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Neurodegeneration refers to the severe damage that occurs in the central nervous system to the structure and function of neurons that pave the way to the demise of neurons. It results in diseases that completely demolish the motor neurons, where motor neurons are the nerve cells that create the way involving the electrical impulses from the brain to the spinal cord. Infections and traumatic brain injuries lead to acute inflammation of the central nervous system known as neuroinflammation. Chronic inflammations are integrated with neurodegenerative diseases. Recent research has found the inflammatory process is being closely linked with multiple neurodegenerative pathways, which are linked to depression. Accordingly, pro-inflammatory cytokines play a major role in the pathophysiology of depression and dementia. These data prove that pro-inflammatory agents are the causative effects of neuroinflammation.
- Track 1-1Huntington’s disease
- Track 1-2Neuronal Apoptosis
- Track 1-3Pro-inflammatory Cytokines
- Track 1-4Estrogen Receptors
- Track 1-5Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Track 1-6Progressive Dysfunction of Neurons
- Track 1-7Parkinson’s disease
- Track 1-8Alzheimer Disease
Neuroinformatics is the most recent addition to the world of Neurology. This discipline is basically the combination of informatics and brain research. The informatics part deals with the enormous amount of data handling and processing while the brain research ends up in providing millions of data out of its experiments.. Neuroscience is rich in diversity, comprising of numerous and different sub-disciplines of neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience. The main aim of Neuroinformatics is to develop tools to manage, share, model and analyse data obtained from Neurological studies.
- Track 2-1Cognitive Psychology
- Track 2-2Neural engineering
- Track 2-3Brain Informatics
- Track 2-4Neurocartography
- Track 2-5Brain Mapping
- Track 2-6Big Data and Deep Learning in Neurology
- Track 2-7Analyse models for CNS
Neurology is a branch of medical science that is concerned with disorders and diseases in the nervous system. Neurology involves the study of the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system and the autonomic nervous system and structural and functional disorders of the nervous system ranging from birth defects through to degenerative.
- Track 3-1Neuroscience: Explorations into Brain Function
- Track 3-2Nursing and Neuroscience
- Track 3-3Neuroscience- Inspired Bioengineering
- Track 3-4Neurotechnology
- Track 3-5Nursing Care in Neurology
Neurological disorders are diseases in the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system. In other words the brain, spinal cord, autonomic nervous system, peripheral nerves, cranial nerves, nerve roots, neuromuscular junction, and muscles are affected by these disorders. The burden imposed by such chronic neurological diseases (Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease (PD), and acute ischemic stroke) in general can be expected to be particularly devastating in poor populations. According to the survey, there are more than 600 neurological disorders. World Health Organization data suggest that neurological and psychiatric disorders are an important and growing cause of morbidity. The magnitude and burden of mental, neurological, and behavioural disorders is huge, affecting more than 450 million people globally. According to the Global Burden of Disease Report, 33 percent of years lived with disability and 13 percent of disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) are due to neurological and psychiatric disorders, which account for four out of the six leading causes of years lived with disability. Neurogenesis is the method by which neurons are generated from neural stem cells and progenitor cells. Through precise genetic mechanisms of cell fate determination, many different varieties of excitatory and inhibitory neurons are produced from various kinds of neural stem cells.
- Track 4-1Blood pressure variability and dementia
- Track 4-2Vascular Malformations of Brain and Spinal Cord
- Track 4-3Cavernous & Arteriovenous malformations
- Track 4-4Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage
- Track 4-5Stroke and migraine
Neurogenesis is the technique by using which new neurons are formed within the brain. Neurogenesis is essential when an embryo is growing, but also continues in certain brain areas after delivery and in the course of our lifespan. The mature brain has many specialized areas of function, and neurons that differ in shape and connections. Gliogenesis is the developmental method by using which glial cells – astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, Schwann cells and microglia – are generated. It consists of the production of glial progenitor cells and their differentiation into mature glia. Gliogenesis results in the formation of non-neuronal glia populations derived from multipotent neural stem cells. In this ability, glial cells offer a couple of functions to both the central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (PNS). Subsequent differentiation of glial cell populations results in function-specialised glial lineages.
- Track 5-1Nervous system patterning and developmental cell death
- Track 5-2Cell lineage
- Track 5-3Mechanisms of cell fate
- Track 5-4Neuronal differentiation
- Track 5-5Glial differentiation and interaction with neurons
Essential cerebrum tumours can be either harmful (contain growth cells) or considerate (don't contain disease cells). An essential mind tumour is a tumour which starts in the cerebrum. In the event that a destructive tumour which begins somewhere else in the body sends cells which wind up developing in the cerebrum, such tumours are then called optional or metastatic mind tumours. This talk is centred around essential cerebrum tumours. Mind tumours can happen at any age. The correct reason for cerebrum tumours is not clear. The manifestations of cerebrum tumours rely on upon their size, sort, and area. The most widely recognized side effects of mind tumours incorporate cerebral pains; deadness or shivering in the arms or legs; seizures, memory issues; state of mind and identity changes; adjust and strolling issues; sickness and regurgitating; changes in discourse, vision, or hearing.
- Track 6-1Astrocytic Tumors & Brain Metastasis
- Track 6-2Oligodendroglial Tumors & Seizures
- Track 6-3Mixed Gliomas & Migraine
- Track 6-4Medulloblastomas
- Track 6-5Neuro oncology and Metatasis
- Track 6-6Genetic syndromes and risk factors
- Track 6-7Nongenetic risk factors
Neurophysiology is extensively defined as the study of nervous system function. In this area, scientists look into the central and peripheral nervous systems at the extent of whole organs, cellular networks, single cells, or even subcellular compartments. A unifying feature of this extensive-ranging area is an interest inside the mechanisms that result in the generation and propagation of electrical impulses inside and among neurons. This subject is essential not only for our knowledge of the captivating techniques using human thought, but also for our potential to diagnose and deal with disorders related to nervous system malfunction.
- Track 7-1Clinical neurophysiology
- Track 7-2Surgical Neurophysiology
- Track 7-3Neurophysiology disorders
- Track 7-4Neurobiophysics
Neurochemistry deals with the outstanding chemistry that happens within the brain, nervous system and the nerve cell with which it communicates. The phenomenon of chemistry that generates electric signals which propagate along nerve cells and the chemistry at the synapse through neurotransmitters are the prime locations. Strong research work on brain and its effect on behaviour and cognitive capabilities will portray the neurochemical behaviour and illness due to chemical imbalance in order to explore the possibilities of advances inside the discipline of neurosciences and disorders.
- Track 8-1Molecular and Cellular neurochemistry
- Track 8-2Key Aspects of Neurochemistry
- Track 8-3Molecular Neurobiology
- Track 8-4Clinical Neurochemistry
rn Neuropsychiatry is the combination of Psychiatry and Neurology that deals with mental disorders, which in most cases can be shown to have their origin from an identifiable brain malfunction. Psychiatrists have laid claim to illnesses of the mind. Major Neuropsychiatric Conditions include the following: Addictions, Childhood, and development, Eating disorders, Degenerative diseases, Mood disorders, Neurotic disorders, Psychosis & Sleep disorders.rn
- Track 9-1Pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome
- Track 9-2Bipolar Disorder in Primary Care
- Track 9-3Mood disorders during the peripartum period
- Track 9-4Psychological Aspects of Medical Illness
- Track 9-5Childhood and adolescent psychiatry
The mature nervous system comes into being in the course of embryonic and post-embryonic development due to a sequence of developmental programs that consist of the start of nerve cells and their assisting (glia) cells, the migration of those cells to defined locations inside the developing nervous tissue, the establishment of connections of those cells to particular target regions, and selective neuronal cell death. As soon as established, we now recognise that the mature nervous system reveals a great degree of plasticity, changing in response to experience and use. Information received in research of the factors that have an effect on nervous system development and plasticity can also provide a key closer to unlocking the capacity of the mature nervous system.
- Track 10-1Neuromotor Dysfunctions in Children
- Track 10-2Intervention in Children with Neuromotor Disorders
- Track 10-3Development of postural control
- Track 10-4Development of children born after IVF/ICSI
Behavioural Neurology publishes original experimental papers and case reports dealing with disordered human behaviour. These embrace the field of cognitive neurology, biological psychiatry, neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience. The emphasis of the approach is on lesion and imaging studies that explore abnormal human cognition and behaviour. The journal embraces matters of interest to clinicians, such as behavioural neurologists and neuropsychiatrists, and cognitive neuroscientists, such as neuropsychologists, neuropathologists, neurochemists, psychopharmacologists and metabolic scientists with a special interest in human neurological disorders.
- Track 11-1Physiological psychology
- Track 11-2Behavioral syndromes
- Track 11-3Behavioral syndromes of limbic epilepsy
- Track 11-4Age-associated executive dysfunction
Molecular neuroscience is a branch of neuroscience that observes concepts in molecular biology applied to the nervous systems of animals. The scope of this subject covers topics such as molecular neuroanatomy, mechanisms of molecular signalling in the nervous system, the effects of genetics and epigenetics on neuronal development, and the molecular basis for neuroplasticity and neurodegenerative diseases. As with molecular biology, molecular neuroscience is a relatively new field that is considerably dynamic. Cellular neuroscience is the study of neurons at a cellular level. This includes morphology and physiological properties of single neurons. Several techniques such as intracellular recording, patch-clamp, and voltage-clamp technique, pharmacology, confocal imaging, molecular biology, two photon laser scanning microscopy and Ca2+ imaging have been used to study activity at the cellular level. Cellular neuroscience examines the various types of neurons, the functions of different neurons, the influence of neurons upon each other, how neurons work together.
- Track 12-1Cytoskeleton-dependent regulation of neuronal network formation
- Track 12-2Cell Adhesion Molecules in Neural Development and Disease
- Track 12-3Protein clearance in neurodegenerative diseases
- Track 12-4Mitochondrial function and dysfunction in neurodegeneration
- Track 12-5Membrane trafficking and cytoskeletal dynamics in neuronal function
Nero Ophthalmology is a specialty that concentrates on the neurological disorders related to the eye. Like we all know, the human eye captures the visuals it sees and transmits to the brain to be resolved as images. It is the optic nerve that transmits these visual stimuli and a dysfunction of this entity might cause visual impairment and could even lead to irreparable damage.
- Track 13-1Patients with visual loss related to the nervous system
- Track 13-2Patients with eye movement disorders
- Track 13-3Patients with unexplained visual loss
- Track 13-4Pupil Disorders
- Track 13-5Eyelid and facial disorders relating to the nervous system
Neuropharmacology discusses the drug-induced changes in functioning of the nervous system. The specific focus on this will be to provide a description of the molecular and cellular actions of drugs on synaptic transmission. Refer to specific diseases of the nervous system and their treatment in addition to giving an overview of the techniques used for the study of neuropharmacology.
- Track 14-1Neuroanesthesia
- Track 14-2Clinical neuropharmacology
- Track 14-3Neurochemical transmission
- Track 14-4Neuropharmacotherapy and pharmacotherapeutics
Pediatric neurology (also known as child neurology) is the branch of neurology that specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and management of neurological conditions in from newborns to adolescence. Pediatric neurologists put special emphasis on diseases and disorders of the spinal cord, brain, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system and muscles and blood vessels.
- Track 15-1Neurological developmental problems during childhood
- Track 15-2Childhood epilepsy
- Track 15-3Congenital birth defects affecting the brain and spinal cord such as spina bifida
- Track 15-4Autism spectrum disorders
- Track 15-5Abnormal mental development, speech disabilities and learning disabilities
- Track 15-6Progressive neuromuscular conditions such as muscular dystrophy
Clinical and surgical examination which deals with the neurological treatment of specific disorders related to brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system is termed as neurosurgery. Emergencies like intracranial haemorrhage and neuro trauma are basically involved in most of the neurosurgery. Intracerebral haemorrhage being the main cause of morbidity and mortality, results in affecting between 37 000 and 52 400 patients annually in the United States. By the year 2020, Global Interventional Neurology Market is expected to reach $2,370.4 Million, expected to have a CAGR of 8.4% from 2015 to 2020. Recent advances in surgical technology have meant that the focus of treatment for spinal conditions has progressed towards preservation of normal spinal motion and sparing of structures adjacent to problem areas. Some of the crucial types of neurosurgery includes vascular neurosurgery and endovascular neurosurgery, stereotactic neurosurgery, functional neurosurgery, and epilepsy surgery, brain tumour, oncological neurosurgery, skull base surgery, spinal neurosurgery, peripheral nerve surgery.
- Track 16-1Clinical study on microsurgical treatment for brain tumour
- Track 16-23D printing and neurosurgery
- Track 16-3Endovascular neurosurgery
- Track 16-4Pediatric neurosurgery
- Track 16-5Spine surgery
- Track 16-6Ventricular shunt
Neurotrauma is a vital public health problem that deserves the attention of the world's health network. Estimates of brain and spinal cord damage incidence imply that those injuries purpose extensive losses to individuals, families, and groups. They bring about a huge number of deaths and impairments leading to everlasting disabilities. Research has also proven that traumatic brain injury (TBI) generally requires long-term care and consequently incurs financial value to health systems. Because of this, many countries need to expand surveillance structures and conduct epidemiologic research to measure the effect of neurotrauma among their people to guide the development of more powerful preventive techniques. Some of methods have already proven effective.
- Track 17-1Pediatric acquired brain injury
- Track 17-2Axonotmesis
- Track 17-3Gourmand syndrome
- Track 17-4Brachial plexus injury
- Track 17-5Cerebral contusion
- Track 17-6Traumatic brain injury modeling
Computational neuroscience is the study of brain characteristic in terms of the facts processing properties of the systems that make up the nervous system. It is an interdisciplinary technology that links the various fields of neuroscience, cognitive science and psychology with electrical engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics. Computational neuroscience is wonderful from psychological connectionism and machine learning in that it emphasizes descriptions of functional and biologically sensible neurons (and neural structures) and their physiology and dynamics. Those models seize the essential capabilities of the biological system at multiple spatial-temporal scales, from membrane currents, protein and chemical coupling to network oscillations, columnar and topographic structure and gaining knowledge of and memory. Those computational models are used to frame hypotheses that can be directly examined by modern-day or future biological and/or psychological experiments.
- Track 18-1Single-neuron modeling
- Track 18-2Development, axonal patterning, and guidance
- Track 18-3Sensory processing
- Track 18-4Memory and synaptic plasticity
- Track 18-5Computational clinical neuroscience
Neuroendocrinology, the field concerned with how the nervous system controls hormonal secretion and the way hormones manage the brain, is pivotal to physiology and medicine. Neuroendocrinology has disclosed and underpins essential physiological, molecular biological and genetic concepts which include the regulation of gene transcription and translation, the mechanisms of chemical neurotransmission and intracellular and systemic feedback control systems. Reproduction, growth, stress, aggression, metabolism, birth, feeding and drinking and blood pressure are some of the physical functions that are induced and/or controlled via neuroendocrine systems. In turn, neuroendocrine disorder because of genetic or other deficits can lead, for instance, to infertility, impotence, precocious or delayed puberty, defective or excessive growth, obesity and anorexia, Cushing's Syndrome, high blood pressure or thyroid problems.
- Track 19-1Development of neuroendocrine systems governing energy homeostasis
- Track 19-2The psychoneuroimmunology of pregnancy
- Track 19-3Vasopressin and oxytocin receptor systems in the brain
- Track 19-4Estrogens, inflammation and cognition
Exploration into medicines for health issues of the CNS made great walks in the previous number of decades, yet helpful alternatives are constrained for some patients with CNS disorder. Nanotechnology has risen as an animation and promising new methods for treating neurological disorder, with the opportunity to on a very basic level replace the way we approach CNS-focused on therapeutics. When all is said in done, atoms that infiltrate the blood-brain boundary is lipophilic and under 500 Da in proportions. These novel properties minimize the quantity of potential restorative devices ready to get to the brain. Turn look into in the region of Risotto biotechnology has afflicted inductive devices and medication conveyance by creating atoms that are littler than 75 in proportions and offered with unique properties. These types of Nano measured particles have a powerful part in therapeutics for mind concern, particularly in overcoming and inspiring upgraded treatment alternative.
- Track 20-1Acute Reperfusion Therapy
- Track 20-2Chemotherapy
- Track 20-3Epilepsy treatment
- Track 20-4NeuroAIDS treatments
- Track 20-5Cognitive disorder treatments
- Track 20-6Multiple sclerosis treatments