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.
Neuropathology is the study of the nervous system affected with diseases. Neuropathy is disorder of the nerves itself. The neuropathologist work on the examining of the biopsies from Brain and spinal cord so, as to diagnose the diseases.
- Track 1-1Neuropathological disease
- Track 1-2Neuropathological assessment of Parkinson Disease
- Track 1-3Neuropathology of Dementia Disorders
- Track 1-4Vasculitis
- Track 1-5Amyloidosis
Neuropsychiatric disorders are the mental disorders of the central nervous system. Neuropsychiatric diseases include Depression, Mood disorders, Sleep Disorders, Schizophrenia. Neuropsychiatric patients require intensive care for their treatment.
- Track 2-1Sleep disorders
- Track 2-2Mood disorders
- Track 2-3Development of child with psychiatric disorders
- Track 2-4Psychosis
- Track 2-5Degenerative disorders
Neurochemistry is the study of Neurochemicals ( neurotransmitters, neuropeptides) that have a direct impact on the functioning of the neuron. It also include the different chemical processes that occur in the brain.
- Track 3-1Neurochemicals
- Track 3-2Psychopharmaceuticals
- Track 3-3Synaptic plasticity
- Track 3-4Chemical processes occurring in brain
- Track 3-5Neuroprotection
Pediatric Neurology is the study of Neurological disorders in children. Some of the neurological disorders of children includes, Rett Syndrome, Muscular dystrophy, Congenital myopathies and pediatric sleep disorders.
- Track 4-1Pediatric Neurological disorders
- Track 4-2Therapies for Child Neurological Disorders
- Track 4-3Rett Syndrome
- Track 4-4Muscular dystrophy
Clinical Neuroscience is a branch of Neuroscience that deals with the mechanisms underlying the diseases and disorders of central nervous system. It also involves the diagnosis and treatment methods for the existing neurological implications in patients. Thus research is going on to develop novel methods for the treatment of these disorders.
- Track 5-1Huntington Disease
- Track 5-2Autism
- Track 5-3Bipolar disease
- Track 5-4Down Syndrome
Psychiatric Nurse is a nurse, who has specialized in the mental health and can take care of person of all ages which face a problem of mental illness.
- Track 6-1Psychiatric Medication
- Track 6-2Care of patients suffering with mental illness
- Track 6-3Organization of mental health care
- Track 6-4Psychiatric Nursing
- Track 6-5Healthcare nursing
Stem cell is an undifferentiated cell that is capable to give rise to a new cell. Research has shown that these cells are capable in the treatment of Neurological Disorders such as Parkinson, Alzheimer disease, Battens disease and many other neurological disorders. They can also be used for Spinal cord injury.
- Track 7-1Spinal cord injury
- Track 7-2Amyotrophic lateral Sclerosis
- Track 7-3Stem cell approach for Inflammatory diseases
- Track 7-4Cerebral Palsy
Stroke is a disorder that occurs, when the flow of blood supply to the brain is blocked, or a particular blood vessel ruptures, thus leading the brain tissue to its death. Strokes are of various types such as, Ischemic Strokes, Hemorrhagic Strokes and Transient strokes.
- Track 8-1Muscle Weakness
- Track 8-2Cell death
- Track 8-3Ischemic Stroke
- Track 8-4Speech problems
- Track 8-5Medical diagnosis
- Track 8-6Hemorrhagic stroke
Neuro cardiology is the study of Interaction between heart and brain. It generally deals with the effect of stress on the heart. The cardiovascular system is under the regulation of the nervous system. An appropriate balance in the hormone levels, kind of life style, environmental conditions play a very important role in maintaining a good relation between heart and brain.
- Track 9-1Stress
- Track 9-2Brain Injury
- Track 9-3Interactions between heart and brain
- Track 9-4Cardiovascular diseases
- Track 9-5Heart failure
- Track 9-6Hypertension
- Track 9-7Therapeutic approach for treatment
Neuro- ophthalmology is the study of visual system disorders that further arises due to some neurological disorders. The visual system disorders include, eye movements control, pupillary reflexes.
- Track 10-1Visual System disorders
- Track 10-2Optic Neuropathy
- Track 10-3Seizures of eye
- Track 10-4Optic Neuritis
- Track 10-5Eye muscle surgery
Neurogenetics is the study of role of genetics for the proper development and functioning of the nervous system. The knowledge of gene loci show a good linkage of neurological disorders including Alzheimer and Parkinson disease. The major animal that has been studied for neurogenetics include Drosophila, Zebrafish.
- Track 11-1Gene Sequencing for Neurological disorders
- Track 11-2Model organisms in Neurogenetics
- Track 11-3Behavioral Neurogenetics
- Track 11-4Neurogenesis
- Track 11-5Neural Development
Neuroanatomy involves the study of anatomy and organization of the central nervous system. The nervous system composes, Neurons, Glial cells and extracellular matrix.
- Track 12-1Organization of Nervous System
- Track 12-2Model system for study of brain
- Track 12-3Computational Neuroanatomy
Neuromuscular diseases are those diseases which lead to impairment of muscles and directly affect their functioning. Various Neuromuscular diseases include movement disorders, muscle disorders, Myasthenia gravis etc. Symptoms of Neuromuscular diseases include, muscle pain, numbness, double vision, breathing problems, movement problems etc.
- Track 13-1Paralysis
- Track 13-2Spinal muscular atrophies
- Track 13-3Diagnosis of Neuromuscular diseases
- Track 13-4Myasthenia Gravis
Neuropharmacology is the study of drugs that are specifically used for the treatment of various neurological disorders, like Huntington disease, Alzheimer, Parkinson disease, Multiple Sclerosis etc. These drugs directly help in the cure for the neurological disorders. Research is going on for the treatment of the neuropathic pain.
- Track 14-1Study of drugs for neurological disorders
- Track 14-2Effect of drugs for neurological disorders
- Track 14-3Current research in neuropharmacology
- Track 14-4Pharmacokinetic studies
- Track 14-5Pharmacodynamic studies
- Track 14-6Clinical Neuropharmacology
Brain stem is the one that connects the brain with the spinal cord. Central nervous system is comprised of both Brain and Spinal cord. Brain has 3 major parts, that include cerebrum, cerebellum and the brain stem. Brain is protected by the skull and the three layers of membranes known as meninges.
- Track 15-1Nervous tissue
- Track 15-2Spinal cord structure
- Track 15-3Spinal cord function
- Track 15-4Relation between brain and spinal cord
- Track 15-5Treatment of spinal cord related diseases
- Track 15-6Human Brain Function
Human brain is the main organ of the of the Human Nervous System. Human brain controls the movement of the body. It also has many different functions such as, controlling the action of muscles, controlling movement of eyes, mouth and face as well. The part of brain is involved in processing of sensory information such as vision, smell, hearing and taste.
- Track 16-1Anatomy of human brain
- Track 16-2Histology of human brain
- Track 16-3Physiology of Brain
- Track 16-4Brain Exercises
Parkinson Disease is a neurodegenerative disorder, that leads to deterioration of the motor neuron functions. This loss in function generally occurs due to loss of production of neurotransmitter known as dopamine from the brain cells. The symptoms include, shaking, slowness of the movement, walking difficulty, behavioral changes. Dementia occurs at the later stage of the disease.
- Track 17-1Treatment for Parkinson Disease
- Track 17-2Diagnosis for Parkinson Disease
- Track 17-3Brain Cell Death
- Track 17-4Animal models used for Parkinson Disease
Alzheimer disease is the neurological disorder which leads to neurodegeneration of nerves. The major symptom that is involved in the Alzheimer includes short-term memory loss. As the disease enters into the later stages of Alzheimer, the patient starts facing problem with language, disorientation, behavioral changes and loss of motivation.
- Track 18-1Memory Loss
- Track 18-2Dementia
- Track 18-3Stages of Alzheimer Disease
- Track 18-4Signs and symptoms of Alzheimer disease
- Track 18-5Behavior Changes
Neurology can be defined as the study of nervous system as well as diseases related with the central nervous system including brain and spinal cord. The Central Nervous System controls the coordination activities of the body. Neurology also includes treatment and diagnosis of the diseases caused to the nervous system. Vascular neurology is the one that deals with the evaluation and treatment of diseases that directly affect the structure of the blood vessels supplying the brain and thus directly affecting the function as well.
- Track 19-1General Neurology
- Track 19-2Central Nervous System
- Track 19-3Vascular Neurology
- Track 19-4Cerebrovascular Diseases
- Track 19-5Sports Neurology
- Track 19-6Neuro Medicines
Neuro immunobiology is the field that combines both neurology as well as immunology. It contributes in the development of new pharmacological treatments for various neurological conditions or disorders related to health. There are various neuro immunological diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Neuromyelitis optica, Transverse myelitis, out of which Multiple Sclerosis is the most common and causes inflammation of the CNS.
- Track 20-1Neuroimmune System
- Track 20-2Neuro - endocrine Networks
- Track 20-3Neuro Immunological Disorders
- Track 20-4Multiple Sclerosis
- Track 20-5Neuro-immune Interactions
- Track 20-6Psychoneuroimmunology
Neurological disorders are the type of disorders that are caused due to improper functioning of brain and spinal cord and the connecting nerves. Neurological disorders are generally the brain diseases. Some common neurological disorders include Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Stroke, epilepsy and head trauma. Neonatal neurology deals with treatment of newly born infants with brain defects. Thus, the treatment shows to be protective for the infants.
- Track 21-1Epidemiology of Neurological Disorders
- Track 21-2Parkinson disease
- Track 21-3Epilepsy
- Track 21-4Amnesia
- Track 21-5Alzheimer disease
- Track 21-6Neuropathy
- Track 21-7Neonatal Neurology
- Track 21-8Neonatal Encephalopathy
- Track 21-9Brain Injury
- Track 21-10Neuromuscular Diseases
Cognitive Neuroscience deals with the study of various biological processes and the underlying aspects of which include cognition, specifically focusing the neural networks in the brain which are involved in the various mental processes. Cognitive disorders greatly affect the learning, problem solving, perception and memory of a person. Dementia which is described as a mental ability disorder involves gradual loss in thinking ability and remembering ability.
- Track 22-1Dementia
- Track 22-2Frontotemporal Dementia
- Track 22-3Lewy body Dementia
- Track 22-4Vascular Dementia
- Track 22-5Neuropsychology
- Track 22-6Cognitive Disorders
- Track 22-7Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy
- Track 22-8Behavioral Neurology
Neuro Oncology involves the study of brain and spinal cord impairment which may include life threatening and dangerous tumors, specially of brain. Cancer spreads the nervous system by metastasis or can directly invade the nervous system. The commonly used treatments for brain tumors include radiotherapy, chemotherapy and neurosurgical interventions. Brain metastasis is of greater challenge for the researchers dealing in this field.
- Track 23-1Tumors of the Central Nervous System
- Track 23-2Brain Metastasis
- Track 23-3Skull Metastasis
- Track 23-4Treatments involved in Brain Tumors
- Track 23-5Radiation Oncology
- Track 23-6Advancements in Neuro Oncology
- Track 23-7Extrapyramidal diseases
Neurological infections are those infections in which the nervous system gets infected. Neurological infection may include infections caused due to viruses such as Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease which is a fatal neurodegenerative disease. Chronic meningitis that describes the inflammation in the meninges which are the membranes of brain and the spinal cord. Chronic meningitis is the one where inflammation persists for more than 4 weeks.
- Track 24-1Neurosarcoidosis
- Track 24-2Viral Neurological Disorders
- Track 24-3Inflammatory Diseases caused by Neurological Infections
- Track 24-4Chronic Meningitis
- Track 24-5Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease
- Track 24-6Herpes Simplex Encephalitis
Neurological surgery is a type of surgery involving operative or non-operative kind of surgery to rehabilitate the functions related to the central nervous system involving brain and spinal cord. Non-operative surgery includes prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation. The need of neurological surgery is for the pain that may occur in brain due to some neurological disorder or some pathological process that may have resulted in different functioning of the central nervous system. Pediatric neurosurgery deals in treating the children’s nervous system problem such as head and spine deformations.
- Track 25-1Spinal Neurosurgery
- Track 25-2Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- Track 25-3Pediatric Neurosurgery
- Track 25-4Epilepsy Surgery
- Track 25-5Brain Neurosurgery
- Track 25-6Advancements in Neurological Surgeries by Operations
Neurophysiology is the study of the functioning of the central nervous system which further leads to proper functioning of the body. It general involves investigating the functions related with the central and the peripheral nervous system. Neurophysiology also plays an important role towards monitoring those people who have brain defective disorders such as meningitis, strokes or for those persons who are suffering from dementia.
- Track 26-1Clinical Neurophysiology
- Track 26-2Electrophysiology
- Track 26-3Neuroanatomy
- Track 26-4Electrophysiological Recordings
- Track 26-5Role of Mathematical Biology in Neurophysiology
- Track 26-6Medical Aspects involved in Neurophysiology
Neuroimaging involves the various techniques involved in imaging of the brain and thus helping us to know the structure function relationship of the brain. Functional imaging is also used for the diagnosis of the various metabolic diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and can be used for the cognitive physiology and neurological physiology. CT(Computed tomography) scanning is a type of neuroimaging technique that use x-rays for imaging the brain from various angles. Techniques are emerging in the field of neuroimaging for getting the technique better every time.
- Track 27-1Advancements in Brain Imaging Techniques
- Track 27-2Neuroradiology
- Track 27-3Use of Neuroimaging in various Diseases
- Track 27-4Brain Monitoring
- Track 27-5Implant Technologies
Neurodevelopment therapy is a type of therapy that includes a holistic and individualized method (involving various therapies like speech therapy and physical therapy) based on rehabilitation of a person with neurological disorder. Neurodevelopment therapy is the best way to understand an individual brain injury and the movement patterns of patient thus helping in treatment of the disease that restrict movement or limit movement.
- Track 28-1Effects of Neurodevelopment Treatment on Individual
- Track 28-2Effectiveness of Neurodevelopment therapy for various Neurological Disorders
- Track 28-3Neurodevelopment Therapy for Rehabilitation
- Track 28-4Neurodevelopment Treatment for Children
- Track 28-5Future Aspects for Neurodevelopment Therapy
Neurotransmission is kind of signal transmission that involves neurotransmitters that are released by neuron, such as glutamate, aspartate, nitric oxide and dopamine which, further bind to a target receptor present on another neuron. The neuron is involved in the transmission of information. Neurotransmitters can either lead to excitation or inhibition of neurons. Some of the excitatory neurotransmitters are norepinephrine and acetylcholine. Whereas inhibitory neurotransmitters include gamma aminobutyric acid, dopamine and serotonin.
- Track 29-1Chemical Neurotransmitters
- Track 29-2Neurotransmission Receptors
- Track 29-3Dopamine
- Track 29-4Disorders related with Defective Neurotransmission
- Track 29-5Neuropeptides
- Track 29-6Interaction of various Neuromedicines with specific Receptors
Neurotoxicology is the study that deals with toxicity of the central nervous system and hence affecting the brain and destructs the nerve tissue. Toxic substances, such as tetrodotoxin, conotoxin, chlorotoxin, causes neurotoxicity thus directly affecting the brain and related functions. Neurotoxicity can also occur due to drug therapies, organ transplant or exposures to heavy metal.
- Track 30-1Neurotoxins
- Track 30-2Neurotoxicity
- Track 30-3Drugs causing Neurotoxicity
- Track 30-4In vitro Neurotoxicity Testing
- Track 30-5Endogenous Neurotoxic substances causing Neurotoxicity