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28th World Congress on Neurology & Neuroscience, will be organized around the theme “Novel Therapies in Neurosciences and Neurological Disorders”
Neuroscience Congress 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Neuroscience Congress 2019
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Neuroscience is a branch of science which deals with the study of structure and function of the brain and nervous system. It includes different approaches used to study the nervous system at the different scales and the techniques. It focuses on all aspects of how the system functions including the structure and development of the body and it’s where psychology meets biology.
- Track 1-1Developmental neuroscience
- Track 1-2Clinical neuroscience
- Track 1-3Molecular and cellular neuroscience
- Track 1-4Neuromuscular Diseases
- Track 1-5Neurological Infections
Neurophysiology is the physiology of the nervous system and it is the primary tools of basic neurophysiological research which include electrophysiological recordings, such as extracellular single-unit recording local field potentials, patch clamp and recording of voltage clamp , as well as some of the methods of optogenetics, molecular biology, and calcium imaging. It features a broad interdisciplinary scope on systematic, cellular, and molecular neurophysiology, neurochemistry and functional neuromorphology.
- Track 2-1Clinical neurophysiology
- Track 2-2Neuropathology of Epilepsy
- Track 2-3Neuroplasticity
- Track 2-4Hereditary Sensory and Autonomic Neuropathies
- Track 2-5Neuronal Communication Beyond Synapses
- Track 2-6In Vitro Neurophysiology
Cognitive neuroscience is one of the scientific field that is concerned with the study of the biological processes and to study how brain enables the mind. Cognitive neuroscience includes two domains that known modes of neuronal processing and it maps higher-level cognitive functions to known brain architectures. It also explores how individual neurons operate and communicate to form complex neuronal architectures that comprise the human brain.
- Track 3-1Neurolinguistics
- Track 3-2Neuroimaging
- Track 3-3Cognitive Genomics
- Track 3-4Cognitive Dysfunction
- Track 3-5Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Track 3-6Positron Emission Tomography
Neuropathology is the branch of medicine concerned with diseases of the nervous system and it is the study of central and peripheral nervous tissue in adults and children. The primary concern is the diagnosis of brain tumours, and neuropathologists are often able to give a preliminary diagnosis to the neurosurgeon while the patient is still on the operating table. It involves interpretation of molecular tests and special stains and will guide other members of the multidisciplinary team when deciding upon treatment strategies. Neuropathologists look at muscle to diagnose inherited and acquired muscle diseases, alongside peripheral nerve samples and occasionally ophthalmic specimens and they are also responsible for post-mortem brain analysis.
- Track 4-1Pediatric neuropathology
- Track 4-2Familial Dysautonomia
- Track 4-3Multiple Sclerosis Pathology
- Track 4-4Central Nervous System Tumours
- Track 4-5Genotype–Phenotype Correlations in Parkinson Disease
Neurocardiology refers to the pathophysiological interplays of the cardiovascular and nervous systems. It is the study of neurological, neurophysiological and neuroanatomical aspects of cardiology including the neurological origins of cardiac disorders. The neurocardiac axis links the cardiovascular and nervous systems to physiological problems such as: stroke, epilepsy and arrhythmias. Clinical issues in Neurocardiology include neurogenic stress cardiomyopathy, cardiovascular findings in patients with primary neurological disease, neurologic sequelae of cardiac and thoracic surgery and cardiac interventions and hypoxic-ischemic brain injury.
- Track 5-1Cardiovascular Systems
- Track 5-2cardiovascular reflexes
- Track 5-3Neurocardiac Axis Link
- Track 5-4Arrhythmias
- Track 5-5Maintaining Homeostasis
- Track 5-6Changes in Neural Oscillations
- Track 5-7Imbalance of Autonomic Neural Inputs
Neurogenetics is the study of role of genetics in the function and development of the nervous system that it will draw all the aspects from both the studies of neuroscience and genetics mainly focusing on genetic codes i.e., traits, Mutations where in this genetic sequence can have a wide range of effects on the quality of life of the individual.
- Track 6-1Biochemical genetics
- Track 6-2Gene mutation and disease
- Track 6-3Neural Engineering
- Track 6-4Genetic engineering and Gene sequencing
- Track 6-5Cancer neurogenetics
- Track 6-6Huntington disease
Vascular Dementia is caused by an impaired supply of blood to the brain which may be caused by a series of small strokes. This condition causes changes in thinking skills, memory, speech or balance these conditions can get worse over time or it can happen suddenly or begin mildly. It is also known as vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) and multi infract dementia (MID).
- Track 7-1Neurovascular System
- Track 7-2Fatty Acids and the Aging Brain
- Track 7-3International Society for Vascular Behavioural and Cognitive Disorders (VASCOG)
- Track 7-4Criteria for Vascular Cognitive Disorders
Autonomic Neurology focuses on presentation of clinical cases and clinical scenarios. The anatomical and biochemical mechanisms of central and peripheral nervous system control of autonomic function, a clinical and laboratory approach to the diagnosis of autonomic disorders, and principles of autonomic pharmacology. It focuses on the pathophysiology and management of disorders of sweating, neurogenic bladder, gastrointestinal dysmotility, and autonomic hyperactivity. Mainly it is devoted to specific autonomic disorders, including common peripheral neuropathies and central neurodegenerative disorders with prominent autonomic failure, painful small fibre neuropathies, focal brain disorders, focal spinal cord disorders, and chronic pain disorders with autonomic manifestations.
- Track 8-1Cardiac autonomic neuropathy
- Track 8-2Diabetic autonomic neuropathy
- Track 8-3Adie’s syndrome
- Track 8-4Shy-Drager syndrome
- Track 8-5Autonomic Neuropathy Advancements
- Track 8-6Multiple System Atrophy
Computational Neurology is a branch of neuroscience which employs abstractions, theoretical analysis and mathematical models of the brain to understand the principles that govern the cognitive abilities, development, physiology and structure of the nervous system. Topics including representation of information by spiking neurons, algorithms for adaptation and learning and processing of information in neural networks are studied, Computational Neurology is also known as theoretical neuroscience or mathematical neuroscience.
- Track 9-1Computational clinical neuroscience
- Track 9-2Cognitive ability of nervous system
- Track 9-3Single-neuron modelling
- Track 9-4Sensory processing
- Track 9-5Axonal patterning
- Track 9-6Development, axonal patterning, and guidance
- Track 9-7Memory and synaptic plasticity
The study of relationship between brain health and behaviour in children is referred as Neuropediatrics which is a sub-speciality within the field of clinical neuropsychology. The complex medical process aims to aid recovery from a nervous system injury is known as Neurorehabilitation.
- Track 10-1Epilepsy in children
- Track 10-2Paediatrics tumour
- Track 10-3Occupational Therapy and Neuropsychology
- Track 10-4Neonatal encephalopathy
- Track 10-5Addiction Rehabilitation Therapies Pediatric Vestibular Disorders
- Track 10-6Autism and paediatric psychology
- Track 10-7Sensory Prosthetics
Neurosurgery is concerned with the rehabilitation of disorders, diagnosis and surgical treatment which may affect any portion of the nervous system. The neurosurgery is required to treat the underlying cause of back pain as opposed to conservative treatments by discectomy or laminectomy. Neural circuits are population of neurons which are interconnected by synapses and will carry out specific functions when they are activated.
- Track 11-1Vascular Neurosurgery on Spine
- Track 11-2Plastic Neurosurgery
- Track 11-3Spinal Neurofibroma
- Track 11-4Spinal Dysraphism
- Track 11-5Laminectomy
- Track 11-6Cervical Laminectomy and Fusion
- Track 11-7Post-surgical neuralgias
Placebo Effect is a beneficial effect produced by a treatment or placebo drug. Emerging research n the field of neuroscience evidence implicates on neurochemical mediators and multiple brain systems including dopamine and opioids. The empirical review of the brain systems that are involved in placebo effects are presented, that focuses on a conceptual framework and placebo analgesia and linking these findings to the mind–brain processes that mediate them.
- Track 12-1Placing Placebo in Normal Brain Function with Neuroimaging
- Track 12-2Placebo Analgesic
- Track 12-3Acupuncture
- Track 12-4Nocebo Hyperalgesia
Neurotoxicity is a form of toxicity in which a biological, chemical, or physical agent produces an adverse effect on the structure or function of the central and/or peripheral nervous system. The term neurotoxicity implies the involvement of a neurotoxin; however, the term neurotoxic may be used more loosely to describe states that are known to cause physical brain damage, but where no specific neurotoxin has been identified.
- Track 13-1Nervous System and Behavioral Toxicology
- Track 13-2Developmental Neurotoxicology
- Track 13-3In vitro approaches to developmental neurotoxicity
- Track 13-4Epileptic seizure
- Track 13-5Neurotoxic Effects of Pharmaceutical Agents I: Anti-infectives
Stem cell is an undifferentiated cell which has the capacity to give rise to a new cell and to indefinitely more cells of the same type from which certain other kinds of cell arise by differentiation. It is showed by researchers that these cells are capable in the treatment of Neurological Disorders such as Alzheimer disease, Battens disease, Parkinson and many other neurological disorders and they can also be used for treatment of Spinal cord injury.
- Track 14-1Embryonic Stem Cells (ESCs) and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPS)
- Track 14-2Neural Stem Cells
- Track 14-3Immunoablation and hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) transplantation
- Track 14-4MOA underlying Cell Therapy
- Track 14-5Cell Transplantation for Brain Injury
The neuroscience of religion or Neurotheology is also known as spiritual neuroscience refers to the multidisciplinary field of scholarship to understand the relationship between the religion and human brain. The evolutionary basis for subjective experiences traditionally categorized as spiritual or religious The field has tried to explain religious experience and behavior in neuroscientific terms.
- Track 15-1Neuropsychology and neuroimaging
- Track 15-2Magnetic stimulation studies
- Track 15-3Religious Experience and Health
- Track 15-4Empirical Testing of Religious Experience
Neuromarketing is a new and a different method of marketing where they use medical technologies such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) to study the responses in brain to analyse for marketing stimuli. To measure or to analyse changes in activity of the brain and parts of brain and to learn why consumers make the decisions researchers use the fMRI and they also check what part of the brain is telling them to do.
- Track 16-1Brain fitness
- Track 16-2Political Neuromarketing
- Track 16-3EEG
- Track 16-4Facial Coding
- Track 16-5FMRI
- Track 16-6Olfactory Marketing
In recent decades the understanding of neurological diseases by physicians tend to approach disease and diagnose as if they were immutable. More than about 600 neurological diseases are found which occur due to injuries to spinal cord or brain or because of faulty gene. The practice of neurology is moving forward because of the importance of case reports special case issues, semiology, pathophysiology and present cases that provide glimpses into diagnosis.