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Neurology Conference 2023

About Conference

The "15th International Conference on Neurology and Neuromuscular Disorders will take place in Dublin, Ireland on August 20-29, 2023. Conference Series llc LTD cordially invites all participants from all over the world to attend. Our conference's primary theme, "Advances in the treatment of Neurology and Neuromuscular Disorders” will include a wide range of crucially significant sessions.

Neurology Conference 2023 will primarily concentrate on raising awareness of the difficulties facing this field and ways to prevent neurological diseases. We organise a Conference Series llc LTD of 1000+ Global Events including 300+ Conferences, 500+ Upcoming and Previous Symposiums and Workshops in USA, Europe, and Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies, and we publish 700+ Open Access journals with over 30000 eminent personalities, among other things.


Why should attend?

Your best chance to connect with the broadest group of players in the neurology industry is through this group, whose members are from all over the world and who are interested in learning about neurology and its diseases. Exposure to the ongoing research in the neurology and neuroscience labs will result from it. will provide businesses with chances to demonstrate their goods and interact face-to-face with scientists, thereby expanding their business potential. Additionally, it enables businesses to learn about their industry rivals. At this two-day event, you can give presentations, disseminate information, engage with current and potential scientists, make a splash with novel approaches to treatment and care, and gain name recognition. This conference's characteristics include internationally recognised speakers, cutting-edge methods, innovations, and updates in neurology.


Benefits of Participation:

  • CME /CPD certificate along with speaker / poster certificates
  • Best speaker / poster Award
  • Workshop and special session
  • Chance to chair / co-chair the general session
  • Hotel accommodation up to 3 nights
  • Symposium and poster presentation
  • Lunch and refreshments during the conference
  • Unique profile page for speakers in our websites having 1 billion page view


Who should attend?

  • Neurologist
  • Scientist
  • Pharmaceutical company
  • Research scholars
  • Pathologist
  • Diagnostics companies
  • Neuroscience Professors
  • Students
  • Researchers and others


Sessions & Tracks

Track 1: Neurons and Neurology

Neurons or nerve cells are the basic unit of the nervous system responsible for transmitting electrical impulses. These are designed specifically to convey the message via electrochemical technique. Dendrites, axons, Ranvier nodes, myelin sheath, etc. make up this structure. It aids in the information's movement throughout the body. Sensory neurons and motor neurons are the two types of neurons. Neurology is the name given to the area of biology that focuses on the investigation of nervous system problems. CNS, ANS, and PNS make up the nervous system. CNS includes the brain and spinal cord. Neurophysiology is also a part of it.

Track 2: Neural Coding

Neural coding refers to the identification, concentration, and value of the pleasant and unpleasant sensations in the brain that are recorded as action potentials. Encoding and decoding are the two types. While the response to a stimulus is referred to as decoding, the map from a stimulus to a response is referred to as encoding. It suggests that the stimulus and response are related. It comes in a variety of forms, including population, position, and correlation coding.

Track 3:CNS

The brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves make up the central nervous system (CNS). The central nervous system directs movement, regulates thought, and registers bodily experiences.

Fast facts on the central nervous system

• The brain, the body's most intricate organ, consumes 20% of the oxygen we breathe in.

• White and grey matter are frequently separated in the CNS.

• It is thought that the brain has 100 billion neurons, each of which is connected to thousands of others.

• The glial cells that support the central nervous system outnumber neurons 10 to 1.

• The frontal, temporal, parietal, and occipital lobes of the brain can be split into four sections, and the spinal cord's circuits can regulate motor coordination independently of the brain.

• The brain accounts for about 2% of a person's total body weight.

Track 4: Pediatric Neurology

Pediatric neurology is the area of neurology that focuses on the treatment, diagnosis, and mitigation of children and young people. Pediatric neuropathology, paediatric neurosurgery, pediatric neuroimaging, etc. are all involved.The branch of nervous system which deals with the study of the cure, diagnosis, or mitigation of the children or kids called as pediatric neurology. It involves pediatric neurosurgery, pediatric neuropathy, pediatric neuroimaging etc.

Track 5: Psychiatry and Mental Health

The medical specialty of psychiatry is the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders, typically those requiring medication. Psychiatry is currently undergoing a very visible movement, which draws inspiration from such things as impulse control issues, lack of group care, suicide, drug abuse, and alcohol abuse. Let's start with the obvious evidence of the main dysfunctional behaviours and how they differ from normality in terms of sophistication. Growing analysis and its eventual transformation into more accessible psychotherapies provided the opportunity for improved comprehension. Current psychiatry is also accompanied by fresh debates, such as the medicalization of everyday life, the influence of pharmaceutical companies, and the use of psychiatry as a social control expert.

A state of psychological well-being or the absence of mental illness is referred to as mental health.

Track 6: Stroke

"Brain attacks" include strokes. Anyone and at any time could experience it. When a portion of the brain is denied blood flow, it happens. Brain cells are deprived of oxygen and start to perish as a result. Memory and motor control are two functions regulated by the part of the brain that dies during a stroke.

How a stroke affects a person depends on where in the brain the stroke happens and how much brain damage there is. A mild stroke victim, for instance, would simply have modest issues like momentary arm or leg paralysis. Larger strokes can leave a person permanently paralysed on one side of their body or lose their ability to speak. Some people recover completely from strokes, but more than 2/3 of survivors will have some type of disability.


Track 7: Parkinson's Disease 

It is the neurodegenerative condition that is most well-known. It is characterized by a dynamic lack of muscle control, which causes the head and appendages to tremble during extremely still periods of time. Later, stride rearrangement is observed. Indicators include anxiety, depression, and dementia. Dopamine deficiency is the root of the problem. It is also known as loss of motion gaits and hypokinetic unbending disorder. Parkinson's disease is frequently an idiopathic condition.

Track 8 : Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Memory loss, trouble finding words, poor judgement, and issues with daily tasks are just a few of the symptoms that fall under the broad umbrella of dementia, which is brought on by damage to or death of brain cells (neurons). A stage in between the mild and severe stages of dementia is known as mild cognitive impairment. Thinking, language, judgement, and other issues occur. 

Track 9: Geriatric Neurology

The field of medicine known as geriatric neurology focuses on the study of neurologic conditions in the elderly. Geriatric neurology is a subspecialty that focuses on diagnosing, treating, and caring for neurological conditions that affect the elderly. It also has a unique body of knowledge about the ageing nervous system, its susceptibility to particular neurological disorders, and its impact on the prevalence and manifestation of neurological disease. Neurologists are being relied upon more frequently to treat senior citizens. Acute and chronic neurological illnesses linked to increasing age will become more common as the proportion of elderly people in the population rises. 

Track 10:Neurosurgery

The medical field of neurosurgery, also known as neurological surgery, focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases that affect any component of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system. They aid in the identification of intracranial hemorrhage. 

Track 11:Multiple sclerosis

It is possible for multiple sclerosis (MS) to disable the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system).

Myelin, the protective sheath that protects nerve fibres, is attacked by the immune system in MS, which impairs brain-to-body communication. The condition may eventually result in the nerves' own degeneration or irreparable harm.

Depending on the extent of nerve damage and which nerves are impacted, MS signs and symptoms can vary greatly. Some MS sufferers may lose their ability to walk independently or at all, while others may go for extended stretches without developing any new symptoms.

Multiple Sclerosis has no known treatment option.

Numbness or weakness in one or more limbs that typically occurs on one side of your body at a time, or the legs and trunk

  • Partial or complete loss of vision, usually in one eye at a time, often with pain during eye movement
  • Prolonged double vision
  • Tingling or pain in parts of your body
  • Electric-shock sensations that occur with certain neck movements, especially bending the neck forward (Lhermitte sign)
  • Tremor, lack of coordination or unsteady gait
  • Slurred speech
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Problems with bowel and bladder function

Track 12:Trigeminal neuralgia

It affects the trigeminal nerve, which transmits feeling from the face to the brain. Trigeminal neuralgia patients may experience agonising pain when even minor facial stimulation, such as tooth brushing or applying makeup, occurs.


  • An illustration of the trigeminal nerve's branches o Trigeminal nerve branches
  • One or more of the following patterns may be present in the symptoms of trigeminal neuralgia:
  • Periods of intense, shooting, or jabbing pain that may be electric shock-like
  • Pain that only occasionally affects both sides of the face at once, but only on one side at a time.
  • Pain focused in one spot or spread in a wider pattern

Track 13: Tourette syndrome

Tourette syndrome (TS) is an inherited nervous system illness marked by erratic out-of-control motions and sounds (tics).


Although some research imply that an excess of the neurotransmitter dopamine may be the origin of the tics in Tourette syndrome, the exact causation of the disorder remains uncertain. A neurotransmitter is a substance that exists in the brain that aids in the communication of information between brain cells. According to some investigations, the abnormality in Tourette syndrome may involve the neurotransmitter serotonin or other substances necessary for brain activity.

Although this theory has not been confirmed and may not apply to all families, the majority of studies point to Tourette syndrome as an autosomal dominant condition with reduced penetrance. One copy of a pair of genes changes to cause an autosomal dominant disease. A person's risk of passing on the altered gene to their offspring when they have an autosomal dominant condition is 50%. Reduced penetrance means that some carriers of the altered gene do not experience symptoms. According to some research, males inheriting the Tourette syndrome gene had a 99% chance of developing symptoms, compared to a 70% likelihood for females. Although none have been identified, it has been hypothesised that additional genetic and environmental factors may contribute to the onset of symptoms in individuals who inherit the altered gene. Although these views are less well supported, some experts think that Tourette syndrome can have distinct causes in different people or be brought on by mutations in many genes. It is necessary to conduct more research to determine the origin of Tourette syndrome.

 Track 14: Neuro Pharmacology and Neuro Toxicology

Neuropharmacology is the study of how medications affect how cells in the nervous system operate. It comes in two varieties: molecular neuropharmacology and behavioural neuropharmacology. It describes how the brain reacts to drug dependence and addiction. Neuro toxicology is the field of study that focuses on the impact of toxins on the neurological system. It takes place when neurotoxins impact the neurological system. It happens as a result of exposure to chemotherapy, radiation therapy, drug misuse, pesticides, and other conditions.

Track 15 : Molecular , Clinical and Behavioral Neuroscience

The field of neuroscience known as molecular neuroscience studies how concepts from subatomic physics relate to organisms' sensory systems. The scope of this topic encompasses a variety of topics, including subatomic neuroanatomical, subatomic motion sensors in the sensory system, the effects of epigenetics and hereditary traits on neural development, and the subatomic causes of neuroplasticity and neurodegenerative illnesses. Cell morphology and nervous system physiological characteristics are part of cellular neuroscience. includes the neurotransmission mechanism as well. Biopsychology, also known as behavioural neuroscience, is the study of how biological processes affect a person's behaviours, emotions, and thinking processes. It can also be referred to as behavioural neuroscience, physiological psychology, etc. The phrase "biopsychology" is explained by biological science and psychology. It examines current neurobiology knowledge.

Track 16 : Neuromuscular Disorders ,Spinal disorders and Peripheral Neuropathies

Skeletal muscles, peripheral nerves, or the neuromuscular junction can all be impacted by neuromuscular diseases. All types of neuromuscular diseases are treated in our programme, such as ALS, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, Guillain-Barre syndrome, and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP).

Infections, wounds, tumours, Ankylosing spondylitis, scoliosis, spinal stenosis, and herniated discs can all cause spinal diseases.

Because the pressure on the spinal cord and neurological system increases when the structure of bones changes, pain results. Electromyography, Computed Tomography, MRI, and discography can all be used to diagnose these conditions. It results in skeletal hyperostosis, lumbar and thoracic spine fractures,

 Track 17: Case Report

A case report is a comprehensive account of the signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of a specific patient. Case studies can also be useful in medical education since they offer a framework for case-based learning and may also be used to direct the personalization of care in clinical practise. This lesson covers a thorough examination of case studies in neuroscience that are based on diagnosis, treatment, medication, and research.

The case report consists of four types of case studies: diagnostic, therapeutic, pharmaceutical, and research-based. 

Market Analysis

The market for neurology devices worldwide, which was valued at X US$ million in 2018, is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 8.3% from 2019 to 2025, reaching 19,914.7 US$ million.

Numerous neurological disorders and conditions, including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, major depression, epilepsy, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain damage, are diagnosed, prevented from occurring, and treated with the aid of neurological equipment. For those with limb loss or congenital limb differences, neurological devices boost function and aid in the restoration of hearing and sight. Neurodiagnostics, neurointervention, and neurostimulation are a few neurological devices.

Demand in the global neuroscience sector was valued at USD 24.09 billion in 2013 and is expected to surpass USD 30.80 billion by 2020. Growth in this industry is primarily driven by increasing government funding for research and development, which has led to the development of various neuroinformatics products.

Designing and creating effective tools and algorithms that can improve the performance of structural and functional mapping is a key component of neuro-informatics. Over the following seven years, the global neuroscience market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 2.9%.

According to the BCC research, the global market for the treatment and therapy of neurological diseases was worth $12.6 billion in 2006 and will increase to $14 billion by 2007. The world economy is expected to expand by 11.6% CAGR in 2017.

Report Scope

This research examines current patterns in medication development and discovery for neurodegenerative diseases.

• Details for the treatment markets of particular diseases like Alzheimer's, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, muscular dystrophy, and other, rarer neurological disorders are provided; • A detailed analysis of patents and significant technological developments is provided; • A review of governmental regulations is provided. 


Why to attend?

With the opportunity to attend the presentations made by renowned experts from all over the world, neurology meetings provide a global stage for international systems administration and trade the most recent developments in diagnosis techniques and the central and peripheral nervous system. The largest group of members from the neurology community can be found here, with people from all around the world interested in learning about the nervous system and its developments. Direct introductions, information dissemination, meetings with current and potential researchers, the launch of new medicine advancements, and name recognition are all part of this two-day conference. The hallmarks of this gathering include highly esteemed speakers, the newest technologies, developments, and updates in infectious diseases. 



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