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7th International Conference on Brain Disorders and Therapeutics, will be organized around the theme “Discovering methods to combat against brain complications”

Brain Disorders 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Brain Disorders 2019

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Brain cancers occur when one type of cell transforms from its general characteristics. Once it gets transformed, the cells grow and multiply in abnormal ways forming a cancerous growth of cell mass. The early symptoms includes severe headaches and drowsiness early in the morning, sudden convulsions with involuntary movements of a person's muscles, personality or memory changes, fatigue, nausea or vomiting and sleep problems.

The exact causes for most brain cancer are unknown. Still genetic factors, strong dose of radiation to the head, environmental toxins and consumption of tobacco all of these have been linked to brain cancer.

  • Track 1-1Pituitary adenomas
  • Track 1-2Primitive neuroectodermal tumors
  • Track 1-3Glioblastomas
  • Track 1-4Vestibular schwannomas
  • Track 1-5Ependymomas
  • Track 1-6Astrocytomas
  • Track 1-7Meningiomas
  • Track 1-8Oligodendrogliomas
  • Track 1-9Metastatic brain cancer

Neurological disorders are medically defined as disorders that affect the brain as well as the nerves found throughout the human body and the spinal cord. These are undoubtedly the most frightening illnesses that human beings face.  There are more than 600 recognized neurological disorders, some relatively common, but many are rare like frontotemporal dementia. Neurological disorders are caused due to structural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities in the brain, spinal cord or other nerves which contribute to many symptoms.

 

  • Track 2-1Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)
  • Track 2-2Craniofacial abnormalities
  • Track 2-3Developmental disorder
  • Track 2-4Sleep disorders and Narcolepsy
  • Track 2-5Hemiplegic migraine
  • Track 2-6Dementias
  • Track 2-7Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
  • Track 2-8Huntington’s disease
  • Track 2-9Parkinson’s and other movement disorders
  • Track 2-10Autism Spectrum Disorders and Schizophrenia

Neuro-immunology is a field of science which combines neuroscience, the study of the nervous system, and immunology, the study of the immune system together. “Despite the brain's status as an immune privileged site, an extensive bi-directional communication takes place between the nervous and the immune system in both health and disease.”- US National Institute of Health. The goal of this season is to know more about Neuro-immunology and understanding the pathology of certain neurological diseases and for further developments in this research area.

 

  • Track 3-1Neuro-immune interaction
  • Track 3-2Neuro-virology
  • Track 3-3DNA methylation inhibitors, HDAC inhibitors, and RNA-based approaches
  • Track 3-4Vagus nerve stimulation
  • Track 3-5Neuropharmacology and Therapeutics
  • Track 3-6Neuro-linguistics and Neuro-heuristics
  • Track 3-7Microglia and Neuro-inflammation
  • Track 3-8Neuro-peptides and Neuro-hormones
  • Track 3-9Encephalitis

In humans, the time span of term birth to ∼2 years of age is characterized by rapid and dynamic brain development and plays an important role in cognitive development and risk of disorders. Development in imaging studies have begun to indicate the growth trajectories of brain structure and function in the first years after birth and their relationship to cognition and risk of neuropsychiatric disorders. The structural connectivity describes anatomical connections linking a set of neural elements whereas functional connectivity is generally derived from time series observations, and describes patterns of statistical dependence among neural elements.

 

  • Track 4-1Structural brain
  • Track 4-2Cerebrum, Cerebellum & brain stem
  • Track 4-3Structural Neuroimaging
  • Track 4-4Functional Neuroimaging
  • Track 4-5Neurogenesis of brain development

The brain stem connects the brain with the spinal cord. It controls hunger and thirst and some of the most basic body functions, such as body temperature, blood pressure, and breathing. Together, the brain and spinal cord are known as the central nervous system (CNS). The brain is the command center for your body, and the spinal cord is the pathway for messages sent by the brain to the body and from the body to the brain. Meninges are membranes that cover and protect the brain and spinal cord. There are three layers of meningesDura mater (closest to the bone), Arachnoid loosely around the brain, Pia mater is closely attached to the brain and spinal cord surface. Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) cushions the brain and spinal cord.

 

  • Track 5-1Spine Tumors, Infection and Inflammation
  • Track 5-2Spine Surgery
  • Track 5-3Spinal cord injury and regeneration
  • Track 5-4Osteoporosis and Osteoporotic Spinal Fractures
  • Track 5-5Spastic paralysis
  • Track 5-6Advanced Brain and Spine Treatment
  • Track 5-7Degenerative Spine Diseases

Psychiatry includes trained medical doctors who prescribe medications, and they spend much of their time with patients on medication management as a course of treatment. Psychology focuses extensively on psychotherapy and treating emotional and mental suffering in patients with behavioral intervention. Nowadays genetics has been one of the key driving forces in psychiatric research.

 

  • Track 6-1Psychiatric disorders and treatment
  • Track 6-2Forensic Psychiatry
  • Track 6-3Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 6-4Sexual psychiatric disorder
  • Track 6-5Maternal mental health
  • Track 6-6Neuropsychoimmunology
  • Track 6-7Neuropsychopharmacology
  • Track 6-8Neuropsychiatry
  • Track 6-9Cellular Neurobiology
  • Track 6-10Psychotherapy
  • Track 6-11Behavioral Psychology
  • Track 6-12Mood disorder

Psychosomatic medicine integrates interdisciplinary evaluation and management in medical field exploring the relationships among social, psychological, and behavioral factors on bodily processes and quality of life in humans and animals. A Psychosomatic Medicine is a subspecialty of psychiatry which is mainly used in diagnosis and treatment of psychiatry disorders and also symptoms in chronic medically suffering ill patients. Clinical conditions where mental methods act as major reason affecting medical outcomes are areas where psychosomatic medicine has competence.

 

  • Track 7-1Psychosomatic medicine
  • Track 7-2Psychodynamic medicine
  • Track 7-3Psychosomatic disorders
  • Track 7-4Psychosomatic disorders in pediatrics
  • Track 7-5Psychosomatic treatment
  • Track 7-6Somatic syndrome disorder

Pathophysiology is defined as the convergence of pathology with physiology. Pathology describes conditions typically observed during a disease state, whereas physiology is the biological discipline that describes processes or mechanisms operating within an organism. Modern day pathophysiology means the functional changes associated with or resulting from disease or injury.

 

  • Track 8-1Pathogenesis of Neuro-degeneration
  • Track 8-2Impaired Cognitive Function
  • Track 8-3Behavioral and Brain Functions
  • Track 8-4Altered cerebral hemodynamics
  • Track 8-5Cerebral metabolic dysfunction
  • Track 8-6Cerebral oxygenation
  • Track 8-7Cerebrovascular auto-regulation
  • Track 8-8Molecular and cellular mechanisms
  • Track 8-9Pathophysiology of concussion
  • Track 8-10Pathophysiology of traumatic brain injury
  • Track 8-11Immuno-excitotoxicity

Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is a clear, colorless body fluid found in the brain and spinal cord. Cerebrospinal fluid has three main functions: It protects brain and spinal cord from trauma, supplies nutrients to nervous system tissue, removes waste products from cerebral metabolism. CSF leaks occur through a communication between the lining of the brain and the nose. These communications may occur spontaneously or result from trauma or prior sinonasal surgery. Complications may occur if the cause is surgery or trauma. Infections after surgery or trauma can lead to meningitis and serious complications, such as swelling of the brain. Most CSF leaks are a complication of a spinal tap or surgery.

  • Track 9-1Cerebrospinal disorders
  • Track 9-2CNS infections
  • Track 9-3Multiple sclerosis
  • Track 9-4Guillain-Barre syndrome
  • Track 9-5Sarcoidosis
  • Track 9-6Cerebro Spinal Fluid Analysis
  • Track 9-7Pseudotumor Cerebri
  • Track 9-8Cognitive disorders
  • Track 9-9Neurosyphilis

Neurosurgery is the medical specialty concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, surgical treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders which affect any portion of the nervous system including the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system. The specialty of neurosurgical care includes both adult and pediatric patients. The session will be focused on the notable advancements in the field of neurosurgery and neurosurgical tools.

 

  • Track 10-1Functional & Stereotactic Neurosurgery
  • Track 10-2Skull Base Neurosurgery
  • Track 10-3Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery
  • Track 10-4Spine Program-Neurosurgery
  • Track 10-5Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Track 10-6Neurosurgical Oncology
  • Track 10-7Epilepsy surgery
  • Track 10-8Neurological Surgery Education
  • Track 10-9Neurosurgical tools

Neuro-degeneration is the process by which a part of your brain dies as a result of trauma or disease. Aging is the overwhelming risk factor for developing any of a number of phenotypically distinct neurodegenerative diseases, and the increasing prevalence, along with human life span, represents a major scientific challenge for the biomedical research community and a growing public health problem.

 

  • Track 11-1Nutrition and Brain Aging
  • Track 11-2Motor neuron diseases
  • Track 11-3Aging, Neuro-degeneration and brain rejuvenation
  • Track 11-4Cellular dysfunction mechanisms
  • Track 11-5Lewy body disease
  • Track 11-6Circadian Rhythms, Sleep and Disorders of Aging
  • Track 11-7Spinal muscular atrophy
  • Track 11-8Risk factors of Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Track 11-9Neurodegeneration and Stress

Nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human responses, and advocacy in health care for individuals, families, communities, and populations. The goal of this session is to know nursing activities that have the potential to maximize outcomes for severe brain disorders.

 

  • Track 12-1Advance Nursing care practices
  • Track 12-2Clinical nursing
  • Track 12-3Neurosurgical Nursing
  • Track 12-4Geriatric and Pediatric Nursing
  • Track 12-5Psychiatric and mental health nursing
  • Track 12-6Neurocritical Care

Pediatric neurology or child neurology refers to a specialized branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions in neonates (newborns), infants, children and adolescents. The discipline of child neurology encompasses diseases and disorders of the spinal cord, brain, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system, muscles and blood vessels that affect individuals in these age groups.

 

  • Track 13-1Neonatal Neurology
  • Track 13-2Clinical Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Track 13-3Neuro developmental disorders
  • Track 13-4Spinal and cranial birth defects
  • Track 13-5Pediatric brain tumor
  • Track 13-6Pediatric Mental Health and Psychiatry

Neuropharmacology is the branch of pharmacology which deals with the action of drugs in the nervous system. Behavioral Neuropharmacology and Molecular neuropharmacology are the branches of neuropharmacology. Behavioral neuropharmacology is the study about how drugs affect human behavior (neuropsychopharmacology), and addiction affect human brain. Behavioral and Molecular fields are very closely connected, since both are concerned with the interactions. In neuropharmacology we also study about the drugs and their targets that influence the functions of the nervous system (brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves) in health and disease.

 

  • Track 14-1Clinical Neuropharmacology
  • Track 14-2Molecular Neuropharmacology
  • Track 14-3Biochemical Neuropharmacology
  • Track 14-4Neuropsychopharmacology
  • Track 14-5Behavioral Neuropharmacology
  • Track 14-6Neuro-Pharmacotherapy and Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Track 14-7Neuropeptides and Neurohormones
  • Track 14-8Neurotransmitters and signaling molecules

Computational systems are useful in neuroscience in many ways. For instance, they may be used to construct maps of brain structure and activation or to describe brain processes mathematically. The nervous system is the network of nerve cells and fibers which transmits nerve impulses between parts of the body. Brain Engineering is about using scientific methods to understand and model the nervous system and to use this knowledge to engineer systems that interact with augment or mimic nervous system functionality.

 

  • Track 15-1Brain Mapping
  • Track 15-2Advanced Modeling and Mechanisms
  • Track 15-3Data Acquisition in Neuroimaging
  • Track 15-4Experimental Design for Neuroimaging
  • Track 15-5NeuroModulation
  • Track 15-6Neuromorphic engineering
  • Track 15-7Neuro Sensing and Neural Prosthesis
  • Track 15-8Computational modeling
  • Track 15-9Neuro-Informatics
  • Track 15-10Brain-Computer Interfaces
  • Track 15-11Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms
  • Track 15-12Neurorobotics

Drug addiction is a brain disease that is characterized by compulsive drug seeking, despite of its harmful consequences. It causes changes in the normal activity of the nervous system damaging the nerve tissues, killing neurons and this leads to dysregulation of neural system. Thus uncontrolled drug use results in toxicity of brain. Some of the behavioral effects of drug addiction include Paranoia, Aggressiveness, Impulsiveness, and Loss of Self-Control. Prescription drugs that are often abused are sleep medicines and opioids. In reality, drug addiction is a complex disease, and quitting usually takes more than good intentions or a strong will. Drugs change the brain in ways that make quitting hard, even for those who want to. Fortunately, researchers know more than ever about how drugs affect the brain and have found treatments that can help people recover from drug addiction and lead productive lives.

 

  • Track 16-1Drugs, Brain, and Behavior
  • Track 16-2Addiction Neurobiology
  • Track 16-3Addiction and Brain Chemistry
  • Track 16-4Addictive Brain Recovery
  • Track 16-5Addiction and the Brains Pleasure Pathway
  • Track 16-6Neuronal Circuits and Behavior Unit
  • Track 16-7Neuronal Ensembles in Drug Addiction
  • Track 16-8Addiction and Stress relation

Diagnostic tests and procedures are vital tools that help physicians confirm or rule out the presence of a neurological disorder or other medical condition. Tests and techniques such as Chorionic villus sampling, Pre-symptomatic testing, Biomarkers, Molecular diagnostics, Neuroimaging and Human Neuroimaging are commonly used to diagnose.

 

  • Track 17-1Neuroimaging Research
  • Track 17-2Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy
  • Track 17-3Pre-symptomatic testing
  • Track 17-4Structural and Functional Neuroimaging
  • Track 17-5Biomarkers
  • Track 17-6Real-world Assessment, Prediction, and Treatment
  • Track 17-7Neurological Diagnostic Tests and Procedures
  • Track 17-8Molecular diagnostics

Animal models have played an important role for our understanding of the details of brain development. This session will review the history of animal models and the emergence of many useful models for developmental studies today. Comparative anatomical reports began with Aristotle and his dissections of various animals, but it was not until the 19th century that the use of postmortem and live animal models became common. 

 

  • Track 18-1Animal Models of Neurological Disorders
  • Track 18-2Neuroimaging of animal models
  • Track 18-3Animal models of neurobehavioral disorders
  • Track 18-4Animal models of traumatic brain injury
  • Track 18-5Animal models of ischemic stroke
  • Track 18-6Genetic and transgenic animal models
  • Track 18-7Ethical Considerations and Alternatives

Neurophysiology is a medical specialty of neuroscience and physiology which deals with the functioning of the central and peripheral nervous system which includes cellular networks, sub-cellular compartments, and also single cells. This study regularly uses electrophysiological or molecular biological tool to monitor the function of nerves and the total system related to it. In some of the recent neurophysiology articles it has been stated that the decided output to do any action in frontal cortex results from the processing of several inputs from the environment, the internal milieu and from the other sectors of cerebral cortex.

  • Track 19-1Surgical Neurophysiology
  • Track 19-2Metabolic Disorders in Neurophysiology
  • Track 19-3Neurophysiology Facilitation of Respiration
  • Track 19-4Effect of radiation related to Neurophysiology
  • Track 19-5Neuromuscular physiology

The goal of this session is to understand the Novel Treatment strategies like Neurocircuitry of Motivation, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Research, Anti-amyloid therapy, Real-world Assessment, Prediction, and Treatment, Molecular Neuropsychiatry and Future research directions in brain disorders.

 

  • Track 20-1Molecular Neuropsychiatry
  • Track 20-2Future research directions in brain disorders
  • Track 20-3Tau-Based Treatment Strategies
  • Track 20-4Genomics and Neuroproteomics
  • Track 20-5Physical therapies and rehabilitation
  • Track 20-6Anti-amyloid therapy
  • Track 20-7Drug Design and Synthesis
  • Track 20-8Therapeutic brain stimulation
  • Track 20-9Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Research
  • Track 20-10Neurocircuitry of Motivation
  • Track 20-11Neurogenesis and stem cell transplants