Nov 20-22, 2023    London, UK
4th International Conference on

Neuroscience and Neurology


Psychiatry and Psychiatric Disorders

Psychiatry disorders are changes in the mental or behavioral pattern that causes significant distress or impairment of personal functioning. They may be persistent, relapsing and remitting, or occur as a single episode. Whereas psychological syndrome or pattern that occurs in an individual and is associated with present distress or disability or with a significantly increased risk of suffering death, pain, disability.

Depression and Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is an orderly reaction caused due to stress. Anxiety disorders differ from normal feelings of nervousness or anxiousness. These are treatable various methods of treatments are available. Depression is also known as unipolar or major depressive disorder, is characterized by a persistent feeling of sadness or a lack of interest in outside stimuli.

Neuroscience and Neurodegenerative Diseases

Neurodegenerative disorders are sicknesses that include the Degeneration of specific parts of the mind. They are, by a wide margin, probably the hardest infections to fix with incapacitating results. Parkinson's and Huntington's disease are among the most extreme and normal development problems. The scientific study of the Nervous system is called Neuroscience. It has a huge impact on the treatment and diagnosis of all nervous diseases.


Neuropsychiatry is a synergistic interface between psychiatry and neurology that records mental disorders. The field of neuropsychiatry is locked in with understanding the connection between the brain, body, and its conduct. Treated as sub-forte of Psychiatry, the normal cases begin from recognizable breakdowns. The mixture of Neuropsychiatry with nervous system specialist and Neurosurgeons give broad consideration and an effective setup for patients.


Neurosurgery is the youngest surgical discipline that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of neuro-related diseases and disorders. The history of neurosurgery dates back to the early 1990s. High-quality and life-sustaining treatments can be endowed for patients with advanced neurosurgical devices. Some of the common neurosurgeries include craniotomy, microsurgery, oncological neurosurgery, neuro-endoscopy (endoscopic endonasal surgery), and stereotactic neurosurgery. Flow diversion devices, neuroendovascular stents, liquid embolic, clot retrieval, and balloon catheters are the innovative neurosurgical devices playing significant growth in the market. Due to its potential outcomes, global investors contribute more investments in R&D.

Case Studies and Ethical issues

Case studies in neuroscience and Neurology are crucial provenance of new ideas and hypotheses. The causes, symptoms and treatment, and possible outcomes are analyzed using the reports. This topic focuses on case study methodologies and advantages. Detailed Case studies most frequently describe people with rare, unique, and abnormal conditions. Framing the neurological condition from case report enhances new clinical inventions and therapeutics.

Neuroimaging and pathology

All of clinical neuroscience has been transformed by neuroimaging, particularly how severe brain pathology may be identified in a live patient. The primary neuroimaging techniques for the pathological identification of acute and subacute traumatic injury in traumatic brain injury (TBI) are computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), with MRI best suited to identifying and quantifying the more chronic consequences. All neuroimaging findings of trauma-related pathology, however, are merely outward manifestations of the microscopic cellular and vascular illnesses that underlie all TBI.

Neurological Complications of COVID_19

While the most common clinical diagnosis for the COVID-19 pandemic is respiratory disease, there is growing awareness of neurological manifestations. The COVID-19 pandemic is caused by extreme coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) acute respiratory syndrome and is of a magnitude not seen since the influenza pandemic of 1918. Based on information about other coronaviruses, particularly those that produced severe acute respiratory syndrome and epidemics of the centre East respiratory syndrome, it should be assumed that occurrences of CNS and peripheral systema nervosum disease brought on by SARS-CoV-2 are rare. For scientists, researchers, and young scholars to better understand the neurological side effects of COVID-19, Neuroscience 2023 offers a platform.


The sciences of neurology, psychiatry, and immunology all contributed to the development of neuroimmunology as a unique discipline. Although neuroimmunologists initially focused on traditional neuroinflammatory disorders like multiple sclerosis and infections, there is compelling evidence that the immune response also contributes to age-related white matter disorders, epilepsy, neurodegenerative diseases, neuropsychiatric disorders, peripheral nervous system disorders, and neuro-oncological conditions. Technology advancements have considerably aided our understanding of how the immune system influences the neurological system during development and ageing, and how such reactions result in disease as well as regeneration and repair.

Pediatric Neurology

In the same way that paediatric neurology developed into a recognised specialty because there was too much information and complexity for a general paediatrician or adult neurologist to master, the field has since continued to develop into a variety of subspecialties. These include epilepsy, neuromuscular disease, stroke, malformations, neonatal neurology, metabolic diseases, etc. that an overall paediatrics neurologist cannot reasonably expect to have in-depth knowledge of. Thus, following a standard paediatric neurology residency, fellowship programming offer subspecialty expertise to some trainees, and many of these fellowships also incorporate research training.


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