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 or Neural Science involves brain, spinal cord and nerves. It is a place where psychology meets biology. Clinical Neuroscience is a branch of neuroscience focussing on the diseases and disorders of the brain and central nervous system. Clinical neuroscience serves as a future of Psychiatry. Computational Neuroscience assists as a theoretical method for investigating the function and mechanism of the nervous system. Neurolinguistics helps us to look at the similar constraints between the language and the brain. Neurorobotic models provide heuristics for developing and testing theories of brain function in the context of phenotypic and environmental interactions. Also, neurorobotic models may provide a foundation for the development of more effective robots, based on an improved understanding of the biological basis of adaptive behaviour.
- Track 1-1Cell-Cell Signaling
- Track 1-2Branches of Modern Neuroscience
- Track 1-3Clinical Neuroscience
- Track 1-4Developmental Neuroscience
- Track 1-5Neuroinformatics
- Track 1-6Cognitive Aging Memory Retrieval Mechanism
Neurology manages the treatment and finding of all classifications of conditions and illness including the fringe and focal sensory system including their covers, veins and all effector tissue, for example, muscle. Neurological Procedures could be defined with certain divisional tests like Lumbar puncture, Tensilon test, Electroencephalogram are used to diagnose neurological disorders. Advances in neuroimaging technologies, such as MRI and functional MRI, have given scientists previously unimaginable access to how the brain functions.
- Track 2-1Genetics Involved in Neurology
- Track 2-2Clinical Practice
- Track 2-3Behavioural Neurology
- Track 2-4Vascular Neurology
- Track 2-5Neurological Procedures
- Track 2-6Signalling Mechanisms of Brain
Neuroimmunology is the combination of study of both neuroscience and immunology. Mass cytometry, or CyTOF (cytometry by time-of-flight), is a common technique applied to the discovery of novel immune populations in humans and rodents. It uses metal-conjugated antibodies to enable a high-dimensional description of tens of markers at the single-cell level, thereby providing a bird's-eye view of the immune system
- Track 3-1Neuro Immuno Genetics
- Track 3-2Auto Immune Neuropathies
- Track 3-3Biomarkers
- Track 3-4Novel Drug Development
- Track 3-5Depression and Aging
Neurophysiology is commonly defined as the investigation of sensory system work. Researchers are investigating the focal and fringe sensory systems at the level of whole bodies, cell systems, single cells, or even subcellular compartments around them. A binding element of this wide-ranging land is an enthusiasm within the structures resulting in era and electrical movement.
- Track 4-1The Structure of the Nervous System
- Track 4-2Excitation of Nerve and Muscle
- Track 4-3Synaptic Transmission
- Track 4-4The Physiology of Small Groups of Neurons; Reflexes
- Track 4-5The Autonomic Nervous System
- Track 4-6Integrative Functions of the Central Nervous System
Paediatric neurology or child neurology relates to a specific medicine branch dealing with the diagnosis and management of neurological diseases in neonates, babies, kids and teenagers. The discipline of infant neurology includes spinal cord, brain, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system, muscle and blood vessel illnesses. The advances paved the way for paediatric neurologists to address situations that varied significantly, from comparatively easy illnesses to more complicated and rare conditions such as metabolic disease or neurodegenerative disorders.
- Track 5-1Paediatric Neurobiology
- Track 5-2Mitochondrial Disease
- Track 5-3Paediatric Nursing and Care
- Track 5-4Paediatric Psychological Disorders
- Track 5-5Paediatric Pharmacology and Drug Therapy
Neurogenesis is the method by which neurons are generated from neural stem cells and progenitor cells. Many distinct types of exciting and inhibitory neurons are generated from distinct types of neural stem cells through accurate genetic mechanisms of determining cell fate. Gliogenesis itself and glial-determined separation of ancestry are infinite supply of specific flagging falls. Similarly, these pathways are governed by unmistakable flagging falls that control multiplication and separation. In this manner, the growth of these cells can be controlled by expanding intracellular systems in perspective of natural indications
- Track 6-1Cell Migration: Cellular Dynamics
- Track 6-2Proliferation: Molecular Mechanisms
- Track 6-3Neuronal Differentiation
- Track 6-4Neuron-glia Interactions
- Track 6-5Cell & Organ Regeneration
Neuroinfectious diseases affect the nervous system, from the brain and spinal cord to muscles and nerves. There are a wide range of neuroinfectious diseases, including: Meningitis and encephalitis, Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, neurodegeneration associated with HIV and neurosarcoidosis, HTLV 1 hereditary spastic paraparesis myelopathy, a progressive spinal cord disease that results in painfully rigid, weak legs. Transverse myelitis, an inflammation that can trigger pain, weakness, paralysis, sensory problems, or dysfunction of the bladder and intestine on both sides of the spinal cord. These disease treatments may include, among other approaches, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory or anticonvulsant drugs.
- Track 7-1Molecular Mechanism
- Track 7-2Emerging Infections
- Track 7-3Types of Neurological Infections
- Track 7-4Role of Infections and inflammation in Neuroimmune Disorders
- Track 7-5Host Factors and Genetic Alterations in Neuroinflammation
Neurogenetic and neurometabolic abnormalities disorders affect the brain function. These disorders occur in young children of all ages, races and genders. Neurogenetic disease is the common term of chronic diseases that describes the brain abnormalities that occur following changes within the genes of the child and these cause certain brain cells to develop and function abnormally. In the event of neurometabolic defects; these illnesses lead from problems in the enzymes of the cells of the body that are either unable to either use materials to generate the energy the cell requires or to get rid of the food breakdown products.
- Track 8-1Clinical Aspects of Neurometabolic Disorders
- Track 8-2Biochemical Genetics
- Track 8-3Gene Mutation and Disease
- Track 8-4Neural Engineering
- Track 8-5Genetic Engineering and Gene Sequencing
- Track 8-6Emerging Treatment of Neurometabolic Disorders
- Track 8-7Cancer Neurogenetics
Any disorder happen at the body nervous system is called as Neurological Disorders. Brain, spinal cord or other nerves such as structural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities may sometimes lead as symptoms. Symptoms of neurological disorder may be sensation loss, poor coordination, muscle weakness, paralysis, confusion, pain, and modified consciousness levels. Biochemical modifications and sometimes physical injury to the brain, spinal cord, or nerves can be caused by the neurological disorder. But in some cases, it is not possible to determine the root cause by seeing only effects.
- Track 9-1Neurotrauma
- Track 9-2Brain Injury and Rehabilitation
- Track 9-3Alzheimer's Disease
- Track 9-4Parkinson's Disease
- Track 9-5Huntington's Disease
- Track 9-6Neuromuscular Disorders
- Track 9-7Dementia
- Track 9-8Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
Neuropsychiatry is a medicine branch that handles mental disorders due to nervous system diseases. It preceded the present psychiatric and neurological disciplines. Major Neuropsychiatric Conditions include the following: Addictions, Childhood and development, Eating disorders, Degenerative diseases, Mood disorders, Neurotic disorders, Psychosis & Sleep disorders. Behavioural science is a subject that inter links the activities and interactions among organisms in world.
- Track 10-1Types of Neuropsychiatric Disorder
- Track 10-2Addiction and Cognitive Neuroscience
- Track 10-3Psychosomatic Disorders
- Track 10-4Treatment for Neuropsychiatric Disorder
Neuroimaging or brain imaging is the use of different methods to picture the structure, function / pharmacology of the nervous system either directly or indirectly. It is a comparatively new medical, neuroscience, and psychological discipline. Neuroimaging is broadly categorised as structural imaging and functional imaging. Neuropathology is the study of characteristic reactions of neural tissue to diseases and the pathologic conditions particular to the nervous system.
- Track 11-1Brain Imaging Techniques
- Track 11-2Structural and Molecular Biomarkers
- Track 11-3Neuroimaging Biomarkers
- Track 11-4Developmental Neuropathology
- Track 11-5Dynamic, Molecular and Epidemiological Neuropathology
- Track 11-6Deciphering Tau Neuropathology
The medical specialty involved with the prevention, diagnosis, surgical therapy, and rehabilitation of illnesses affecting any part of the nervous system including the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system is referred to as neurological operation. Crises like intracranial drain and neuro injury are fundamentally associated with most of the neurosurgery. Intracerebral drain being the primary driver of dismalness and mortality brings about influencing between 37,000 and 52,400 patients every year in the United States.
- Track 12-1Spinal Neurosurgery
- Track 12-2Neuro Oncology
- Track 12-3Paediatric Neurosurgery
- Track 12-4Vascular Neurosurgery
- Track 12-5Functional Neurosurgery
- Track 12-6Radiosurgery
- Track 12-7Peripheral Nerve Surgery
Neuropharmacology is the science branch that investigates how medicines affect cell function in the sensory system and the neural elements through which they affect behaviour. There are two main branches of neuropharmacology: behavioural and sub-atomic. Behavioural neuropharmacology focuses on the investigation of how medication reliance and habit influence the human brain.
- Track 13-1Molecular Neuropharmocology
- Track 13-2Clinical Pharmacology
- Track 13-3Behavioural and Addiction Neuropharmacology
- Track 13-4Immunopharmacology and Psychopharmacology
- Track 13-5Future Aspects of Neuropharmacology
Researchers and physicians have used a variety of imaging techniques and chemical to diagnosis a neurological disease. After diagnosis, many treatment techniques, including medicines (topical, oral, and intravenous), device-based therapies (such as profound brain stimulation), surgery (such as tumor removal processes), physical therapy, and rehabilitation, show promising results for effective neurological disease treatment. The main requirement for providing extensive care for a spectrum of neuropsychological disorders and conditions is clinical skills, cutting-edge research and personalized attention. This conference is a best platform to increase extra profound experiences into the accepted procedures in clinical trials, and breakthrough the difficulties in Stroke and Neurology and taking a glimpse at the most recent preclinical and clinical studies.
- Track 14-1Stem Cells and Treatment
- Track 14-2Nerve Injury and Repair
- Track 14-3Clinical Case Reports
- Track 14-4Cell and Gene-Based Approach
- Track 14-5Neurotransmitter Release and Cell Repair
- Track 14-6Biomarkers
- Track 14-7Neurophysiotherapy