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3rd International Conference on Central Nervous System and Therapeutics

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Reviving Innovations in Treatment of CNS Disorders

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Session on Central Nervous System Disorders

Central Nervous system(CNS) plays a major role in awareness,movements, sensations, thoughts, speech and memory. It is responsible forintegrating sensory information and responding accordingly. The spinal cord serves as a conduitfor signals between the brain and the rest of thebody. It also controls simple musculoskeletal reflexes without input from the brain.The disorders thataffect the brain and spinalcord are known as CNS Disorders. The global CNS therapeuticmarket is expected to reach USD 128.9 billion by 2025. The main aim of this CNS conference is tounderstand the parts of CNS andtheir disorders.

Session on Cognitive Neurology

Cognitive neuroscience is thescientific field that is concerned with the study of the biological processesand aspects that underlie cognition, with a specific focus on the neural connections in the brain which areinvolved in mental processes. This session focuseson Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Assessment,Clinical Presentation, Treatment, and Management Issues.

Session on Behavioural Neurology

Behavioral neuroscience is the studyof the brain mechanisms underlying behavior.This is important for understanding how the normal brain works to supportcognition, emotion and sensorimotor function. Two fields associated with behavioralneurology are neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology. This session willprovide a deeper understanding on how and why things go wrong in the brain invarious neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Session on Neurodegenerative Disorders

Neurodegenerative disorders are theconditions that result in degeneration or death of the nerve cells. This causesproblems with mental function (called dementia's) or movement(called ataxia). It can be severe orlife-threatening. It depends upon the type. Most of them are incurable.Treatments may help to improve symptoms, increase mobility and relieve pain.

Session on Spinal Cord Disorders

Spinal cord disorders cause variouspatterns of deficits depending on which nerve tracts within the cord or whichspinal roots outside the cord are damaged. Disorders affecting spinal nerves,but not directly affecting the cord, cause sensory or motor abnormalities orboth only in the areas supplied by the affected spinal nerves. Spinalcord disorders can cause permanent severe neurologic disability. For somepatients, such disability can be avoided or minimized if evaluation andtreatment are rapid.

Session on CNS Biomarkers

Biomarkers are important tools forunderstanding disease mechanism, developing more effective treatments, andimproving the quality of patient care. The discovery of biomarkers for CNS disorders has gainedconsiderable interest within the pharmaceutical industry due to the many unmetneeds in current treatments and diagnostics. Here we discuss the role of CNS biomarkers in earlydiscovery, in drug development, and for future diagnostics. We also discuss thedifferent disease segments, describing gaps in treatment and limitations ofcurrent methods of diagnosis. This session also addresses the growth driversand growth inhibitors that can affect CNS biomarker adoption.

Session on Neurodevelopmental Disorders

The disability associated with the functioning of the neurologicalsystem and brain is known as Neurodevelopmentaldisorders. People with neurodevelopmental disorders canexperience difficulties with speech and language, behavior, motor skills,memory, learning, and other neurological function.Evaluation and treatment of these disorders are difficult. Treatment involves acombination of pharmaceuticals, professional therapy, and home-school-basedprograms.

Session on Cerebrovascular Disease

The disease that affects the blood vessels of the brain and the cerebral circulation isknown as Cerebrovascular Disease. These diseasesare subdivided into ischemic events and cerebralhemorrhages. This session focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis ofthe cerebrovascular disease.

Session on Neuropharmacology

The study of drugs that affect cellular functions in the neural mechanismsand nervous system, through which they influencebehavior is known as Neuropharmacology. Molecular neuropharmacology involves thestudy of neurons and their neurochemicalinteractions with the overall motive of developing new drugs that havebeneficial effects on the nervous system. This session focuses on thealteration in psychiatric diseases, neuromodulation and the recent Drugdevelopment in the field of NeurologicalDisorders.

Session on Neurochemical Transmission

A Neuron imparts its electrical movementto different cells by discharging chemicals at the Junction of the two cells,that procedure is known as Neurochemical transmission. Chemicaltransmission is the major means by which nerves communicatewith one another in the nervous system. The compoundsubstances which exchange an electrical drive from a nerve cell to itsobjective cell are known as neurotransmitters.

Session on Neuro-Oncology

Neuro-oncology is the study of brain and spinal cord neoplasms, many of which arelife-threatening and are dangerous. Among the malignant brain cancers, gliomasof the brainstem and pons, glioblastoma multiforme, and high-grade astrocytomaare the worst. This session focuses on the diagnosis and treatments of Brain Tumour and Cancer.

Session on Neurogenesis

The process by which neuronsor nerve cells are generated in the brain is known as Neurogenesis. It is most activeduring the early stage of development when a baby's brain is beingformed. During adulthood, new neurons are generated at a much slower pace thanduring prenatal development.

Session on Neuropsychiatric disorders

Neuropsychiatry is a combination of both Psychiatry and Neurology which focuseson disorders related to mental health. Neuropsychiatricconditions are mental disorders that aretypically related to diseases that originate from the nervoussystem. These diseases affect the ability to learn, work, and emotionallycope. Researchers in this field are making a great effort in determining thebiological basis on these diseases. Neuropsychiatrist works along withadditional Neuroscience clinicians, namely neurosurgeon, and neurologist, to delivercomplete care to the patients.

Session on Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery refers to the medical specialtydedicated to the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitationof disorders that affect our nervoussystem i.e., brain, spinalcord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascularsystem. Developed in the first half of the twentieth-century neurosurgery has witnessedtill date exponential advances in intensive care, technology, and sophisticatednon-invasive procedures. This has undoubtedly have widened the scope ofneurosurgical practice. Pediatric neurosurgery, FunctionalNeurosurgery, Neurovascular Surgery, Traumatology, Neuro-oncology, Skull-basesurgery, Spinal surgery are the different categoriesof neurosurgery.

Session on Pediatric Neurology

The branch of medicine that deals with the management and diagnosisof neurological conditions in children, infants,neonates, and adolescents is known as pediatricneurology. The discipline of child neurology encompassesdiseases and disorders of the brain, spinalcord, autonomic nervous system, peripheralnervous system, and blood vessels that affects individuals in these age groupstoo.A pediatric neurologist has aspecialized knowledge on assess, diagnose, training and treatment of thechildren affected with nervous disorders. The conditions dealwith by pediatric neurologists varyconsiderably, from relative disorders such as cerebralpalsy or a migraine through to more complex and rare conditions suchas neurodegenerative disorders or metabolic disease.

Session on Computational Neuroscience

Computational neuroscience is the fieldof study in which theories and mathematical tools are used to investigate brainfunction. It can also incorporate diverse approaches from computer science,physics, and electrical engineering, in order to understand how the nervoussystem processes information.

Session on Neuropathology

The branch of medicine concerned with the disease of the nervoussystem is known as Neuropathology. This field deals with the study ofdiseases related to nervous system tissue, usually in theform of either small whole autopsies or surgical biopsies. It is a subspecialtyof neurology, anatomic pathology, and neurosurgery. Diseases withdiverse genetic and etiologic features have very similar pathological andClinical characteristics.

Session on Neuromuscular Disorders

Neuromuscular disorders are disordersof the nerves that control the voluntary muscles. One of the causes is theimmune system disorder and genetic. More than 2 million people in the UnitedStates are affected by such a form of neuromusculardiseases and about 30% of them are under the age18. Diagnosis includes NCVtest, biochemical, genetic test, a multi-step process like muscle biopsy etc.The motive of this session is to understand the origin of Muscular dystrophy,Lambert-Eaton syndrome and neuromuscular junction disorder. Further, there willbe an interactive conversation on Hyperreflexia, Spasticity and its prevention.

Session on Neuroplasticity

Neuroplasticity also known as brainplasticity. It is an umbrella term that encompasses both non-synaptic plasticity and synaptic plasticity. It refers tochange in synapses and neural pathways due to changes in the environment, neural processes,thinking, behavior and emotions. The main aim of this session is to understand the neuroplasticity, advances in theNeurite remodeling and How to increase Neural-Connections.

Organizing Committee

Mr.Karl Sterling


PhysioChains LLC

Syracuse, USA

Tamara C. McGill-Carter

Neurodevelopmental Specialist

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Chicago, USA

Sarah Crawford

Professor, Department of Biology

Southern Connecticut State University

Phoenix, USA

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