2nd Euro Congress on
Neurology & Dementia

 Theme  :  Current Research Findings in Neurology and Dementia

  September 28-29, 2020

 Hotel Novotel Zurich Airport Messe, Zurich, Switzerland

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Neurology Congress

Coalesce Research Group is much esteemed to invite you to our 2nd Euro Congress on Neurology & Dementia on September 28-29, 2020 at Zurich, Switzerland with the ongoing theme “Current Research Findings in Neurology and Dementia”. We heartily welcome all the eminent researchers from the field of Neurology, Neuroscientist, students and delegates to make their valuable presence in this approach and galvanize the scientific community with their scientific discussions which will contribute to the longer term innovations in the field of but not limited to Neurology, Neurological Disorders, Dementia, Neuropsychiatry, Alzheimer's Disease, Depression, Spine & Spinal Disorders, Brain Disorders & Therapeutics etc.

The main theme of the conference is to provide unique ethical and responsive methods to all researchers towards Neurology and Neuroscience field. Along with the upcoming medical care towards the Neurology and to deal with most updated research and practical challenges adopted in the field of Neurology.

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Who Should Attend?

•    Anesthesiologists
•    Basic Scientists
•    Clinical Researchers
•    Clinical Practitioners
•    Neurologists
•    Neuroscientists
•    Neurosurgeons
•    Nurses
•    Pain Medicine Specialists
•    Pharmacists
•    Physical Therapists
•    Physicians
•    Professors
•    Psychiatrists
•    Psychologists
•    Trainees and Students
 

 

Clinical Neuroscience and Experimental Neuroscience
This unit provides students with advanced knowledge in the field of neurological science, according to both clinical and experimental perspective. Students are taught by experts in the field of  neuroscience, spanning the Department of Psychology, the Department of Cognitive Science, and the Department of Biomedical Sciences.

•    Neuroanatomy
•    Neurophysiology
•    Neuroimaging
•    Neuropsychopharmacology
•    Memory
•    Sensory and Motor Systems
•    Cardiovascular and Respiratory Neuroscience

Addiction and Brain disorders
Drug addiction is a brain disease that has become axiomatic. Especially after the idea became popular in the 1990s, around the globe aspiring health professionals treating substance abuse are indoctrinated with this belief, . Its popularity extends far beyond the hallowed halls of academia. The May 1997 Time and the September 2017 National Geographic magazines both were dedicated to the brain science of addiction. The number of other popular magazines have run similar cover stories over the past two decades

•    Addiction and Stress relation
•    Neuronal Ensembles in Drug Addiction
•    Neuronal Circuits and Behavior Unit
•    Addiction and the Brains Pleasure Pathway
•    Addictive Brain Recovery
•    Addiction and Brain Chemistry
•    Addiction and Brain Chemistry
•    Addiction Neurobiology
•    Drugs, Brain, and Behavior

Neurosurgery
Neurosurgery is a surgical procedure that uses invasive techniques to diagnose, investigate and/or treat a neurological disorder, disease or injury. For example, to remove a brain tumour or insert a deep brain stimulation device.

•    Pediatric Neurosurgery
•    Skull base surgery
•    Stereotactic Neurosurgery/ Functional Neurosurgery
•    Vascular Neurosurgery
•    Spinal Neurosurgery
•    Oncological Neurosurgery
•    Traumatic Neurosurgery
•    Pituitary Neurosurgery
•    UR Medicine Neurosurgery

Neurological Disorders and Neurological Treatment
Neurological disorders are doubtless among the most frightening illnesses that human beings face. Some other kinds of dysfunction, such as cancer or virus detection, are at least easily comprehended, if not so easily dealt with. Learning that may cause neurological issues, can be the difference between a fully enfranchised patient who is in charge of their own decisions and a helpless, terrified subject who’s worried about mysterious ailments that don’t make any sense.

•    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
•    Aneurysm
•    Bell’s palsy
•    Birth defects of the spinal cord & brain
•    Brain injury
•    Brain tumor
•    Cerebral palsy
•    Chronic fatigue syndrome
•    Concussion
•    Disk disease of neck and lower back
•    Dizziness
•    Guillain-Barré syndrome
•    Headaches and migraines
•    Psychiatric conditions (severe depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder)
•    Vertigo
•    Scoliosis

General Neurology
Neurology is a medical specialty concerned with the nervous system and its functional or organic disorders. In the early 18th century, first scientific study of nerve function in animals were performed by English physiologist Scottish physiologist Robert Whytt and Stephen Hales. In the late 19th century, knowledge was gained about the causes of aphasia, epilepsy, and motor problems arising from brain damage. French neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot and English neurologist William Gowers classified & described many diseases of the nervous system.

•    headache medicine
•    neuromuscular medicine
•    neurocritical care
•    neuro-oncology
•    geriatric neurology
•    autonomic disorders
•    vascular (stroke care)
•    child neurology
•    intervention neuroradiology
•    Neuropediatrics and Neurorehabilitation
•    Speech and Language disorders
•    Movement disorders
•    Neurodegenerative disorders
•    Cerebrovascular diseases

Cognitive Neuroscience & Behavioral Neuroscience
Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience mainly focuses on thought processes in humans. The Students who are majoring in Cognitive Neuroscience can explore a wide range of topics that includes learning, memory, sensory and motor systems, decision-making, language, sleep, mood, awareness and attention, and others. The courses will introduce students to biological substrates underlying cognition ranging from genes to complex circuits.

•    Fundamentals of Behavioral Neuroscience
•    Advanced Topics in Behavioral & Cognitive Neuroscience
•    Fundamentals of Clinical Behavioral Neuroscience
•    Neuroscience of Learning and Memory
•    Cognition and the Brain
•    Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
•    Neuropsychology Practicum

Sleep Disorders and Psychiatric Disorders
Sleep and psychiatric disorders generally occur at the same time, and also untreated sleep disorders can increase the risk of developing psychiatric conditions, such as depression, later in life. According to the recent reports, it is found that as many as two-thirds of patients referred to sleep disorders centers have a psychiatric disorder. The most common psychiatric disorders are associated with sleep complaints which includes depression, anxiety, and substance (illicit drugs and alcohol) abuse. Treating sleep disorders has been shown to improve the co-existing psychiatric condition and overall quality of life.

•    Depression
•    Anxiety
•    Accelerated respiration
•    Increased brain activity
•    Eye movement
•    Muscle relaxation
•    Bipolar Disorder
•    Insomnia
•    Restless legs syndrome
•    Jet lag
•    Narcolepsy
•    Obstructive sleep apnea

Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology (DMCN) is the field of pediatric neurology and neurodisability which is of interest to researchers, all health professionals concerned with developmental disability and child neurology, and others involved in the care of children and young people. DMCN improves the lives and the care of disabled children and their families by disseminating throughout the world high quality clinical research into the wide range of neurological conditions and disabilities that affect children.

•    Pediatric Neurology
•    Neurodisability
•    Child Development
•    Cerebral Palsy
•    Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
•    Orthopaedics and Neurosurgery
•    Neurogenetics
•    Neurophysiology
•    Neuropathology
•    Child Psychology
•    Physical, Occupational & Speech and Language Therapies
•    Orthotics and Assistive Technologies
•    Neuroimaging
•    ADHD, Epilepsy, ASD
•    Movement disorders, including neuromuscular
•    Quality of Life

Alzheimer’s & Dementia
Vascular Dementia is a term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is an progressive irreversible brain-disorder which may slowly destroys memory & thinking capability, eventually the ability to carry out the simplest tasks. In most people suffering from Alzheimer’s, the symptoms 1st appear in their mid-60's. Estimates vary, but experts suggest that more than 5.5 million Americans, most of them age 65 or older, may have dementia caused by Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia among older adults and elder people.

•    Advanced Drug for Dementia
•    Vascular Dementia Nursing
•    Dementia Care Management
•    Animal models for Alzheimer’s disease
•    Recent Studies & Case Reports
•    Alzheimer prevention and risk factors
•    Alzheimer’s Clinical Trials and Studies
•    Causes and Prevention of Alzheimer’s

Stroke and Vascular Neurology
Stroke is known to be the one of the main leading causes of long term adult disability which is affecting approximately 995,000 people each year in the USA. Someone who suffered a stroke can improve functions and sometimes remarkable recoveries by early recovery and rehabilitation. Vascular Neurology evaluates, studies and treats diseases which affect the structure and function of the blood vessels supplying the brain.

•    Intravenous fibrinolytic treatment
•    Acute stroke endovascular treatment
•    Endovascular treatment and imaging measure bundle
•    Carotid imaging measure
•    Patient/Caregiver nutritional preferences
•    Potentially avoidable complications
•    High and moderate intensity statin
•    Cognitive impairment
•    Stroke Rehabilitation services assessed
•    Post-acute ischemic stroke screening
•    Recanalization therapies for acute ischemic stroke

Spine Surgery & Spine Disorders
After a spine fusion surgery, it takes about 3 to 12 months to return to most normal daily activities, and in terms of pain relief, the success rate in  is probably between 70% and 90%, depending on the condition the spine surgery is done. There may be the risk of complications with any surgery. When surgery is done near the spine and spinal cord, if any complications occur, can be very serious.

•    Adult Degenerative Scoliosis
•    Cervical Stenosis
•    Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease
•    Cervical Disc Herniation
•    Cervical Myelopathy
•    Isthmic Spondylolisthesis
•    Compression Fractures
•    Degenerative Spondylolisthesis
•    Lumbar Stenosis
•    Low Back Sprains and Strains
•    Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease
•    Lumbar Disc Herniation
•    Neck Sprain (Whiplash) and Strain
•    Neck Strain
•    Osteoporosis

Central Nervous System
Part of the nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord that is referred as central because it combines info from the whole body and coordinated activity over the whole organism. central nervous system disorders will have an effect on either brain or spinal cord that conclusion in psychiatric disorders or neurologic disorders. The causes of central nervous system diseases embrace Neurology, Trauma, autoimmune disorders, infections, structural defects and Tumors.

•    CNS disorders
•    Addiction
•    Arachnoid cysts
•    Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
•    Autism
•    Catalepsy
•    Encephalitis
•    Epilepsy/Seizures
•    Infection
•    Locked-in syndrome
•    Meningitis
•    Migraine
•    Multiple sclerosis
•    Myelopathy
•    Neurodegenerative disorders

M.E/C.F S
Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is a complex and disabling illness.

People with ME/CFS are generally unable to do their usual work/activities. At times, ME/CFS may confine them to bed. People with ME/CFS have overwhelming fatigue which is not improved by rest. ME/CFS may get worse after any activity, whether it’s physical or mental. This symptom is known as post-exertional malaise (PEM). Other symptoms can also include problems with thinking, sleep, concentrating, pain, and dizziness. People with ME/CFS may not look ill However,
•    People with ME/CFS are not able to function the same way they did before they became ill.
•    ME/CFS changes people’s ability to do daily tasks, like taking a shower or preparing a meal.
•    ME/CFS often makes it hard to keep a job, go to school, and take part in family and social life.
•    ME/CFS can last for years and sometimes leads to serious disability.
•    At least one in four ME/CFS patients is bed- or house-bound for long periods during their illness.

Seizures and Epilepsy
Epilepsy is a neurocerebrovascular disorder in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures of unusual behavior, sensations, and sometimes loss of awareness. This disease is a chronic disorder which has diverse clinical characteristics that may preclude a singular mechanism a neurological disorder marked by sudden recurrent episodes of seizures due to disturbances in electrical signaling and its transmission in the brain. Prevention of Epilepsy

•    Ketogenic Diet (KD)
•    Alternative Treatments
•    Epilepsy Surgery
•    Advances in EEG
•    Drug Delivery to Epilepsy Brain
•    Epilepsy in Woman and Inborn
•    Pediatric Epilepsy
•    Epilepsy and Alcohol
•    Depression and Anxiety
•    Occupational therapy (OT)
•    Psychiatric / Psychological disorders
•    Seizure Disorders
•    Neuropsychiatry and Neuropsychology
•    Neurological Disorders
•    Chronic Disorders
•    Epileptic Seizures

Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is sudden damage to the brain which is caused by a jolt or bolt to the head. Common causes for TBI include car or motorcycle crashes, falls, sports injuries, and assaults. Injuries can range from mild concussions to severe permanent brain damage in case of TBI . Severe TBI may require intensive care and life-saving surgery. Most people who suffer moderate to severe TBI will need rehabilitation to recover and relearn skills.

•    Memory and Learning
•    Metacognition
•    Aphasia
•    Spoken Language Disorders
•    Written Language Disorders
•    Social Communication Disorder
•    Acquired Apraxia of Speech
•    Dysarthria in Adults
•    Resonance Disorders
•    Adult Dysphagia
•    Concussion
•    Contusion
•    Diffuse axonal injury
•    Penetrating injury

Neurodegenerative Disorder
Neuro-degenerative disease is a term referred for a range of conditions which primarily affect the neurons in the human brain. Neurons are the building blocks of the nervous system which includes the brain and spinal cord. Neurodegenrative diseases may affect many of our body's activities, such as balance, movement, talking, breathing, and heart function etc. Many  are genetic diseases as well.

•    Alzheimer’s disease
•    Parkinson’s disease
•    Prion disease
•    Motor neurone diseases (MND)
•    Huntington’s disease (HD)
•    Spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA)
•    Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
•    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
•    Friedreich's ataxia
•    Lewy body disease
•    Spinal muscular atrophy

Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson's disease is a condition in which parts of the brain become progressively damaged for many years. This disease is caused by a loss of nerve cells in substantia nigra which is the part of the brain. This leads to a reduction in a chemical compound called dopamine in the brain. Most people when they are over 50 at age, start to develop symptoms with Parkinson's. Men are slightly more likely to get Parkinson's disease with respect to women.

•    Postural Instability
•    Bradykinesia
•    Rigidity
•    Tremor
•    Dyskinesia
•    Dystonia
•    Lewy Body Dementia
•    Multiple System Atrophy
•    Corticobasal Degeneration
•    Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

Movement Disorders
Movement disorders are neurologic conditions that cause problems with movement, such as
Increased or accelearted movement can be voluntary or involuntary & decreased or slow voluntary movement. Treatment may varies according to the type of disorder. Some can be cured by medicines whereas some have no cure.

•    Chorea
•    Ataxia
•    Tremor and essential tremor
•    Rett Syndrome
•    Myoclonus and startle
•    Tics and Tourette syndrome
•    Restless legs syndrome
•    Gait disorders
•    Spasticity
•    Stiff Person Spectrum Disorder
•    Functional movement disorder
•    Myoclonus
•    Tardive dyskinesia
•    Tourette syndrome
•    Wilson's disease
•    Secondary Parkinsonism

Neuropharmacology
Neuropharmacology is the examination of how drugs influence cellular function in the neural system and the nervous system through which they influence behavior. It involves the study of neurons and their neuro-chemical communication with the overall goal of developing drugs which have beneficial effects on neurological functions.

•    Topics in Cell Signaling and Cancer
•    Topics in Pharmacology and Neuroscience.
•    Basic Biostatistics and Experimental Design.
•    Neurotransmitters.
•    Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics.
•    Principles of Pharmacology.
•    Drug Mechanisms and Actions.
•    Drugs: Their Nature, Action and Use

Neurocritical Care
Neurocritical care that is additionally called neurointensive care, is a medical field that treats severe diseases of the CNS and identifies, prevents/treats secondary brain injury.

•    Strokes
•    Ruptured Aneurysms
•    Brain and Spinal cord injury from Trauma
•    Long term Seizures
•    Cerebral edema
•    Encephalitis
•    Brain's or Spine's meninges (Meningitis)
•    Acute parainfectious inflammatory encephalopathy
•    Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM)
•    Acute hemorrhagic leucoencephalitis (AHL)
•    Spinal cord lesion
•    Guillian-Barré Syndrome
•    Hydrocephalus
•    Cerebrovascular malformations

Neurorehabilitation
Neurorehabilitation as a form of treatment for neurologic disorders was considered neurological physical therapy in the early 20th century. This involved exercises to correct muscle dysfunction. As the field of neurophysical therapy evolved, various treatment modalities were added & research examining the benefits of neurorehabilitation following nervous system injury began to emerge (Carr & Shepherd, 2006). Since then there have been some evidence of efficacy using randomized controlled methods; however, the field begs for more research in this area.

•    Neural Repair
•    Pediatric Neurorehabilitation
•    Neurorehabilitation Therapies
•    Neurorehabilitation Exercises
•    Neurorehabilitation Engineering
•    Neuromodulation and Neuroplasticity
•    Neurorehabilitation and Motor control
•    Technological Developments in neurorehabilitation
•    Case Studies in Neurological Rehabilitation
•    Robotics, Orthotics and related technology
•    Speech Therapy
•    Physical Therapy
•    Recreational Therapy
•    Occupational Therapy
•    Vision Therapy
•    Vestibular Rehabilitation

Neuro-Oncology
Neuro-oncology is the study of brain and spinal cord neoplasms, several of that terribly dangerous and grave (astrocytoma, glioma, glioblastoma multiforme, ependymoma, pontine glioma, and brain stem tumors are among the numerous examples of these). Among the malignant brain cancers, gliomas of the brainstem and pons, glioblastoma multiforme, and extremely anaplastic astrocytoma are among the worst.

•    Surgical Neurooncology
•    Neurosurgical Oncology
•    Tumor Biomarkers
•    Brain Injury Rehabilitation
•    Pathophysiology in Neuro Oncology
•    Types of pain in Neuro Oncology
•    Pediatric neurooncology
•    CNS lymphoma
•    Motor Neuron Disease
•    Neuro degenerative disorders and Injury
•    Central Nervous System
•    Repeat Expansion Diseases
•    Transverse Myelitis
•    Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy
•    Meningitis and Encephalitis
•    Neurosarcoidosis
•    Neurological Disorders

Neuro-ophthalmology
Neuro-ophthalmology is a sub-specialty of both neurology & ophthalmology. It is the treatment of visual problems that are related to the nervous system i.e visual problems that do not come from the eyes themselves. We have a tendency to use virtually half of the brain for vision-related activities. Neuro-ophthalmologists undergo specialized training and experience in problems of the eye, brain, nerves and muscles.

•    Abnormal Eye Movements (Ophthalmospasms or Nystagmus)
•    Double Vision
•    Intracranial Lesions affecting the Visual Pathway
•    Ischemic Optic Neuropathy
•    Migraine and Related visual Complaints
•    Optic Disc Swelling
•    Optic Neuritis
•    Other Optic Nerve Problems
•    Pupillary Abnormalities
•    Unexplained Vision Loss
•    Visual Field Defects

Neurogenetics
Neurogenetics is the center of some of the most exciting translational clinical and basic research in neurology and human genetics. Many of the fundamental processes underlying neurological disorder stay elusive and/or poorly understood. Genetics and proteomics (the study of proteins produced by genes) will increase the understanding of predisposition to diseases therefore one can develop the next wave of therapies to treat neurological disorder.

•    Von Hippel-Lindau disease
•    Neurofibromatosis type I and type II
•    Myotonic muscle orders
•    Mitochondrial disorders
•    Leucodystrophies
•    Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
•    Huntington's disease
•    Kennedy's disease
•    Spinocerebellar ataxia
•    Spinal muscular atrophy
•    Hereditary motor neuron disease
•    Early onset muscle disorders 
•    Hereditary spastic paraplegia 
•    Friedreich's ataxia
•    Muscular dystrophies(Duchenne and LGMD)

Neurophysiology
During this field, scientists investigate the central and peripheral nervous systems at the amount of whole organs, cellular networks, single cells, or maybe subcellular compartments. A unifying feature of this wide-ranging discipline is associate interest within the mechanisms that result in the generation and propagation of electrical impulses among and between neurons. Neurophysiology involves the study of both pathophysiology along with clinical methods used to diagnosis both in peripheral and central nervous system. This subject is very important not just for our understanding of the fascinating processes driving human thought, however conjointly for our ability to diagnose and treat disorders associated with system malfunction.

Neurotoxicology
This deals with toxicity of Central Nervous System affecting the brain and destructs the Nerve tissues. Cases of this substances include Conotoxin, Chlorotoxin, Tetrodotoxin, causes neuro-toxicity & directly affecting the brain and related functions. Neurotoxicity may also occur due to some drug therapies, organ transplant or exposures to significant metal. Many billions of dollars spend each year voluntarily for purchasing chemicals like caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine to influence the nervous system.

Neuroimmunology
Neuroimmunology a branch of immunology which deals with the inter-relationships among the nervous system and immune responses and autoimmune disorders. Particularly it deals with Basic & applied neuro-biology, neurology,     neuropharmacology and psychological science, neuropathology, neuroendocrinology,neurochemistry, neurovirology, ,neuromuscular analysis, , that involve either immunologic methodology (e.g. immunocytochemistry) or fundamental immunology (e.g. antibody and lymphocyte assays).

•    Novel drug development
•    Neuromodulation alteration
•    Neuroinfectious disease
•    Neuroinflamation
•    Neurovirology
•    Neuroimmuno genetics
•    Auto immune neuropathies

Neurocardiology
Neurocardiology denotes to pathophysiological & neuroanatomical interactions of the nervous & cardiovascular systems. The stress effects on the heart are studied in terms of the heart's interactions with both the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system. Clinical issues in neuro-cardiology include hypoxic-ischemic brain injury, neurogenic stress cardiomyopathy, cerebral embolism, encephalopathy, neurologic sequelae of cardiac & thoracic surgery and cardiac interventions, and cardiovascular findings in patients with primary neurological diseaseThe constant communication between the heart and the brain has proved invaluable to interdisciplinary fields of neurological and cardiac diseases. Variations in the neural rhythms provide evidence that a problem is present regarding physiologic regulation and help physicians determine the underlying condition quicker based on the given symptoms.

Neuroimaging and NeuroRadiology
Neuroradiology plays an Integral role in the Diagnosis and characterization of various Neurological disorders. It involves different types of Imaging Studies including Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Plain Radiography and Ultrasound are used in limited basis in particularly in Pediatric Population.

•    tuberous sclerosis complex
•    traumatic brain injury
•    rest-state functional MR imaging
•    magnetoencephalography
•    Autism spectrum disorders
•    Nuclear medicine and Radiology
•    Interventional Radiology
•    Clinical Neuroradiology
•    Neuroinflammation

Computational Neurology
Computational Neuroscience is the field in which mathematical tools and theories are used to investigate brain function. It focuses on the description of biologically plausible neurons (and neural systems) and their physiology and dynamics, and it is therefore not concerned with biologically unrealistic disciplines such as connectionism, artificial neural networks,machine learning, artificial intelligence and computational learning theory concept. It can also incorporate various     approaches from electrical engineering & applied computer science so as to understand how the nervous system processes information. 
 

For Speakers

  • Keep the number of slides in your Presentation to a minimum and follow the assigned slots.
  • Please stop when signaled to do so by the Chair.
  • Personal laptops should not be used unless in any unavoidable conditions.
  • The Videos will not be recorded.
  • Question Sessions, thanks and acknowledgement of the speakers will take place during the session or after completion of the session, so please stay until the end of the session.

For Poster:

  • Each poster should be approximately 1x1 M in Size The title, contents, text and the author’s information should be clearly visible even from 1-2 feet.
  • Present numerical data in the form of graphs, rather than tables.
  • If data must be presented in table-form, keep it Simple to be easily understandable.
  • Visuals should be simple, clear and bold. Avoid acronyms and mathematical notations as much as possible.
  • Posters with 800-1000 words or less are perfect.
  • Avoid submitting compactly packed, highly worded- count posters.
  • Categorize your poster into subdivisions, e.g., Introduction, Methods, Results; Discussion, Conclusions, and Literature Cited.
  • Use bright colors to enhance the better visibility Besides your project, you can also include future research plans or questions.

Opportunities for Conference Attendees:

For Researchers & Faculty:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

  • Poster Presentation Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
  • Young Researcher Forum (Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Registrations

For Business Speakers:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Companies:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  • Scientific Partnering
  • Marketing and Networking with clients

Abstract Peer-review Process/Guidelines:

  • The Reviewing Committee of Neurology Conferences ensures high-quality peer review process for all abstracts submitted to the conference.
  • The decision of abstract acceptance will be judged by a panel of experts emphasizing whether the findings and / or conclusions are novel and make useful contributions to the field.
  • The committee operates a single / double-blind peer review process for all the abstracts submitted, where both the reviewer and the author remain anonymous.

The following are the steps that each abstract of Neurology Conferences undergoes during the process of peer review:

  • All submitted abstracts are reviewed by internal editorial team to ensure adherence to the conference scope and abstracts which have passed this initial screening are then assigned to the session chair / review committee for evaluation.
  • Once the reviews have been received, the review committee decides to accept or reject a manuscript, or to request revisions from the author in response to the reviewers’ comments. If the decision tends to be minor revision or major revision, authors will be given 14 days to resubmit the revised abstract.

Criteria to be considered for Scoring:
The abstract should be reviewed according to the following criteria:

  • Originality of concept/approach and level of innovativeness
  • Significance/impact/relevance to conference theme
  • Quality of research design/theoretical argument
  • Conclusions and interpretations of results
  • Presentation style: Coherence and clarity of structure

Presenting your Organization’s Work on a Global Stage:

As a speaker you will be presenting to a room full of senior representatives from all over the world, each providing a different perspective from the sector. Your organization’s expertise and knowledge will be showcased to key players in the field of Neurology and will be a unique platform to increase your reputation within the sector

New Places; New People:

Each time will be held at a different place, new and different people will attend. This can enlarge building collaborations and help you in developing new relationships.

Learn from Other Speakers:

As a speaker you will be provided with free access to two days of the conference and associated workshops and will be given the opportunity to hear from other senior representatives from the sector and consider problems and solutions in the field of pediatrics, our numerous Q&A sessions and panel discussions.

Discuss and Overcome Issues in the Field:

This conference offers unrivalled opportunities to work with other key leading experts from the Universities and Hospitals to discuss the main challenges in the sector and to come together to produce strategies to find solutions to these problems Competitive Advantage: You’ll stand out if you’re a sponsor and your major competitors aren’t. If your competitors have already decided to be sponsors, your sponsorship becomes even more important, to assert your comparative market strength and your commitment to healthy products.

Leading a Workshop:

By leading one of the renowned Workshops, you will be presented with a perfect forum for an in depth discussion and debate into a key issue. These sessions can vary in format from case-study-led debate with interactive breakout sessions to a presentation based discussion group on a topic that may need a particular in-depth focus.

The Opportunity to Collaborate and Sponsor:

While we determine our conference theme and flow, we invite our key sponsors to suggest potential speakers, Delegate and topics that might also enhance the program. That’s why it’s important to commit early to sponsorship, before the program is final.

Chairing:

To increase your presence at the event, why not chair the event, a day, or a specific session to present yourself and your organization as one the leading players in a specific topic area? As a chair, you will work closely with us and our line-up of senior level speakers to ensure an event’s success.

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SPEAKER REGISTRATION
€ 590

  • Access to all Conference Sessions
  • Opportunity to give a Keynote/ Plenary/ Poster Presentations/ Workshop
  • Opportunity to publish your Abstract in any of our esteemed Journals & in the Conference Proceedings Book
  • Certificate Accredited by our Organizing Committee Member
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Tea/Coffee & Snack
  • Lunch during the Conference

DELEGATE REGISTRATION (NO PRESENTATION)
€ 500

  • Access to all Conference Sessions
  • Can meet the Experts of your Area of expertise arriving from 22+ different Countries
  • Participation Certificate Accredited by our Organizing Committee Member
  • Delegates are not allowed to present their papers in Oral or Poster sessions
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Tea/Coffee & Snack
  • Lunch during the Conference

STUDENT REGISTRATION
€ 410

  • Access to all Conference Sessions
  • Opportunity to give an Oral/ Poster Presentation
  • Opportunity to publish your Abstract in any of our esteemed Journals & in the Conference Proceedings Book
  • Certificate Accredited by our Organizing Committee Member
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Tea/Coffee & Snack
  • Lunch during the Conference

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