HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Paris, France or Virtually from your home or work.

9th Edition of International Conference on

Neurology and Neurological Disorders

June 20-22, 2024 | Paris, France

Neurology 2024

Ken Ware, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Ken Ware, NeuroPhysics Therapy Institute, Australia

Whole body vibration (WBV) involves using machines or platforms to transmit periodic pulse/wave energy to the body, causing muscles to contract and relax passively. While scientific evidence on the noxious effects of popular WBV machines is limited, experts generally agree that l [....] » Read More

Yong Xiao Wang, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Yong Xiao Wang, Albany Medical College, United States

Vascular dementia is a neurodegenerative disease. This disease is also known as vascular contributions to cognitive impairment and dementia (VCID). As well documented, VCID has high morbidity and mortality, and diabetes is a leading factor in the development of VCID. However, the [....] » Read More

Jaqueline Tuppen, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Jaqueline Tuppen, Cogs Club, United Kingdom

The NICE guidelines in November 2006 stated: "People with mild / moderate dementia of all types should be given the opportunity to participate in a structured group cognitive stimulation programme. This should be commissioned and provided by a range of health and social [....] » Read More

Sergey Suchkov, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Sergey Suchkov, The Russian University of Medicine and The Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Russian Federation

Biomarkers enable pre-early diagnosis, guide targeted therapy and monitor the active ty and therapeutic responses across the diseases. Among the best-validated predictive biomarkers are autoimmunity-related ones to predict and prognosticate risks of the chronification, complicati [....] » Read More

Michael Ugrumov, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Michael Ugrumov, Institute of Developmental Biology RAS, Russian Federation

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is diagnosed many years after its onset, under a significant degradation of the nigrostriatal dopaminergic system, responsible for the regulation of motor function. This explains rather low effectiveness of the treatment of patients. Therefore, one [....] » Read More

Emily R Rosario, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Emily R Rosario, Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare, United States

Objectives: This study aimed to investigate the relationship between APOE genotype, cytokine levels, and cognitive outcomes in patients recovering from traumatic brain injury (TBI). The objectives were to assess the impact of APOE ε2 and ε4 variants on cytoki [....] » Read More

Mohit Saxena, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mohit Saxena, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, United States

Introduction: Brain surgery may benefit from functional MRI (fMRI) that can detect changes in cerebral blood flow and oxygen utilization caused by tissue activation. Therefore, the patient needs to perform certain tasks in the scanner while fMRI is acquired. However, task-ba [....] » Read More

Hamna Khuld, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Hamna Khuld, Columbia University, United States

Background: In the United States (U.S.) and Puerto Rico, cognitive decline and resulting Alzheimer's disease are major public health concerns for older adults. According to the Alzheimer's Association (2021), by 2050, people ages 65 and above with Alzheimer's are esti [....] » Read More

Rodrigo Da Silva Ferreira, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Rodrigo Da Silva Ferreira, University of Brasília, Brazil

Tumour angiogenesis is a crucial process for the growth of cancerous cells, involving the formation of new blood vessels and being heavily influenced by sulfotransferase enzymes (1). These enzymes play a central role in modifying glycosaminoglycans in the extracellular matrix and [....] » Read More

Sergey Suchkov, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sergey Suchkov, The Russian University of Medicine and The Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Russian Federation

A new systems approach to diseased states and wellness result in a new branch in the healthcare services, namely, personalized and precision medicine (PPM). To achieve the implementation of PPM concept, it is necessary to create a fundamentally new strategy based upon the recogni [....] » Read More

Valida Isanova, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Valida Isanova, Kazan State Medical University, Russian Federation

The nervous system disorders and mental impairments still remain to be among the main causes of children and adults incapacity. Currently neurorehabilitation has a particular relevance and importance among people suffering from nervous system disorders, incapable of moving i [....] » Read More

Ljudmila Stojanovich, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ljudmila Stojanovich, University Medical Center, Serbia

Objectives: Aim of this study was to investigate association between neurological with manifestations and antiphospholipid antibodies type and level in APS patients. Methods: Our prospective study comprises of 333 patients: 218 with primary and 115 with secondary APS. Antiphosph [....] » Read More

Kelsey Bonnici, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Kelsey Bonnici, University of Malta, Malta

The integration of evidence-based practises (EBPs) plays a crucial role in enhancing patient outcomes and lessening the impact of post-stroke disability, particularly in the realm of acute stroke care within the healthcare field. The objective of this study is to explore the vari [....] » Read More

Karen Obillo Calibuso, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Karen Obillo Calibuso, Armed Forces of the Philippines Victoriano Luna Medical Center, Philippines

This is an interesting case of a Full-term 38 weeks newborn, 2950 grams, born with meconium- stained amniotic fluid indicative of intrauterine fetal distress which resulted in complex conditions requiring interventions rarely done in newborns in our set-up. Further, the patient p [....] » Read More

Shuhua Chen, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Shuhua Chen, Capital Medical University, China

Cerebral cortex disconnection surgery is a surgical treatment method for drug-resistant epilepsy patients. By this surgical technique,the connection between the epileptic cerebral tissue and its related structures and adjacent brain tissue were disconnected completely. It means t [....] » Read More

Jinghong Zhang, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jinghong Zhang, Beijing 301 Hospital, China

Introduction: Previous studies have suggested that therapeutic treatments aimed at preserving neuromuscular junction (NMJ) may play an imperative role in fighting against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). However, as far as repetitive nerve stimulation (RNS) test, a technique [....] » Read More

Zhaowei Zhu, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Zhaowei Zhu, The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, China

The repair and regeneration of injured peripheral nerves is a difficult problem in modern medicine. In the current experiment, we found that the expression of Runx2 in Schwann cells (SCs) increased significantly in the early stage of injury after injury, and single-cell sequencin [....] » Read More

Hiroko Tsukamura, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Hiroko Tsukamura, Nagoya University, Japan

Accumulating evidence suggests that hypothalamic kisspeptin neurons are the master regulator for mammalian  reproduction to govern the hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis. Indeed, mutation or deletion of kisspeptin gene (Kiss1) or its receptor gene (GPR54) causes hypog [....] » Read More

Ramuel Spirituel Mattathiah A San Juan, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ramuel Spirituel Mattathiah A San Juan, Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center, Philippines

Background: Reversal of vision metamorphopsia is a transient form of metamorphopsia described as an upside-down alteration of the visual field in the coronal plane. Patients would describe objects, such as cups, upside down but the tea would not spill; and people would walk on th [....] » Read More

Ramuel Spirituel Mattathiah A San Juan, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ramuel Spirituel Mattathiah A San Juan, Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center, Philippines

Background: Infarcts in the lateral medulla do not present with hemiparesis because of the different vascular supply for the corticospinal tract, located in the tegmentum of the medulla. If an infarct of the medulla has hemiparesis, it would be from a medial medullary stroke, and [....] » Read More

Harkomal Verma, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Harkomal Verma, Central University of Punjab, India

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is intricately linked to oxidative stress induced by the accumulation of amyloid beta (Aβ) peptide, disrupting cellular functionality. This comprehensive study investigates the multifaceted impacts of Aβ25-35-induced oxidative stress on hu [....] » Read More

Veronicah Akankunda, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Veronicah Akankunda, Golden Age Elderly Homes Kampala, Uganda

Introduction: Dementia is an age mental disorder that makes victims lose normal functionality that need delicate attention. It has been technically defined as a clinical syndrome characterised by a cluster of symptoms manifested by difficulties in memory, disturbances in spe [....] » Read More

Naser Gilani, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Naser Gilani, Farabi Medical Laboratory, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

With more than 7,000 identified rare diseases and approximately 80 % being linked to genetic causes, diagnosing rare disease patients can often be difficult – resulting in lengthy, expensive, and emotional diagnostic odysseys, but with revolutionary advances in Molecular [....] » Read More

Zeinab Gasavi Nezhad, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Zeinab Gasavi Nezhad, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Science, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Background: Powered gait orthoses are a new group of assistive devices used to rehabilitate people with spinal cord injuries. These orthoses create movement in the joints and lower limbs of spinal cord injury patients through external power caused by electric motors, pneumatic or [....] » Read More

Kaouther Selmi, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Kaouther Selmi, University of Monastir, Tunisia

Neurons are the fundamental units of the brain and the nervous system. The variable structure model of neurons is a system of differential equations with various parameters. By optimizing these parameters, we can create a unique model that describes the dynamic behavior of a sing [....] » Read More

Michelangelo Liban, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Michelangelo Liban, Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center, Philippines

A 36-year-old-male was admitted complaining of headache, right sided weakness and numbness of  upper and lower extremity, and multiple cranial nerve deficits. Cranial magnetic resonance imaging revealed an abscess in the pontomesencephalic junction. Patient was then  di [....] » Read More

Michelangelo Liban, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Michelangelo Liban, Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center, Philippines

A case of a 93 year old Filipina who experienced a sudden onset of left sided hemichoreahemiballismus after falling from a standing height due to dizziness. She was not known to have Diabetes Mellitus nor experienced any symptoms of diabetes aside from its rare neurological manif [....] » Read More

Chao Guo, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Chao Guo, Fourth Military Medical University, China

Background: Ferroptosis, as iron-dependent, exerts a vital role in the pathogenesis and progression of ischemic stroke. Nuclear factor-E2-related factor 2 (Nrf2) can positively regulate the transcription of Recombinant Solute Carrier Family 7, member 11(SLC7A11) and glutathione p [....] » Read More

Milton C R Medeiros, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Milton C R Medeiros, Irmandade Santa Casa de Arapongas PR, Brazil

Post-dural puncture headache (PDPH) is an important and relatively frequent complication after spinal anesthesia. It is intense pain that worsens when sitting or standing and improves when lying down. Epidural blood tamponade is the most effective treatment, but it is invasive. - [....] » Read More

Hyeong Yeong Park, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Hyeong Yeong Park, Chungbuk National University, Korea, Republic of

Brain-computer interface (BCI) is a research field that involves analyzing and classifying signals from brain activity using machine learning or deep learning and applying them to various applications. Speech imagery decoding involves analyzing brain waves induced by the user&rsq [....] » Read More

Jane Marice S Pascual, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Jane Marice S Pascual, Philippine General Hospital, Philippines

Background: Dysautonomia can be seen in some neurologic conditions and is known to increase morbidity if not treated accordingly. It has been poorly addressed in neurological conditions and its debilitating effects may even lead to mortality. Addressing it may lead to improvement [....] » Read More

Sachin G Nair, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Sachin G Nair, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Center, India

Background: With no randomised controlled trials or consensus guidelines for the treatment of anti-NMDAR encephalitis, the heterogeneity in the treatment stratagem has not yet reported any evidence on the therapeutic option of choice when infections ensue during the immunosuppres [....] » Read More

Shreya Bhoj, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Shreya Bhoj, DIT University, India

This research aims at providing an overview of schizophrenia and psychotic disorders, elucidating the complex interplay between neurobiological, environmental, and psychological factors contributing to hallucinations and reality distortion. Additionally, it explores the phenome [....] » Read More

Rwakiseta Herbert, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Rwakiseta Herbert, Golden Age Elderly Homes Kampala, Uganda

This presentation, titled "Tailored Care homes for Neurological Disorders: A Person-Centered Approach," delves into the critical role of care homes and assisted living facilities in developing and implementing individualized care plans for residents with neurological di [....] » Read More

Saadia Sattar, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Saadia Sattar, Aga Khan University, Pakistan

Globally ischemic stroke is the second leading cause of mortality and morbidity among the adult population. Prompt diagnosis of ischemic stroke sub-type can lead to better clinical outcomes. This study aimed to adapt and develop mHealth-based android application ‘InstaDx&rs [....] » Read More

Saadia Sattar, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Saadia Sattar, Aga Khan University, Pakistan

Ischemic stroke is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality globally. The high interfacing ratio of patients to professionals in Pakistan’s population is a great hindrance to access to care. This study intends to develop a computer-aided detection and classification syste [....] » Read More

Loo Shweh Fern, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Loo Shweh Fern, National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore

Introduction: Thoracic spinal cord infarct is a rare but severe disorder that constitute 1-2% of neurological vascular emergencies. The severity, disease trajectory, progression and recovery rate remains a puzzle in view of its varies presentation and rarity. Meth [....] » Read More

Shorog Althubait, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Shorog Althubait, King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia

Introduction: Undiagnosed risk factors (URF) defined as risk factors newly diagnosed during inpatient evaluation for stroke are a missed opportunity for primary stroke prevention; we sought to determine the prevalence of URF among first ever ischemic stroke (IS) cases seen at MUH [....] » Read More

Madhusudhan Umesh, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Madhusudhan Umesh, AIIMS, India

Background: Role of zinc in the maintenance of redox homeostasis have been explored & is established to have antioxidant effects in the body. Presence of zinc in auditory system & its role in deafness & tinnitus is well established. Zinc supplementation has shown to n [....] » Read More

Shaina Mohite, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Shaina Mohite, DIT University, India

Cognitive function plays a crucial role in daily life. Traditional methods for enhancing cognition requires dedicated practice and can be challenging to maintain. This research explores the potential of Electroencephalography (EEG) technology, specifically neurofeedback, as a too [....] » Read More

Thomas J Webster, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Thomas J Webster, Interstellar Therapeutics, United States

Nanomedicine is the use of nanomaterials to improve disease prevention, detection, and treatment which has resulted in hundreds of FDA approved medical products. While nanomedicine has been around for several decades, new technological advances are pushing its boundaries. For exa [....] » Read More

Ulrich Sprick, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Ulrich Sprick, Heinrich Heine University, Germany

Treatments of patients with severe therapy-resistant dementia and depressive disorders repeatedly pose enormous challenges in psychiatry and neurology. Transcranial pulse stimulation (TPS) as a new non-invasive therapy method could represent a new alternative to standard treatmen [....] » Read More

Aldo Bruno, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Aldo Bruno, Vascular Dep PIO XI Clinic Rome, Italy

Purpose: To evaluate the relationship between Meniere’s disease  and chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) using ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, and venography and the effectiveness of angioplasty for reducing the symptoms of inner e [....] » Read More

Raffaele Pilla, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Raffaele Pilla, St. John of God Hospital – Fatebenefratelli, Italy

It has been recently shown that nutritional ketosis is effective against seizure disorders and various acute/chronic neurological disorders. Physiologically, glucose is the primary metabolic fuel for cells. However, many neurodegenerative disorders have been associated with impai [....] » Read More

Evstafeva Elena, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Evstafeva Elena, Sechenov Academic Research Institute of Physical Methods of Treatment, Medical Climatology and Rehabilitation, Russian Federation

Background: Climate change is accompanied by an increasing role of environmental factors as risk factors for the occurrence of emergency states including ones of the nervous system. This problem becomes particularly significant in the southern regions, where there are condit [....] » Read More

Daria Kanshina, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Daria Kanshina, Research Institute of Emergency Pediatric Surgery and Traumatology, Russian Federation

Predicting outcomes of postanoxic states, especially concerning motor function control, is a crucial aspect of the rehabilitation process. This series of clinical observations presents the reorganization of cortical motor representations (primary motor cortex, premotor cortex, su [....] » Read More

Elena Badamshina, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Elena Badamshina, Vitalis Clinic Pain Center, Russian Federation

In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of patients with speech development disorders, respectively, and with cognitive deficits. The identification of the etiology and pathogenetic mechanisms of speech disorders is an important task and is necessary to determin [....] » Read More

Golden Tamon Gayo, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Golden Tamon Gayo, Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center, Philippines

Background: Cryptococcal Meningitis (CM) is the most common central nervous system infection (CNSI) among patients with severe immunodeficiency syndrome secondary to human immune deficiency virus. Co-infection with other CNSI is relatively common especially with TB meningitis and [....] » Read More

Intakhab Alam Khan, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Intakhab Alam Khan, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

Neurological disorder is a factor that affects learning. A Learning Disability is said to be a neurological disorder. A ‘learning disability’ results from a difference in the way a person’s brain “is wired”. Children with Learning Disa [....] » Read More

Rahul Hajare, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Rahul Hajare, Sandip University, India

Innocent smile is a natural transition that consists of biological and psychological changes that occur for children. ADHD, painful, is a common condition of pain that affects a wide range of young children capable of reducing their quality of life, decrease their ability to func [....] » Read More

Anil Kumar Behera, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Anil Kumar Behera, Narayana Health City, India

Chronic refractory headache is challenging clinical entity because management is complex and unsastisfactory. Idiopathic intracranial hypertension is a disorder causing chronic refractory headache that results in isolated increase in intracranial pressure. Among aytpical presenta [....] » Read More

Mohinish S, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mohinish S, Madras Medical College, India

Introduction: Autoimmune Encephalitis (AIE) is closely associated with antibodies against neuronal cell-surface proteins, receptors, and ion channels. However, some forms of disorder have no known antibody presently. In children neurological manifestations are prominent init [....] » Read More

Ntenga Patrice, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ntenga Patrice, University of Lubumbashi, Congo

The disorder of the development of the SN during the embryonic period is at the origin of malformations of cortical development (MDC) which represent a major cause of mental and motor disabilities as well as severe eilepsy. We describe here a syndrome called Kiza-Ntenga syndrome [....] » Read More

Shima Algam Mohamd Musa, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Shima Algam Mohamd Musa, Al-Neelain Research Institute, Sudan

Introduction: Circadian rhythms are regulated by genetic and environmental components. The association of intrinsic and extrinsic factor modulates physiological and individual sleep schedules sleep hygiene and even different chronotype. Evidence suggests evening-type individ [....] » Read More

Mokhtar Arazpour, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mokhtar Arazpour, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Objectives: This study aimed to analyze an electromechanical stance control (SC) knee joint, 'sensor lock', which could potentially solve the problems of walking and energy expenditure in subjects with quadriceps weakness. Methods: Nine subjects with quadriceps [....] » Read More

Elias Mazrooei Rad, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Elias Mazrooei Rad, Khavaran Institute of Higher Education, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Non-linear dynamic analysis has been widely used for physiological signals, and the interesting point is the analysis of the EEG signal of an Alzheimer's patient by this method [2]. The relationship between the non-linear characteristics of the EEG signal of Alzheimer's p [....] » Read More

Saddam Naji Abdu Nasher, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Saddam Naji Abdu Nasher, Marsa international LLC, Saudi Arabia

Accurately extracting brain tissue is a critical and primary step in brain neuroimaging research. Due to the differences in brain size and structure between humans and nonhuman primates, the performance of the existing tools for brain tissue extraction, working on macaq [....] » Read More

Jun Zhang, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jun Zhang, General Hospital of PLA, China

Background: Following traumatic brain injury (TBI), inhibition of the NKCC1 cotransporter has been observed to alleviate damage to the Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB). However, the underlying mechanism for this effect remains unclear. This study aimed to investigate the mechanisms [....] » Read More

Ali Riza Gunes, Speaker at Brain Disorder Conferences
Workshop (In-Person)
Ali Riza Gunes, Alexius/Josef Hospital Neuss, Germany

Background: Atypical dementias often go unrecognized in everyday clinical practice. In 1988, Frank Benson and colleagues first described a case series of 5 patients with progressive visual complaints in the form of Balint's syndrome (visual ataxia, ocular apraxia, simult [....] » Read More

Jean Baptiste Belge, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Workshop (In-Person)
Jean Baptiste Belge, Alexius/Josef Hospital, Neuss, Germany

Non-invasive brain stimulation techniques hold promise for addressing the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's disease (AD). Recent research did reveal significant immediate cognition-enhancing effects of both rTMS and tDCS in AD, with rTMS also showing beneficial lo [....] » Read More

Dilana Hazer Rau, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Workshop (In-Person)
Dilana Hazer Rau, Storz Medical AG, Switzerland

Transcranial Pulse Stimulation (TPS) is a non-invasive procedure for the treatment of patients with Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer is the most current form of dementia, affecting millions of patients worldwide. As a neurodegenerative disease, it is associated with a prog [....] » Read More

Oliver Seemann, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Workshop (In-Person)
Oliver Seemann, Psychiatriezentrum Breitenau, Switzerland

rTMS (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) is yet a well know neurostimulation technique, which is now challenged by TPS (transcranial pulse stimulation). TMS has been investigated since around 40 years and conquered an undisputed place in clinical treatment, most of all [....] » Read More

Dasari Sreenivas, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Dasari Sreenivas, Chalmeda Ananad Rao Medical College, India

A 12-year-old girl presented to the neurology department with complaints of difficulty in walking for 3 years. Parents noticed slurred speech and posturing of fingers and toes while walking since 2years. She was born of consanguineous parentage. She had normal motor and mental mi [....] » Read More

Mehdi Sheikhi, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Mehdi Sheikhi, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Stroke is a leading cause of morbidity and second cause of mortality worldwide. Early participation in rehabilitation treatments such as neurostimulant drugs showed to be beneficial. Amantadine usually used as Parkinson disease treatment, is prescribed in patients with traumatic [....] » Read More

Mouna Naguezi, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Mouna Naguezi, Fattouma Bourguiba University Hospital, Tunisia

Background and Aims: Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) has been associated with Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source (ESUS) . It remains uncertain whether PFO is the direct etiology or an incidental finding.  The aim of our study was to analyze the incidence and characteristi [....] » Read More

Simona Yoffe Deri, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Simona Yoffe Deri, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Congenital heart defect (CHD) is the most common of all congenital defects, affecting nearly 1% of live births. Brain injuries and adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes after pediatric heart surgery remain a dominant focus of improving clinical care Cerebral injury resulting f [....] » Read More

El Hadj Khengaoui, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
El Hadj Khengaoui, EPH Bouguerra Boulaaras, Algeria

A Case ReportIntroduction Marcus Gunn syndrome is a rare genetic condition that combines congenital neurogenic ptosis with mandibulopalpebral synkinesis. This synkinesis involves the involuntary elevation of the drooping upper eyelid during certain mandibular movements, particula [....] » Read More

Frank Owen Bastian, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Frank Owen Bastian, Bastian Enterprises, United States

Creutzfeldt Jakob disease (CJD) is a fatal transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE) similar to diseases occurring in animals. Management of these diseases has been a disaster over the past fifty years since there has been total reliance on a flawed theory regarding pathogene [....] » Read More

Wagih El Masri, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Wagih El Masri, Keele University, United Kingdom

Fortunately the incidence of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury (TSCI) is rare 10-50/million population/year. Trauma to the spinal cord however results in a multi-system physiological impairment and malfunction, paralysis, sensory loss and a potential wide range of medical and non-medi [....] » Read More

Zhenhuan Liu, Speaker at Brain Conference
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Zhenhuan Liu, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, China

Objective: To investigate the effect of and Acupuncture on brain plasticity and motor development in children with cerebral palsy. Investigate effect on mechanism of apoptosis of brain nerve cells, regulating the expression of neurotrophic factors, promoting the remodeling of ner [....] » Read More

Torbjorn Backstrom, Speaker at Brain Conference
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Torbjorn Backstrom, Umea Neurosteroid Research Center, Sweden

Gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain and GABA-ergic transmission is important for the regulation of learning and memory. The progesterone metabolite allopregnanolone (Allo) is a potent positive GABA-A receptor modulating steroid (GA [....] » Read More

Robert B Slocum, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Robert B Slocum, University of Kentucky HealthCare, United States

Patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES), also known as Functional Seizures (FS), have involuntary paroxysmal episodes that resemble epileptic seizures but without organic etiology. Patients with PNES are frequently misdiagnosed and mistreated for epileptic seizures [....] » Read More

Roger H Coletti, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Roger H Coletti, Interventional Health, United States

It has been noted by multiple researchers that there is Spontaneous Electrical Activity (SEA) at painful trigger points. This author has studied chronic muscle spasm and found that SEA is always present and appears to be the cause for the chronic nature of muscle spasm and result [....] » Read More

Suren A Tatulian, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Suren A Tatulian, University of Central Florida, United States

The amyloid b (Ab) peptide is a major hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The 42- and 40-amino acid peptides (Aβ1-42, Aβ1-40) are the most prevalent toxic Aβ species, but the pyroglutamylated forms (AβpE3-42, AβpE3-40) also occur in large quantiti [....] » Read More

Yiwen Chen, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Yiwen Chen, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, United States

Glioblastoma (GBM), grade IV glioma, is the most prevalent/malignant primary brain tumor in adults. The therapeutic benefit from standard treatment remains limited and median survival of GBM patients is around 15 months. Glioblastoma stem cell-like cells (GSCs) are a su [....] » Read More

Brandon Lucke Wold, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Brandon Lucke Wold, University of Florida, United States

The present review aimed to establish an understanding of the pathophysiology of leptomeningeal disease as it relates to late-stage development among different cancer types. For our purposes, the focused metastatic malignancies include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, primar [....] » Read More

Subatharshini Sountharalingam, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Subatharshini Sountharalingam, Goulburn Valley Health, Australia

Background: Guillain Barre syndrome (GBS) is a very well-studied condition in neurology which usually associated with antecedent infections, predominantly gastroenteritis or chest infection over the past few weeks. Among its variants, acute motor and sensory axonal neuropath [....] » Read More

Salim Hirani, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Salim Hirani, Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital, United Kingdom

Ulnar nerve entrapment across the elbow (UNEAE) and across wrist (UNEAW) is the second most common entrapment of the hand after carpal tunnel syndrome. There are few gradings available for UNEAE and lesser in UNEAW. The aim of this research is to create a clinically appropriate u [....] » Read More

Salim Hirani, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Salim Hirani, Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital, United Kingdom

The grading systems proposed by Bland and Padua are the most commonly used are very old and and both have limitations. The aim of this research is to establish, using the best available evidence, a clinically appropriate revision of the current CTS nerve conduction grading tool, [....] » Read More

Cristine Alves Da Costa, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Cristine Alves Da Costa, Institute of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, France

Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by progressive loss of dopaminergic neurons and the presence of intracellular inclusions, named Lewy bodies that are mainly composed of misfolded proteins. The accumulation of misfolded proteins is a molecu [....] » Read More

Irene Fasciani, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Irene Fasciani, University of L'Aquila, Italy

Parkinson's disease (PD), after Alzheimer's, is the second most important age-related neurodegenerative disease whose prevalence and incidence increase almost exponentially with age and reach a peak after the age of 80. PD is primarily characterized by a selective loss of [....] » Read More

Francesco Petragnano, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Francesco Petragnano, University of L’Aquila, Italy

Parkinson's disease (PD) stands out as one of the most prevalent neurodegenerative conditions, typically manifesting in later stages of life, characterized by the gradual deterioration of motor functions. Recently identified environmental factors either increase the risk or d [....] » Read More

Olga M Bazanova, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Olga M Bazanova, State Research Inst. Neuroscience and Medicine, Russian Federation

Considerable interest has been, and still is, generated by the potential performance enhancing benefits of EEG biofeedback or Neurofeedback training (NFT). A plausible rationale for such training, with an aim to improve mood and or enhance cognition, can be made based upon what i [....] » Read More

Shaoyuan Li, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Shaoyuan Li, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, China

Currently, most clinical practice and scientific research revolves around a single disease or system, and the single disease-oriented diagnostic and therapeutic paradigm needs to be broken. This review describes how transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation (taVNS), a nove [....] » Read More

Keliang Xie, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Keliang Xie, Tianjin Medical University General Hospital, China

Although the incidence of unruptured intracranial aneurysms (UIA) ranges from 2% to 5%, aneurysm rupture is a critical and critical condition in neurosurgery, posing a fatal threat to patients. The burden of UIA is considerable in stroke patients. However, the best prev [....] » Read More

Bo He, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Bo He, The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, China

Objectives: To compare the protein coding transcripts differences before and after different induction time of adipose-derived stem cell (ADSC)-induced Schwann-like cells (iSCs). Methods: Isolation of ADSCs from healthy adult female rats was performed. The iSCs of 7 days and 1 [....] » Read More

Al Borhan Bayazid, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Al Borhan Bayazid, Konkuk University, Korea, Republic of

The escalating prevalence of particulate matter (PM) has prompted significant apprehensions regarding its detrimental impact on human health. This research delves into the potential of FBBR in alleviating the effects induced by PM2.5 in both SH-SY5Y cells and mice exposed to PM2. [....] » Read More

Sawsan Zaitone, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Sawsan Zaitone, University of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

Background: Caffeic acid phenethyl ester is found in honey bee propolis. It has immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory and anti- cancer properties. Rotenone is a pesticide commonly used for inducing experimental Parkinson’s disease (PD) due to complex I inhibition and microgli [....] » Read More

Kunal Joon, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Kunal Joon, NIIMS, India

Memory is retrieved from the different cortex through the memory retrieval circuit. This circuit involves psychical cortex which convert them and comprehend them and send to motor speech area and person recognize it. Memory  retrieval  process Memory retrieval c [....] » Read More

Ayisha Farooq Khan, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Ayisha Farooq Khan, Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan

Background: Periodic discharges in electroencephalograms (EEGs) represent rhythmic wave patterns and can signal acute or subacute brain damage. While they may predispose patients to seizures, not all are epileptiform. This study focuses on electrographical periodic discharges and [....] » Read More

Fatemehsadat Seyedaghamiri, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Fatemehsadat Seyedaghamiri, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Alzheimer`s disease (AD) is considered a progressing neurodegenerative disease and is an important cause of aging related dementia that leads to cognitive impairment and neuronal death. AD is directly related to increased amyloid precursor protein (APP) expression and increased t [....] » Read More

Lionel Stany Tsomene, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Lionel Stany Tsomene, University of Yaounde, Cameroon

The genus Bridelia is known to contain diverse secondary metabolites isolated which exhibited biological activities. The aim of this study was the isolation, in vitro, molecular docking and in silico studies of four (4) bioactive phenolic compounds with a potential anti-depressiv [....] » Read More

Chinna Orish, Speaker at Brain Disorder Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Chinna Orish, University of Portharcourt, Nigeria

The "leaky pipeline" is a well-documented phenomenon in the field of neuroscience, illustrating the attrition of female talent at various stages of their careers. Despite substantial gains in recent years, women continue to encounter unique and systemic challenges that [....] » Read More

Sabria Khouadja, Speaker at Brain Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Sabria Khouadja, University Hospital of Mahdia, Tunisia

Introduction: Personality disorders are common in the general population and are a major concern for hospital clinicians, given their comorbidity with other psychiatric and addictive disorders. The aims of our study were to describe the sociodemographic, clinical, and therapeutic [....] » Read More

Stacey Main, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Stacey Main, Geisinger Medical Center, United States

Background: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an abnormal immune-mediated response that results in damage within the central nervous system causing physical limitations, cognitive changes, and psychological distress. With the advent of disease-modifying therapy (DMT), patients can exper [....] » Read More

Shahryar Zainaee, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Shahryar Zainaee, Bowling Green State University, United States

Introduction: Swallowing is a fundamental physiological process for individual health and survival. The cerebellum has an integral function in regulating motor control and coordination; however, its specific role in swallowing physiology remains poorly characterized in humans. Th [....] » Read More

Calista Long, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Calista Long, Penn State College of Medicine, United States

Primrose syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant disorder with less than 1000 reported cases in the United States. All reported probands show de novo ZBTB20 pathogenic variant and are characterized by recognizable facial phenotype, macrocephaly with developmental delay, sensor [....] » Read More

Nidhi Patel, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Nidhi Patel, Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, United States

Objective: Raise awareness of medication induced toxic myopathy. Background: Myopathy encompasses increase of creatine kinase, myalgia, muscle weakness, rhabdomyolysis.  Statins and colchicine carry a risk of myopathy. The mechanism of statin-induced myopathy is i [....] » Read More

Cristian Ravariu, Speaker at Neurological Disorders Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Cristian Ravariu, Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania

The dopamine measurement in human blood or urine could be an valuable index in the neuropsychiatric disorders. Dopamine belongs to a class of analytes for biosensors, known as neurotransmitters from the catecholamine family. Neurotransmitters have implications in brain functions, [....] » Read More

Marina Titova, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Marina Titova, Siberian State Medical University of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Russian Federation

Introduction: Data on the genetic heterogeneity of autoimmune diseases of the nervous system, among which the most common is multiple sclerosis (MS), stimulate many studies to search for links between individual gene polymorphisms and the risk of developing diseases, their c [....] » Read More

Monika Sharma, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Monika Sharma, AIIMS Jodhpur, India

In India, a considerable portion of the population is affected by mental illnesses due to inadequate coverage of mental health care. Psychiatric disorders pose increasing challenges from both sociological and economic standpoints. Physicians confront difficulties in opt [....] » Read More

Hasmik Zanginyan, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Hasmik Zanginyan, Institute of Molecular biology NA S RA, Armenia

Special attention is directed towards understanding the mechanisms underlying the development of multiple sclerosis, with a particular focus on humoral immune factors, including cytokines and circulating immune complexes (CICs). These factors play a pivotal role in the processes [....] » Read More

Alon Gorenshtein, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Alon Gorenshtein, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Background: Female sex is a known risk factor for long-COVID. With the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, the corresponding number of survivors is also expected to rise. To the best of our knowledge, no systematic review has specifically addressed the gender differences in [....] » Read More

Alon Gorenshtein, Speaker at Brain Disorders Events
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Alon Gorenshtein, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Background: Individuals suffering from long-COVID can present with “brain fog” characterized by a range of cognitive impairments such as confusion, short-term memory loss, and difficulty concentrating. To date, several potential interventions for brain fog have b [....] » Read More

Guanghui Deng, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Guanghui Deng, Yongchuan People’s Hospital of Chongqing, China

Objective: This review aims to explore the effects of personalized care and early rehabilitation on patients with intracerebral hemorrhage and how these approaches improve patient survival rates and functional outcomes. Methods and Materials: The literature review primarily reli [....] » Read More

Xiong Yujin, Speaker at Brain Conference
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Xiong Yujin, People's Hospital of Chongqing City, China

Background: On the basis of conventional treatment, explore the clinical efficacy of acupuncture calming the mind on the functional impact of patients with post-stroke depression (PSD). Methods: Select hospitalized PSD patients treated in our hospital from January 2019 to Dece [....] » Read More

Wenqiang Tao, Speaker at Neurology Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Wenqiang Tao, Chongqing Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, China

Background: Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) and atrial fibrillation (AF) has been previously linked to elevated risk of ischemic strokes. However, the additive impact of both OSAS and AF on the long-term outcomes of patients with ischemic stroke remains largely unknown. [....] » Read More

Watsapp