Sessions

Apr 18-19, 2024    Dubai, UAE

4th International Conference on Neuroscience and Neurology

Sessions

Neuroscience

Neuroscience stands as a dynamic and multidisciplinary realm, intricately unraveling the enigma of the nervous system. Once confined to the realm of biology, its contemporary definition transcends disciplinary boundaries, evolving into an interdisciplinary juggernaut seamlessly interwoven with medicine, genetics, psychiatry, chemistry, technology, engineering, and allied scientific domains. In the relentless pursuit of understanding, neuroscientists meticulously dissect every facet of the nervous system, deciphering its intricacies to forge innovative pathways in the development of groundbreaking drugs for the treatment of neurological disorders.

  • Track 01: Neuroanatomy
  • Track 02: Neurophysiology
  • Track 03: Neuropharmacology
  • Track 04: Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Track 05: Developmental Neuroscience
  • Track 06: Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Track 07: Systems Neuroscience
  • Track 08: Neuro-Biology
  • Track 09: Neurodermatology
  • Track 10: Molecular neuroscience
  • Track 11: Computational Neuroscience
  • Track 12: Molecular & Cellular Neuro-Biology
  • Track 13: Neuro-Mechanics
  • Track 14: Clinical Neurology
  • Track 15: Radiation Oncology

Neurodegenerative Diseases

A session on neurodegenerative diseases provides a comprehensive exploration of disorders characterized by the progressive degeneration of structure and function in the nervous system. Participants delve into the underlying mechanisms, including protein misfolding, oxidative stress, and inflammation, contributing to conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Huntington's, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The session covers clinical manifestations, diagnostic approaches, and available treatments, emphasizing the profound impact of these diseases on individuals and society. Discussions may also encompass emerging research, therapeutic advancements, and potential avenues for early detection and intervention. Overall, the session aims to enhance understanding, foster collaboration among researchers and healthcare professionals, and promote awareness of the challenges associated with neurodegenerative diseases.

  • Track 1: Alzheimer Disease
  • Track 2: Parkinsons Disease
  • Track 3: Huntingtons Disease
  • Track 4: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Track 5: Multiple System Atrophy (MSA)
  • Track 6: Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)
  • Track 7: Prion Diseases
  • Track 8: Vascular Dementia
  • Track 9: Experimental Models and Translational Research

Neuroplasticity and Neuro-Rehabilitation

Neuroplasticity, synonymous with brain plasticity and neural plasticity, encompasses both synaptic and non-synaptic plasticity. It denotes the enhancement of neural pathways and synapses arising from behavioral variances, environmental influences, neural strategies, cognitive processes, and emotional dynamics, in addition to changes induced by physical factors. The overarching objective of our neurology congress is to delve into the cutting-edge advancements in neurite transformation, elucidating strategies to optimize neural connections. Neurorehabilitation, a sophisticated medical approach, strives not only to provide crucial support for recovery from nervous system damage but also aims to mitigate or compensate for any functional alterations resulting from such damage.

  • Track 1: Brain Plasticity
  • Track 2: Neuro-Rehabilitation
  • Track 3: Neurite Remodeling
  • Track 4: Neural-Connections
  • Track 5: Brain Morphometry
  • Track 6: Auditory and Visual Perception
  • Track 7: Neural Backpropagation
  • Track 8: Multisensory Integration
  • Track 9: Cortical Remapping

Psychology, Psychiatry and Mental Health

The relentless pursuit of unraveling the intricacies of neurology transcends disciplinary boundaries, encompassing a symphony of scholarly pursuits such as cognitive psychology, neurolinguistics, philosophy, artificial intelligence, robotics, neuroscience, training, cognitive sciences, and behavioral economics. In this dynamic tapestry of knowledge, the fundamentals and nuances embedded in the minor in Cognitive Science converge with the intellectual crucible of neurology conferences, acting as a formidable conduit to unite students and neuro physicians across diverse domains, bound by a shared passion for exploration.

Our neuroscience conference serves as an epicenter, endeavoring to enrich the intellectual landscape by melding the unique perspectives offered by each discipline through the profound exploration of Neurology methodologies. At its core, this interdisciplinary collaboration boasts a distinguished ensemble of psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, forensic psychologists, neuropsychologists, occupational psychologists, and health psychologists. These luminaries, entrenched within the hallowed halls of the Institute of Mental Health, forge intimate connections with the realms of neurosciences and behavioral sciences, propelling us into the forefront of groundbreaking advancements at the intersection of mind and science.

  • Track 1: Cognitive Neuropsychology
  • Track 2: Mental Health
  • Track 3: Neuropsychological tests
  • Track 4: Behavioral Psychiatry
  • Track 5: Trauma
  • Track 6: Sleep Disorders
  • Track 7: Psychoanalysis
  • Track 8: Brain Cells Neurophysiology
  • Track 9: Neural Plasticity in Auditory Cortex
  • Track 10: Neurological Monitoring

Neuro-Treatment Methods

Neurological disorders stand as the ominous specters that haunt the very essence of an individual's existence, casting a shadow over the intricate workings of the human mind. Amidst the labyrinth of neurons, the elusive causes of these afflictions elude our understanding, plunging us into the obscurity of uncertainty when it comes to devising effective cures. Yet, within this enigmatic realm, neurologists wield an arsenal of treatments and techniques, deftly navigating the neural landscape to illuminate paths of improvement for their patients.

  • Track 1: Tapping
  • Track 2: Brushing
  • Track 3: Cryotherapy-Brief
  • Track 4: Passive Stretching - Fast/Quick
  • Track 5: Joint Compression
  • Track 6: Vibration
  • Track 7: Vestibular Stimulation

Neurosurgery

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 innovative neurosurgical devices playing significant growth in the market. Due to its potential outcomes, global investors contribute more investments in R&D.

  • Track 1: Neuro-oncology
  • Track 2: Spine Surgery
  • Track 3: Vascular Neurosurgery
  • Track 4: Functional Neurosurgery
  • Track 5: Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Track 6: Peripheral Nerve Surgery
  • Track 7: Skull Base Surgery
  • Track 8: Trauma Neurosurgery
  • Track 9: Neurocritical Care

Neuroimaging and pathology

A session on neuroimaging and pathology explores the intersection of advanced imaging technologies and the understanding of neurological disorders. Participants delve into the intricate relationship between structural and functional changes in the brain as revealed through various neuroimaging modalities, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET), and functional MRI (fMRI). The session delves into how these imaging techniques contribute to the diagnosis, characterization, and monitoring of neurological diseases, shedding light on both macroscopic and microscopic alterations in brain structure and function. Additionally, discussions may cover the integration of neuroimaging findings with pathological insights gained from post-mortem examinations, enhancing our comprehension of the underlying mechanisms of disorders like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and multiple sclerosis. This interdisciplinary approach fosters a comprehensive understanding of neurodegenerative processes and opens avenues for improved diagnostic accuracy and targeted therapeutic interventions.

Neuroimmunology

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.

AI and Machine Learning in Neuroscience Research

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) have become integral to analyzing the vast amount of data generated in neuroscience research. This tract will demonstrate how AI and ML are transforming data analysis and interpretation in neuroscience, including applications in brain imaging analysis, disease prediction, and drug discovery. The integration of these technologies is accelerating scientific discovery.

  • Track 1: Neuroimaging Analysis
  • Track 2: Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs)
  • Track 3: Neuroinformatics

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.

 

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.

Clinical trials, Case Studies and Recent Researches

In this session, we will delve into the dynamic landscape of healthcare research, exploring the multifaceted realms of clinical trials, case studies, and recent research findings. The session aims to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the methodologies employed in clinical trials, examining the pivotal role they play in advancing medical knowledge and treatment options. Additionally, we will scrutinize real-world applications through the lens of case studies, unraveling the intricate narratives of individual patient experiences that contribute to the broader medical knowledge base. By delving into recent research, participants will stay abreast of cutting-edge developments, gaining insights into emerging trends, breakthroughs, and potential paradigm shifts in healthcare. This session serves as a gateway for attendees to engage with the dynamic intersection of science, medicine, and patient care, fostering a deeper appreciation for the continuous evolution of healthcare practices.

  • Track 1: Life Concepts Across Neurological Conditions
  • Track 2: Case Studies
  • Track 3: Advancements in Neurological Techniques
  • Track 4: Clinical Traits of Neuronal Disorders
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