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.
Neurology handles the diagnosis and identification of all classifications of diseases and illness including, for example, the fringe and focal sensory system including its coverings, veins and all effector tissue. With certain divisional measures such as Lumbar puncture, Tensilon test, Electroencephalogram are used to diagnose neurological disorders, Neurological procedures could be described. Advances in neuroimaging technologies, such as MRI and functional MRI, have previously given scientists unimaginable access to how the brain operates.
- Track 1-1Genetics Involved in Neurology
- Track 1-2Clinical Practice
- Track 1-3Behavioural Neurology
- Track 1-4Vascular Neurology
- Track 1-5Neurological Procedures
- Track 1-6Signalling Mechanisms of Brain
Neuroscientists are focused on the brain and how it influences actions and cognitive functions, or how people think. Neuroscientist investigate what happens to the nervous system when neurological, psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders are present in people. In a broad range of fields, from neuroanatomy to neuropsychology, a neuroscientist can specialise. Research in this area will improve our understanding of both the brain and body, how they function, and the health issues that affect them.
- Track 2-1Cell-Cell Signaling
- Track 2-2Branches of Modern Neuroscience
- Track 2-3Clinical Neuroscience
- Track 2-4Developmental Neuroscience
- Track 2-5Neuroinformatics
- Track 2-6Cognitive Aging Memory Retrieval Mechanism
Neuroimmunology is the combination of the neuroscience and immunology studies. A common technique applied to the discovery of novel immune populations in humans and rodents is mass cytometry, or CyTOF (cytometry by time-of-flight). It uses metal-conjugated antibodies to allow for a high-dimensional description at single-cell level of tens of markers, thus providing a bird's-eye view of the immune system. Neuroinflammation is a complex brain injury response involving glia activation, release of inflammatory mediators, such as cytokines and chemokines, and reactive oxygen and nitrogen species production. Inflammatory reactions in the brain are also linked to increased levels of prostaglandins (PGs), especially PGE2. PGE2 signaling is mediated by interactions with four distinct G-protein-coupled receptors, EP1, EP2, EP3, and EP4, which are expressed differently across the central nervous system on neuronal and glial cells. Often present in aged brain are elevated PGE2 and inflammatory mediators.
- Track 3-1Neuro Immuno Genetics
- Track 3-2Auto Immune Neuropathies
- Track 3-3Biomarkers
- Track 3-4Types of Neurological Infections
- Track 3-5Role of Infections and inflammation in Neuroimmune Disorders
Neurophysiology is a medical specialty that studies the central and peripheral frightened systems through the recording of bioelectrical pastime, whether or not spontaneous or stimulated. It encompasses both researches regarding the pathophysiology alongside medical strategies used to diagnose sicknesses involving both principal and peripheral anxious structures. Examinations within the clinical neurophysiology field are not confined to tests performed in a laboratory. It is thought of as an extension of a neurologic session. Tests that are performed are concerned with measuring the electrical features of the brain, spinal wire, and nerves in the limbs and muscle mass. It can give the proper definition of site, the kind and diploma of the lesion, in conjunction with revealing the abnormalities which might be in query. Due to these skills, clinical neurophysiology is used to especially assist diagnose diseases instead of deal with them
- 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
Any body nervous system dysfunction exists is called Neurological Disorders. The symptoms of brain, spinal cord, or other nerves such as structural, biochemical, or electrical abnormalities can sometimes lead. Symptoms of neurological disorder can include loss of sensation, poor coordination, muscle weakness, paralysis, confusion, discomfort, and altered states of consciousness. The neurological disorder can cause biochemical modifications, and sometimes physical injury to the brain, spinal cord, or nerves. But in some cases, the root cause can not be determined by only seeing effects.
- Track 5-1Neurotrauma
- Track 5-2Brain Injury and Rehabilitation
- Track 5-3Neuromuscular Disorders
- Track 5-4Dementia
- Track 5-5Parkinson's Disease
- Track 5-6Alzheimer's Disease
- Track 5-7Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
Neurogenetics – the genetics of brain disorders might also serve as a foundation for earlier, molecular diagnosis, fundamental neuroscience and destiny drug development. This Frontiers segment focuses on research that capitalizes on human genetics to remedy neurologic problems. Ideally, submissions may have a translational bias and will marry elements of medical neurology, neuropathology, neurogenetics, molecular neuroscience, and neuropharmacology.
- Track 6-1Clinical Aspects of Neurometabolic Disorders
- Track 6-2Biochemical Genetics
- Track 6-3Gene Mutation and Disease
- Track 6-4Neural Engineering
- Track 6-5Genetic Engineering and Gene Sequencing
- Track 6-6Emerging Treatment of Neurometabolic Disorders
- Track 6-7Cancer Neurogenetics
Under these categories are studied the induced pluripotent stem cells and disease models with neural differentiation of pluripotent stem cells. The two principal sources from which the stem cell originates are embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells. Embryonic stem cells are produced during the embryological developmental blastocyst process. Stem cell control, and CNS stem cell differentiation originating from embryonic stages. Under Neuroimmunomodulation, roles of the immunological and nervous system along with autoimmune diseases are briefly studied.
- Track 7-1Next Generation Biobanking
- Track 7-2Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation
- Track 7-3Stem cell Biomarkers
- Track 7-4Stem Cell Based Disease Modelling & Drug Discovery
- Track 7-5Cell & Organ Regeneration
- Track 7-6Stem Cell Niche, Signalling
From its original focus on pituitary hormone secretion control by the hypothalamus, the field of neuroendocrinology has expanded to encompass multiple reciprocal interactions between the central nervous system (CNS) and endocrine systems in control of homeostasis and physiological responses to environmental stimuli. Although many of these concepts are relatively recent, it was recognized more than a century ago that the hypothalamus and pituitary gland were intimately interactive.
- Track 8-1Theory of activation
- Track 8-2Theory of aging
- Track 8-3Mucosal immune responses
- Track 8-4Cerebrovascular Surgery
In PD, neurochirurgy, especially deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus, is increasingly being used as a treatment option. Unfortunately, as most of these treatments mainly improve drug-induced dyskinesia or improve "down" time in patients with motor disturbances, neither of which is a common situation in patients with late-onset disease, it is doubtful that older patients will be suitable for neurochirurgical therapies. Furthermore, cognitive impairment, which is the main contraindication to neurosurgery, is already commonly present in older patients. Deep brain stimulation often needs continuing significant dedication from both the patient and neurochirurgical teams. In addition, even in older patients with a good initial response, progression of the disease can result in any gain from short-lived neurosurgery.
- Track 9-1Spinal Neurosurgery
- Track 9-2Paediatric Neurosurgery
- Track 9-3Vascular Neurosurgery
- Track 9-4Functional Neurosurgery
- Track 9-5Radiosurgery
- Track 9-6Peripheral Nerve Surgery
Neuro-oncology is a subspecialty concerned with the care of both primary and metastatic brain tumors, cancer- and treatment-related spinal cord disorders, nervous-affecting paraneoplastic disorders, as well as central and peripheral nervous system problems related to cancer treatment. The syndromes most frequently affect the CNS and are either mechanistically classified as cytotoxic Tâ€cell-mediated (partly characterized by cytoplasmic or nuclear antigens and characteristic oncofetal proteins contained in blood and CSF) or antibody-mediated disorders.
- Track 10-1Selection of Tumor Model
- Track 10-2Neoplastic Meningitis
- Track 10-3Peptide-Specific Vaccines
- Track 10-4Glial Neoplasms
- Track 10-5New Approaches to Therapy of Gliomas
Neuropathology is the take a look at of ailment of nervous system tissue, commonly within the form of either small surgical biopsies or whole-body autopsies. Neuropathology additionally relates to forensic pathology due to the fact mind disorder or brain injury may be related to cause of death. Neuropathology should not be harassed with neuropathy, which refers to problems of the nerves themselves (normally inside the peripheral nervous system) instead of the tissues. In neuropathology, the branches of the specializations of nervous device in addition to the tissues come collectively into one discipline of have a look at.
- Track 11-1Multiple Sclerosis Pathology
- Track 11-2Neuropathology of Epilepsy
- Track 11-3Biopsy Pathology of Neurodegenerative Disorders in Adults
- Track 11-4Pathogenesis and Clinical Trials
- Track 11-5Developmental Neuropathology
- Track 11-6Deciphering Tau Neuropathology
Neuropharmacology is the study of how capsules affect cellular function inside the anxious system, and the neural mechanisms thru which they affect behaviour. There are two important branches of neuropharmacology: behavioural and molecular. Behavioural neuropharmacology focuses on the have a look at of ways capsules have an effect on human behaviour (neuropsychopharmacology), inclusive of the examine of how drug dependence and addiction have an effect on the human brain.
- Track 12-1Molecular Neuropharmocology
- Track 12-2Clinical Pharmacology
- Track 12-3Behavioural and Addiction Neuropharmacology
- Track 12-4Immunopharmacology and Psychopharmacology
- Track 12-5Future Aspects of Neuropharmacology
The neural and organic bases of behaviour, including results of lesions and electric stimulation, recording of electrical activity, genetic factors, hormonal influences, neurotransmitter and chemical factors, neuroanatomical substrates, outcomes of drugs, developmental processes, and environmental factors. In short, behavioural neuroscience is that component of the broad, interdisciplinary field of neuroscience concerned with the biological bases of behaviour. On the alternative hand, the field of cognitive neuroscience is that aspect of the field of neuroscience involved with the more complex phenomena of thoughts and brain, mainly for the human animal. Substantive subjects blanketed in behavioural neuroscience include, broadly, studying and memory, motivation and emotion, sensory processes, and most recently, genetic and molecular organic substrates of behaviour
- Track 13-1Types of Neuropsychiatric Disorder
- Track 13-2Addiction and Cognitive Neuroscience
- Track 13-3Psychosomatic Disorders
- Track 13-4Treatment for Neuropsychiatric Disorder
Pediatric neurology includes a very large number of conditions that show symptoms and signs in several functional domains resulting from damage and impairment to the nervous system in development. The diagnostic process includes ensuring that data are obtained from all relevant sources, including those which are not affected. The subsequent study includes fitting these data into patterns of classical natural history and thorough investigation of aspects which do not seem to match.
- Track 14-1Neonatal Neurology
- Track 14-2Brain Malformations
- Track 14-3Pediatric Sleep Disorders
- Track 14-4Pediatric Neuromuscular Disorders
- Track 14-5Neurological Complications of other Pediatric Diseases
Scientists and doctors have used a range of diagnostic and chemical methods to identify a neurological disease. Most medical methods, including medications (topical, oral, and intravenous), device-based treatments (such as profound brain stimulation), surgery (such as tumor removal processes), physical therapy, and recovery, display promising results for successful neurological disease care following diagnosis. 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 the best platform to increase extra profound experiences in approved clinical trial procedures and to break through the Stroke and Neurology difficulties and glimpse the new preclinical and clinical trials.
- Track 15-1Stem Cells and Treatment
- Track 15-2Nerve Injury and Repair
- Track 15-3Clinical Case Reports
- Track 15-4Cell and Gene-Based Approach
- Track 15-5Neurotransmitter Release and Cell Repair
- Track 15-6Biomarkers
- Track 15-7Neurophysiotherapy