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.
The medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the nervous system, which includes the brain, the spinal cord, and the nerves. Neurology also includes diagnosis and treatment of both central and peripheral nervous system. A neurologist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating diseases of the nervous system. The nervous system is made of two parts: the central and peripheral nervous system. It includes the brain and spinal cord. Illnesses, disorders, and injuries that involve the nervous system often require a neurologist’s management and treatment.
- Track 1-1Clinical Neurology
- Track 1-2Vascular neurology
- Track 1-3Palliative care in neurology
- Track 1-4Pediatric Neurology
- Track 1-5Neurological enhancement
- Track 1-6Geriatric Neurology
Neurochemistry is the study of the identities, structures and functions of compounds (neurochemicals) that are generated by and that modulate the nervous system. Neurochemicals include oxytocin, serotonin, dopamine and other neurotransmitters and neurotransmitter-regulating substances. This field within neuroscience examines how neurochemicals influence the operation of neurons, synapses, and neural networks.
- Track 2-1Neurochemicals and Cell Signalling
- Track 2-2Ion Channels and Neuropeptides
- Track 2-3Clinical Neurochemistry
- Track 2-4Molecular and Cellular Neurochemistry
Neurophysiology is the subspecialty of neuroscience and physiology that focuses on the physiology and functioning of the nervous system, often using electrophysiological or molecular biological tools. This topic could give detailed description about 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. It features board investigations in the Neuropathology and interdisciplinary departments of Neuro ophthalmology, Neuro otology.
- Track 3-1Surgical Neurophysiology
- Track 3-2Neurophysiology of Pain
- Track 3-3Systemic Neurophysiology
- Track 3-4Metabolic Disorders in Neurophysiology
- Track 3-5Neurophysiology Facilitation of Respiration
It is area of study through which bioelectrical activity is recorded it may be spontaneous or stimulated. Mostly encompasses both pathophysiology and clinical methods used to diagnose the disease in central and peripheral nervous system. Tests are conducted based on electrical functions of brain, spinal cord and nerves in limb and muscles. Total monitoring of electrical activity in neurons is checked.
- Track 4-1Electromyography
- Track 4-2Electroencephalography
- Track 4-3Evoked potential
- Track 4-4Polysomnography
The term neurogenesis is made up of the words “neuro” meaning “relating to nerves” and “genesis” meaning the formation of something. The term therefore refers to the growth and development of neurons. This process is most active while a baby is developing in the womb and is responsible for the production of the brain’s neurons. Neurogenesis takes place in the subventricular zone (SVZ) that forms the lining of the lateral ventricles and the subgranular zone that forms part of the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus area
- Track 5-1Adult Neurogenesis
- Track 5-2Cellular Differentiation
- Track 5-3Neural Stem Cells
- Track 5-4Progenitor Cells
- Track 5-5Embryogenesis Stage
Neuropsychology is the study of brain–behaviour relationships and has traditionally utilised the classical lesion-based approach – relating focal brain damage to patterns of preserved and impaired cognitive functioning. The loss of the ability to execute or carry out learned purposeful movements. It concerns with the neurological basis of behaviour, memory and cognition which mainly occurs as the aftermath of the neurological damage, disease and treatment thereof. The recent research of the behavioral neurology comes together with the Neuropsychiatry and Neuropsychology.
- Track 6-1Synaptic Disorders
- Track 6-2Neuropsychiatry
- Track 6-3Cognitive Neurology
- Track 6-4Neurological basis of Memory
- Track 6-5Impact of Syndromes and Diseases
The Central Nervous System is denounced to various Malevolent disorders. Central Nervous System covers its mechanism, Metastatic pestilence, Ramification, Cancers, Neurons and Sensory Receptors, Neurological Disorders, Multiple sclerosis and Imaging agents to CNS neurofibroma. Cancer spreads to the Nervous System by direct invasion or compression from continuous tissues relates to the proximity of the Nervous System to other structures. Brain Tumor occurs when abnormal cells form within the brain. The symptoms of Brain stem tumors vary greatly and can include Ataxia, Cranial Nerve Palsy, headaches, problems with speech and swallowing, hearing loss, weakness, Hemiparesis, vision abnormalities, ptosis, and behavioural changes.
- Track 7-1Meningitis and Encephalitis
- Track 7-2Motor Neuron Disease
- Track 7-3CNS Lymphoma
- Track 7-4Pediatric neurooncology
- Track 7-5Tumor Biomarkers
- Track 7-6Brain Prognosis
- Track 7-7All Gliomas
- Track 7-8Benign brain tumors
Neurocardiology refers to the interplay between the nervous system and the cardiovascular system. Stress-related cardiomyopathy exemplifies the brain-heart connection and occurs in several conditions with acute brain injury that share over sympathetic activation. The brain's influences on the heart can include elevated cardiac markers, arrhythmias, repolarization abnormalities on electrocardiogram, myocardial necrosis, and autonomic dysfunction. A brain-heart link is more known to cardiologists than neurologists.
- Track 8-1Arrhythmia
- Track 8-2Intracerebral Hemorrhage
- Track 8-3Ischemic Stroke
- Track 8-4Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
- Track 8-5Tako-Tsubo Cardiomyopathy
An expanding field of Neuroscience which mainly works to regain the lost ability and to recover patients from various nervous system disorders. This in turn also minimizes the loss by finding functional alternative solutions. It includes several necessitate extensive rehabilitation therapies and exercises for stroke patients. A global neurorehabilitation systems market is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR during the years 2013 to 2018.
- Track 9-1Physiotherapy and Speech Therapy
- Track 9-2Sensory Prosthetics
- Track 9-3Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Track 9-4Occupational Therapy and Neuropsychology
- Track 9-5Rehabilitation Robotics
- Track 9-6Rehabilitation Exercises
- Track 9-7Addiction Rehabilitation Therapies
Neuropharmacology is the study of how drugs affect cellular function in the nervous system, and the neural mechanisms through which they influence behavior. There are two main branches of neuropharmacology: behavioral and molecular. Behavioral neuropharmacology focuses on the study of how drugs affect human behavior (neuropsychopharmacology), including the study of how drug dependence and addiction affect the human brain. Molecular neuropharmacology involves the study of neurons and their neurochemical interactions, with the overall goal of developing drugs that have beneficial effects on neurological function. Neuroepidemiology is a branch of epidemiology involving the study of neurological disease distribution and determinants of frequency in human populations.
- Track 10-1Molecular Neuropharmacology
- Track 10-2Behavioral Neuropharmacology
- Track 10-3Neuroimmune Pharmacology
- Track 10-4Neurochemical Transmission
- Track 10-5Drug Discovery Challenges
- Track 10-6Clinical traits of Neuronal Disorders
- Track 10-7Statistical Reports of Prevalence
Neurodegenerative disease is an umbrella term for a range of conditions which primarily affect the neurons in the human brain. Neurodegenerative diseases are incurable and debilitating conditions that result in progressive degeneration and / or death of nerve cells. This causes problems with movement (called ataxias), or mental functioning (called dementias).
- Track 11-1Dementia and Drug Development
- Track 11-2Alzheimer's disease (AD)
- Track 11-3Parkinson's disease (PD) and PD-related disorders
- Track 11-4Prion disease
- Track 11-5Motor neurone diseases (MND)
- Track 11-6Huntington's disease (HD)
- Track 11-7Spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA)
- Track 11-8Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
It is the medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with injury to, or diseases/disorders of the brain, spinal cord and spinal column, and peripheral nerves within all parts of the body. The specialty of neurosurgical care includes both adult and pediatric patients. Dependent upon the nature of the injury or disease a neurological surgeon may provide surgical and/or non-surgical care. Neuroplasticity is being denoted as the brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment. Brain reorganization takes place by mechanisms such as "axonal sprouting" in which undamaged axons grow new nerve endings to reconnect neurons whose links were injured or severed.
- Track 12-1Paediatric Neurosurgery
- Track 12-2Robotic Neurosurgery
- Track 12-3Synaptic Pruning
- Track 12-4Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF)
- Track 12-5Brain Machine Interface
Addiction is defined as a constantly persistent, relapsing mental disorder. It is considered a mental disorder because drugs change the function of the brain and its structure. These brain changes can be long-lasting and can lead to the harmful behaviors. Most abused drugs produce intense feelings of pleasure. The initial decision to take drugs is typically voluntary. The common characteristic of all addictive substances is that they activate the brain’s reward system, either directly or indirectly. The positive and negative consequences of substance use vary greatly depending on the specific drug being used. The primary features of substance use disorders are a mixture of cognitive, behavioral, and physiological symptoms.
- Track 13-1Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)
- Track 13-2Tobacco Use Disorder
- Track 13-3Cannabis Use Disorder
- Track 13-4Hallucinogen Use Disorder
- Track 13-5Opioid Use Disorder
- Track 13-6Adolescence stage
- Track 13-7Psychological behavioral change
- Track 13-8Neurotransmitters
Any behavioural that is out of control in some way is predicted to addiction. Some of the behavioral addiction likes alcoholism, amphetamine addiction, cocaine addiction, nicotine addiction, opiate addiction, food addiction, gambling addiction, and sexual addiction root cause of brain damage/brain disorder. Addiction may cause health problem as well as problems at work and with family members and friends. Addicted person manages his stress and other mental health problems with the therapy. Treatment may also include Hospitalization, Therapeutic communities or sober houses and Outpatient programs.
- Track 14-1Phobias
- Track 14-2Mood disorders
- Track 14-3Schizophrenia disorders
- Track 14-4Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Track 14-5Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Track 14-6Psychotherapy
- Track 14-7Neurophysiology
Neuroimaging or brain imaging is the use of varied techniques to either directly or indirectly image the structure, function/pharmacology of the Nervous system. Neuroimaging technologies like Positron emission tomography, single-photon emission tomography, and magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) gave neuropsychologists and neuroscientists images of living, functioning brains. The Structural and Functional Neuroimaging are the types, where structural Neuroimaging provides brain’s anatomical structure and Functional Neuroimaging provides aspects of brain function. Direct measurement of diverse neurochemicals using neuroimaging techniques provides unique probes of neuronal integrity. Future heads towards the combination of imaging modalities by using advances in software and hardware.
- Track 15-1Radiology
- Track 15-2Imaging Techniques
- Track 15-3Brain Mapping
Cognitive neuroscience is the field of study focusing on the neural substrates of mental processes. It is at the intersection of psychology and neuroscience, but also overlaps with physiological psychology, cognitive psychology and neuropsychology. It combines the theories of cognitive psychology and computational modelling with experimental data about the brain. Cognitive neuroscientists study human participants. They study key cognitive concepts, such as memory, perception, action, language, and conscious awareness.
- Track 16-1Attention
- Track 16-2Cognitive control
- Track 16-3Dyslexia
- Track 16-4Consciousness
- Track 16-5Intelligence
- Track 16-6Motivation
- Track 16-7Perception
Neurotoxicity is any damage or effect in the Central Nervous system caused by biological, chemical, or physical agents. These agents are known as Neurotoxins. The manifestations of Neurotoxicity include effects on memory, cognition, sensory processes, Intellectual actions, motor functions, gait and movement control Neurotoxicity is considered as the cause for most of the Neurodegenerative disorders like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, Motor neurone diseases and others causing a Cytotoxic damage. The biochemical studies are being carried out to determine the threshold values for Neurotoxins and are made to conclusively address the role of enzymatic activity, role of proteins, and other physico-chemical agents.
- Track 17-1Neurological Effects of Air Pollutants
- Track 17-2Lead and Public Health
- Track 17-3Air Pollutant Hazards
- Track 17-4Vertebrate Pesticides
- Track 17-5Side Effects of Drugs
The grand challenge in neuroscience is—it would seem—the effort of understanding the structure, function, and development of the nervous system in health and disease. Such understanding requires the integration of huge amounts of heterogeneous and complex data collected at multiple levels of investigation. The interdisciplinary field of neuroinformatics combines neuroscience with information science/technology and deals with the creation of the data systems that will be required to achieve such integration. The grand challenge in neuroinformatics is to achieve advanced, ultimately seamless, integration of all data needed to understand the nervous system.
- Track 18-1Databasing challenge
- Track 18-2Accumulation
- Track 18-3Data Management
- Track 18-4Tools challenge
- Track 18-5Modeling challenge
Diagnostic tests and procedures are vital tools that help physicians confirm or rule out the presence of a neurological disorder or other medical condition. Advancements in diagnostic technologies have revolutionized the field of neurology. The use of these tools in the course of neurological evaluations is driven by a strong version of the diagnostic imperative, with the goal of precisely identifying the locus and extent of disease processes. Because of the discrepancy between the sophistication of these technologies and the availability of therapeutic interventions, there is active debate regarding the appropriate use of these tools when the diagnosis is clear, or when no change is made to the therapeutic management.
- Track 19-1Angiography
- Track 19-2Biopsy
- Track 19-3Brain scans
- Track 19-4Cerebrospinal fluid analysis
- Track 19-5Computed tomography
- Track 19-6Electroencephalography
- Track 19-7Magnetic resonance imaging
- Track 19-8Cerebral Angiogram