosurgery
Neuro-oncology paraphrases the study of tumors in the brain and spinal cord. The global incidence of brain tumor is higher than 45/100,000 patients a year. According to National brain tumor society, there are about 120 types of brain tumor. The widely known type of brain tumor is glioma that originates from glial tissues. Meningioma is the most common type of spinal cord tumor which originates from CNS. The treatment given for neurological tumors is based upon the type of tumor, position in the spine and the age of the patient.
- Track 13-1Tumors of the Central Nervous System
- Track 13-2Brain Metastasis
- Track 13-3Radiation Oncology
- Track 13-4Treatments involved in Brain Tumors
- Track 13-5Advancements in Neuro Oncology
Neuropharmacology divulges on understanding the effects of chemical agents with neurobiological processes of the nervous system. The study involves various aspects of nervous system interrogating single neuron to the whole region of the brain and spinal cord. Experiments are carried out on Mammalian, non-mammalian and invertebrates organism to obtain novel insights on neurobiological mechanisms. In order to design a drug for the neurological disorder, one must understand how neurons communicate with each other. The neuropharmacology market can be categorized on the basis of technology, application, and region.
- Track 14-1Study of drugs for neurological disorders
- Track 14-2Effect of drugs for neurological disorders
- Track 14-3Current research in neuropharmacology
- Track 14-4Pharmacokinetic studies
- Track 14-5Pharmacodynamic studies
- Track 14-6Clinical Neuropharmacology
Reconditioning and retraining of the brain waves employing real-time display electroencephalography (EEG) are termed as Neurofeedback. Neurofeedback also called as Neurotherapy is a therapeutic tool that improves a variety of health conditions. During the treatment, the EEG is recorded from a subject scalp which is further extracted into various components and fed to subjects in form of video and audio, where the subject should alter these parameters to attain more efficient mode of brain functioning. Recent studies reflecting evidenced-based efficacy proved this technique a more viable option for clinical intervention. Embedded with technology, EEG-biofeedback is a non-invasive, drug-free, brain training system that aids the central nervous system (CNS) make the best use of your brain’s natural resources.
Neuroscience nursing deals with aiding the patient experiencing neurological problems. This may involve injuries due to the head and spinal trauma from mishaps, or ailments, as an example, shaking palsy illness, meningitis, redness, epilepsy, and diverse pathology.
- Track 16-1Care of patients suffering with mental illness
- Track 16-2Healthcare nursing
Pediatric Neurology deals with the management and diagnosis of neurological conditions in neonates, children, infants and adolescents. The discipline of child neurology encompasses diseases and disorders of the brain, peripheral nervous system, spinal cord, autonomic nervous system and blood vessels that affect individuals in these age groups.
- Track 17-1Pediatric Neurological disorders
- Track 17-2Therapies for Child Neurological Disorders
Case studies in neuroscience and neurology are crucial provenance of new ideas and hypothesis. The causes, symptoms and treatment and possible outcome are analyzed using the reports. This topic focuses on case study methodologies and advantages. Detailed Case studies most frequently describe people with rare, unique, and abnormal conditions. Framing the neurological condition from case report enhances new clinical inventions and therapeutics.
- Track 18-1Case studies on motor disorders
- Track 18-2Case studies on perceptual disorders
- Track 18-3Case studies on language disorders
- Track 18-4Case studies on memory disorders
- Track 18-5Case studies on miscellaneous disorders