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8th International Conference on Brain Injury and Neuroscience , will be organized around the theme “New Inventions in the field of Brain Injury and Neuroscience ”
Brain Injury 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 Injury 2019
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Brain disorders engulf the major psychological and physiological anomalies caused due to various brain injuries or passed down genetically. Brain Disorders have been deemed as one of the major health issue concerning our society. Brain disorders mostly involve regions like memory, sensation, and visual reception of our brain that are susceptible to injury or any type of illness.
- Track 1-1Autism
- Track 1-2Migraine
- Track 1-3Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Track 1-4Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Track 1-5Arteriovenous Malformation.
- Track 1-6Aneurysm
Neurodegenerative disorder is the progressive loss of structure or function of the neurons, including the death of the neurons. Examples of neurodegenerative diseases include Multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's, Motor neurone diseases, and Huntington's disease. Such diseases are mostly incurable, resulting in progressive degeneration or death of the neuron cells. Neurodegeneration can found in the many different levels of neuronal circuitry ranging from the molecular to systemic.
- Track 2-1Dementia and Aging
- Track 2-2Prion disease
- Track 2-3Motor neuron diseases (MND)
- Track 2-4Spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA)
- Track 2-5Guillain-Barré Syndrome
Dementia is the name given to a group of symptoms affecting the daily functioning of an individual through long and gradual impairment in the ability to think and remember. Dementia involves a greater decline in an individual’s brain functioning than what is expected due to aging. It may include problems like personality changes and emotional problems, loss of motivation without affecting the general consciousness of the person.
- Track 3-1Vascular dementia
- Track 3-2Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB)
- Track 3-3Cortical dementia
- Track 3-4Mixed dementia
- Track 3-5Diagnosis and Prognosis of Dementia
- Track 3-6Animal Models for Dementia Research
The Central Nervous System is the main body governing the integration and response of sensory stimulus. It consists of the brain and the spinal cord, which on exposure to trauma, infections, degeneration, structural defects, blood flow disruption, or autoimmune disorders can compromise normal functioning of our body. Side effects of such disorder include loss of feeling or tingling, loss of sight or double vision, impaired mental ability, lack of coordination, muscle rigidity.
- Track 4-1Addiction
- Track 4-2Neurocognitive Disorders
- Track 4-3CNS Neoplasia
- Track 4-4Depression and Anxiety
- Track 4-5Therapeutics for CNS Disorders
- Track 4-6CNS Depressants and Stimulants
Stroke is defined as the condition where there is poor blood flow to the brain, resulting in cell death. There are two types of stroke 1) ischemic stroke which is defined as the lack of blood flow to the brain, 2) haemorrhagic stroke which occurs due to bleeding. Symptoms of a brain stroke involve inability to move or paralysis of one side of the body, dizziness, or loss of vision. If the symptoms last for less than one or two hours then it is known as a transient ischemic attack or mini-stroke. A haemorrhagic stroke is mostly associated with a severe headache. The symptoms of a stroke can be permanent.
- Track 5-1Thrombotic stroke
- Track 5-2Cerebral hypo-perfusion
- Track 5-3Embolic stroke
- Track 5-4Intracerebral haemorrhage
- Track 5-5Transient Ischemic Stroke
- Track 5-6Stroke associated with addiction
Psychiatric disorder is described as a diagnosed mental illness that significantly affects the thinking, mood and behaviour of an individual, substantially increasing the risk of disability, pain, death, or loss of freedom. Depression, Anxiety disorders, Personality disorders, Schizophrenia fall under this category.
- Track 6-1Anxiety Disorders
- Track 6-2Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Track 6-3Eating Disorders
- Track 6-4Adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD)
- Track 6-5Hypomanic Episode
- Track 6-6Postpartum Depression
Disorders affecting the central nervous system or the peripheral nervous system that can impair that impair the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve or neuromuscular function are termed as Neurological disorders. Symptoms caused due to structural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities in the central or peripheral nervous system include paralysis, muscle weakness, loss of sensation, confusion and pain.
- Track 7-1Sleep disorders
- Track 7-2Dysautonomia
- Track 7-3Central neuropathy
- Track 7-4Cranial Nerve Disorder
- Track 7-5Multiple Sclerosis
- Track 7-6Mental Health
Brain Injury is a common term which is used to describe any trauma to the head or brain but most specifically to the brain itself. There are several types of head injuries may occur such as skull fractures, intracranial haemorrhage like subdural or epidural hematoma. Treatment of a head or brain injury depends mainly on the cause and the severity of the injury.
- Track 8-1Hematoma
- Track 8-2Hemorrhage
- Track 8-3Concussion
- Track 8-4Skull fracture
- Track 8-5Diffuse axonal injury
- Track 8-6Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Track 8-7Decompressive craniectomy
Peripheral neuropathy is neural impairment of nerves that carry messages to and from the brain and spinal cord from and to the rest of the body. Peripheral neuropathy may be chronic or acute. Acute neuropathies demand for urgent diagnosis. Based on the type of nerve involved or the underlying cause, peripheral neuropathies can be classified accordingly.
- Track 9-1Brachial neuritis
- Track 9-2Cranial neuritis
- Track 9-3Optic neuritis
- Track 9-4Vestibular neuritis
- Track 9-5Anticonvulsant
- Track 9-6Narcotic treatment
Neuroimaging and Radiology are techniques for producing images of the structure and activity of the brain or other parts of the nervous system by the use of magnetic resonance, computerized tomography or other radiations used at an acceptable and harmless level.
- Track 10-1Computed axial tomography
- Track 10-2Diffuse optical imaging
- Track 10-3MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
- Track 10-4Macrocephaly
- Track 10-5Neurobionics
- Track 10-6Bio-molecular therapies in neural regeneration
Neurorehabilitation or Neurological rehabilitation is a doctor-supervised complex medical assistance aimed to aid people with neurological diseases, injury or disorders and help improve function, minimize symptoms and improve the well-being of the patient.
- Track 11-1Speech therapy
- Track 11-2Depression management
- Track 11-3Bladder and bowel retraining
- Track 11-4Nutritional counselling
- Track 11-5Help with activities of daily living (ADLs)
- Track 11-6Vocational counselling
Neurosurgery is a highly specialized medical field which focuses on the surgical treatment of brain and spinal disorders. It is a complex surgical procedure which involves diagnosis, therapy, and rehabilitation of disorders affecting any part of the nervous system.
- Track 12-1Cervical Spine Surgery
- Track 12-2Functional Neurosurgery
- Track 12-3Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- Track 12-4Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
- Track 12-5Embolization of Tumours
Neuropharmacology is the branch that deals with the study of effect of various drugs on our nervous system. This is the main domain that helps interpret various invasive and non-invasive methods for improvement of neurological disorders.
- Track 13-1Neuroanesthesia
- Track 13-2NeuroPharmacotherapy
- Track 13-3Behavioral Neuropharmacology
- Track 13-4Pharmacotherapeutics
- Track 13-5Epinephrine for drug based treatment
- Track 13-6Neurotransmitters
Neuropsychiatry is the interface of psychiatry and neurology that investigates the link between mental and organic disease of the brain. It is a sub-category of Psychiatry with the main aim to obtain better understanding on the link between mind, body and behaviour.
- Track 14-1Mind/brain monism
- Track 14-2 Autism
- Track 14-3Schizophrenia
- Track 14-4Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Track 14-5Auditory hallucination
- Track 14-6Intellectual Disability
Neurotherapeutics involves techniques like regenerative therapies, gene therapy, neural stem cell therapy, transracial direct current stimulation therapy etc. that have proven to be advantageous for treatment of various neurological disorders.
- Track 15-1Invasive and Non-invasive methods of therapy
- Track 15-2Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
- Track 15-3Stroke rehabilitation: Care and guidance
- Track 15-4Neuropathy and therapies