Our aim to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Neuroscience and Brain Disorders.
To provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent solutions adopted in the fields of Neuroscience and Brain Disorders.
Early Bird Registration
May 28, 2021
December 02-04, 2021
International Conference on Neuroscience and Brain Disorders invites all the participants across the globe to discuss about ongoing research and findings in clinical psychology and neuroscience. The conference will held on December 02-04, 2021 at Rome, Italy . It will provide unlimited access to all participants about new technical and scientific achievements that will help in shaping future research in this field.
This world-class event includes inspiring plenary talks, informative lectures, several keynote presentations, poster and video presentations, symposiums and exhibition where students, business delegates, researches and academic members can unveil their research findings while discussing current challenges and solutions in these disciplines.
The scientific and social program is designed to facilitate and stimulate knowledge exchange between scientists of different disciplines and career stages. We therefore welcome a multidisciplinary scientific audience of researchers, clinicians, students, and post-docs to participate in this stimulating event.
The meeting draws prominent keynote speakers providing deep insights on the subject. It has a diverse range of parallel seminar sessions over both days, arranged in such a way that most participants will find sessions of their interest throughout the program. This approach creates an ideal atmosphere to advance research and promote the interaction between established senior and junior scientists.
We are looking forward to see you at Neuro-2021 in Rome, Italy
What to expect from the Congress?
* Best chance to meet worldwide eminent personalities.
* Information patching up with most recent improvements in the field.
* Speaker’s biography & abstracts are well indexed.
* B2B openings with the Key Opinion Leaders.
* Best platform for outstanding network from the people across the globe.
* To achieve the best abstract title and best speaker talk and poster presentation.
* Opportunity to get featured to sponsors and industry delegates.
* Encourage YRFs and other student delegates.
* Best chance to discover most extreme presentation and proclaim research Excellency.
* Excellent Keynote and Short Talks.
* Conference Kit.
Guidelines for Abstract Submission:
Director Multiple Sclerosis Division University of Minnesota USA
Dr. Flavia Nelson is the Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Division, and a Professor of Neurology at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Prior to that, she was the Interim Director of the MS Research Group at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, where she co-directed the MRI-Analysis Center. She received her MD degree at UACH in Mexico and completed two residencies; Internal Medicine at Texas Tech University Health Science Center and Neurology at UT Health Science Center where she was chief resident and received the “excellence in teaching” award. She then completed a research/clinical fellowship in MS with focus on imaging under Professor Emeritus Jerry Wolinsky MD. She is a pioneer in the imaging of cortical gray matter lesions in MS and establishing a correlation with cognitive impairment. Currently her expertise extends to applications of multimodal MRI to detect cognitive changes in MS. She has received NIH funding to support her research, and received the NMSS Entrepreneur award to develop the recently updated “MS relapse tracker” app. Dr. Nelson is currently the Chair of the Healthcare Provider Council for the National MS Society, Upper Midwest Chapter. She is a fellow of the American Neurological Association and the American Academy of Neurology. She has had multiple recognitions for her work such as “America’s top Doctors” and “Female Executive of the Year Award”. She has multiple publications on MRI findings in MS; she has participated in centralized MRI analysis of important worldwide multicenter trials. She has served as the chair and reviewer for the Department of Defense MS research program, and as reviewer for the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Guangzhou Medical University China
Professor LIU ZHEN-HUAN?is the deputy manager of the Affiliated Maternity and Child Care Hospital of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. The director of the Rehabilitation Child of hospital, and the Doctoral tutor of the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. Prof. Liu became one of the paediatricians who received the special state Council allowance in China in 1994, was given the title of the prominent contribute youth expert by the Healthy Ministry of China in 2002, Prof. Liu got the honour of “model worker in nationwide”. In addition, Prof. Liu is also the adjunct professor of The Chinese university of Hong Kong and Pharmacy and the Health Institute of Indonesian Ministry of Health. Professor Liu is famous Pediatric Neurology /Acupuncture Doctor in The world Prof. Liu has the experience of more than 30 years specializing in TCM- Western pediatrics studies and 20 years in rehabilitation for cerebral palsy. He founded the Rehabilitation Centre for Cerebral Palsy of the Affiliated Maternity and Child Care Hospital of Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine?which is one of the world's renowned medical department. Since foundation, it has received more than 30,000 children with mental retardation and cerebral palsy from many countries, including China, the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Singapore, Poland, etc. Prof. Liu has also actively involved in the academic field. Since 1993, he has been giving seminars and academic exchange programs with world renowned scholars from Oxford University, Cambridge University, in the field of the application and assessment of the application of acupuncture treatment for brain and cerebral palsy rehabilitation in children throughout the world such as The United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, Norway, and so on.
Ludwig Maximilians UniversityHallpike-Nylen Award Germany
Prof. Dr. Michael Strupp studied medicine at the Technical University of Aachen and in Rochester, N.Y. Then he worked for three years in basic neurophysiological research, mainly doing patch-clamp recordings (at Baylor College, Houston, in Montpellier and in Munich), before he moved to the Department of Neurology at the University and the German Centre for Vertigo and Balance Disorders at the University of Munich, Germany. His particular area of interest is the therapy of vestibular, ocular motor and cerebellar disorders. Some of his major achievements are: First, demonstration of the effectiveness of vestibular exercises in acute vestibular neuritis in a controlled clinical trial. Second, the benefit of steroids in acute vestibular neuritis, a placebo-controlled, four-arm trial published in the NEJM. Third, introduction of three new therapeutic principles: aminopyridines, as potassium channel blockers, for the treatment of downbeat, upbeat and central positioning nystagmus as well as episodic ataxia type 2; chlorzoxazone for the therapy of downbeat nystagmus; and, more recently, acetyl-DL-leucine for the treatment of ataxias and Niemann-Pick Type C. Fourth, the development of new light and practical examination glasses for nystagmus: the “M glasses”. Currently he is the principal investigator of six ongoing clinical trials. He is very much engaged in the “International Classification of Vestibular Disorders”, leading two of the groups. He has authored 342 pubmed listed papers and five books on vertigo, dizziness and ocular motor disorders. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Frontiers in Neuro-otology, Joint Chief Editor of the Journal of Neurology and a Member of the Editorial Board of Neurology. He has received many clinical and scientific awards, including the Hallpike-Nylen Award 2106, is a very passionate teacher and was awarded ‘Best Teacher’ by the German Neurological Society.
University of Exeter UK
Prof. Dario Furnari Human Performance, Human Movement Anatomy, PhD in Neuroscience, Research Psychology,nanotechnology ,Traumatology&Orthopedic, Project Manager , Strength and Conditioning specialist Physical Therapy,Skynesiology and Spinology, Exercise Physiology,Spa Therapist Physiology,Support Health Worker, aesthetic medical, sports masseur, expert in postural gymnastics, psychology and psychomotor for the elderly and special children or with learning disabilities. Coach and athletic trainer of various sports (football, swimming, volleyball, basketball, hockey, tennis, swimming). Spa&Clinical Manager, Lecturer in neurorehabilitation kinesiology, nanotechnology, a specialist in aesthetic gymnastics, weight-loss, and pre and postnatal, Osteopathy, Psicomotricist, aesthetic and lymphatic drainage. The lines of research on which I worked at the Department of Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences, section of applied physiology and kinesiology and motion control, have been in the field of neuroscience, in particular in the role of beta-amyloid and glycoprotein F3 in the synaptic plasticity of hippocampal memory of mice and then in Alzheimer's disease; I dealt with behavior and various behavioral tests in mice; of electrophysiology of in vitro slices of hippocampus, stereotaxy and cannulation implantation, administration of drugs and animal welfare. In addition, I have helped other laboratories in the analysis of human movement, in neuropharmacology, in motor learning and control, in the performance of elite athletes in training programming, in rehabilitation, in the measurement of lactate in the physiology physical exercise.
University of MessinaItaly
Dr.Marika Cordaro graduated in biology at the University of Messina in 2015. She has completed his PhD in “Applied Biology and Experimental Medicine” at the Department of Biological and Enviromental Sciences at University of Messina, Italy in the year 2017. She is a researcher in physiology, with particular interest in cell physiology and molecular mechanism underlyng inflammation. In particular, Dr Cordaro, during her research activity, produced about 99 articles that attest a diffuse interest in the field of inflammation and oxidative stress neurological disorder-related. She also interest endocrine disruptors and in its role in neurological deficits. Her research is involved in preclinical studies for the discovery of physiological cellular response that could be used as new potential therapeutic targets. Dr. Cordaro have knowledge about animals research, behavioral alterations, biochemical and molecular biology and immunohistochemical analysis. Additionally, she has been serving as an editorial board member of several cited
University of Messina Italy
Dr. Roberta Fusco has completed the bachelor degree in chemistry and pharmaceutical technologies at the University of Naples Federico II in 2014. Dr. Roberta Fusco has completed her PhD in Applied Biology and Experimental Medicine in the year 2019 by University of Messina. Additionally, she worked at Yale University School of Medicine and performed postdoctoral studies at University of Messina. She worked as researcher for studies on preclinical pharmacology activities (in vitro primary cultures and in vivo experimental models), for the Epitech Group, biological pharmacology company. Now she is a Researcher at the University of Messina. She has published more than 60 articles in reputed journals about biochemistry, oxidative stress and pharmacology. Her research is involved in preclinical studies for the discovery of new biochemical markers. Dr. Roberta Fusco have knowledge about animals research, biochemical and molecular biology and immunohistochemical analysis. Her research field involved neuroinflammation and biochemistry of central nervous system
University of Pisa Italy
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University of California San FranciscoUSA
Dr. Susanna Rosi is the Lewis and Ruth Cozen Chair II, Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Science and Neurological Surgery and Director of Neurocognitive Research at the Brain and Spinal Injury Center. The Rosi laboratory studies how brain injury and neuroinflammation impact cognitive functions. Her work provided the first mechanistic evidence for the role of microglia in the development of cognitive deficits after therapeutic brain irradiation and charged particle exposure. Her studies uncovered sex-dependent differences in behavioral and cognitive response to irradiation demonstrating promising cellular and molecular intervention targets for cognitive deficits. Her work advanced our understanding of charged particle-induced cognitive challenges in a sex-dimorphic manner, provided evidence for early peripheral biomarkers for identifying late cognitive deficits, and offered potential therapeutic strategies for mitigating radiation-induced cognitive loss. For her significant contribution to the field of normal tissue radiation she received the 2021JW Osborne Award. She discovered the role of the integrated stress response in traumatic brain injury and aging. Her collaborative work with Peter Walter was first to demonstrate the curative effects of ISRIB in TBI-induced dementia, as well as its rejuvenating effects on cognitive brain function in aged mice.
Co-founder and CSO POCKiT diagnostics Ltd UK
Edoardo has a background in Biochemistry and Biotechnology, acquired during his BSc and MSc at the San Raffaele University in Milan, Italy. Edoardo continues his career as a Metabolomics and Mass Spectrometry Specialist at the MRC Cancer Unit in Cambridge, UK, where he conducted several collaborative projects on biomarker discovery for a wide range of diseases including ischemia, cancer, neuroinflammation, and rare metabolic disorders. He then enrolled in a PhD programme in Oncology at the University of Cambridge (UK), where he studied the metabolic dependencies of cancer cells, with a focus on mitochondrial metabolism and hypoxia. After his PhD, Edoardo moved to the industry sector where he worked as a Biomarker Research Scientist at Owlstone Medical. Edoardo then co-founded Pockit diagnostics Ltd, where he is leading the scientific output of the company since 2018. During his scientific career, Edoardo published over 40 original research articles and reviews, and contributed to the filing of 3 international patents.
University of Nottingham Uk
Dr. Abdulmajeed Alotaibi is a lecturer in Radiological Sciences Program at King Saud bin Abdul-Aziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS) in Saudi Arabia. He served before joining KSAU-HS as an MRI specialist at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Saudi Arabia. He earned his dual-pathway master degree of sciences in Biomedical Imaging (MRI research/clinical tracks) from Boston University and his dual-track undergraduate degree in radiological sciences from Southern Illinois University in USA. He also finished his first internship in cross-sectional imaging at Baptist Health Paducah in Kentucky, USA followed by another clinical and research internship in Neuroimaging at Boston Medical Center in Massachusetts, USA. Currently, he is a neuroimaging PhD student at the University of Nottingham/Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. His research interests focus on structural and functional MRI in multiple sclerosis and diabetes.
Sapienza University of Rome Italy
Giulia Federica, Mancini, PhD. My interest in neuroscience started in 2016 during my master’s thesis work when I evaluated the effects induced by two psychostimulants, amphetamine and the 3,4- methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), on generalization of fear memory and their relative neurobiological underpinnings. The passion and determination I demonstrated during my master’s thesis work have prompted me to continue the study in the neuroscience field as a PhD. My PhD research project aimed at investigating the effects induced by early-life adverse experiences on the vulnerability and resilience to stress-related disorders in adult rats and the mechanisms underlying such effects. I love challenges, trying to learn as much as possible in order to improve my skills and qualities.
Dublin City UniversityIreland
Dr Natália Resende is currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellow at Adapt Centre, School of Computing, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. Her expertise is in the domains of Psycholinguistics, Cognitive AI and Machine Translation. More recently, her work focuses on investigating how Machine Translation systems (such as the popular Google Translate system) impact the processing of a second language in the human brain. Natália Resende is graduated in English teaching from Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. She has received her PhD in Psycholinguistics from the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil in 2015 and her masters in Natural Language Processing from Wolverhampton University, United Kingdom, in 2009.
University of Bucharest Romania
Prof. Emeritus Radu Mutihac is Chair of Medical Physics Section, University of Bucharest, and works in Neuroscience, Signal Processing, Microelectronics, and Artificial Intelligence. As postdoc/research associate/visiting professor/full professor, he run his research at the University of Bucharest, International Centre for Theoretical Physics (Italy), Ecole Polytechnique and Institut Henri Poincaré (France), KU Leuven (Belgium). Data mining and exploratory analysis of neuroimaging time series were addressed during two Fulbright Grants in Neuroscience (Yale University, CT, and University of New Mexico, NM, USA). His research in fused biomedical imaging modalities was carried out at the Johns Hopkins University, National Institutes of Health, and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, MD, USA. In 2008, Prof. Mutihac was nominated PhD student supervisor in the field of Physics at the University of Bucharest, Romania. Prof. Mutihac is member of the ISMRM, ESMRMB, OHBM, Romanian US Alumni Association, and fellow of Signal Processing and Neural Networks Society IEEE, as well as referee for several journals of the Institute of Physics (London, UK), Neural Networks (Elsevier), IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, and evaluator/expert for the ISMRM, OHBM, ARACIS, CNCSIS, UEFISCDI, The Romanian – U.S. Fulbright Commission, and the European Commission (FP7, H2020). Prof. Mutihac published over 120 scientific papers in reputed peer-reviewed journals, 12 monographs, and contributed with chapters in other 10 textbooks published by renowned scientific publishing houses. He participated in more than 150 scientific meetings with posters and oral presentations, seminars, invited and plenary lectures, as well as acting as member of the organizing committees, special session organizer, chairperson, and keynote speaker. Following his scientific activity, Prof. Mutihac has been nominated scientific referee for 12 journals, such as IOP, IEEE journals and alike, as well as Member of the Editorial Board of several journals in the field of Neuroscience: J. Romanian College of Medical Physicists, J. Childhood and Developmental Disorders, J. Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience, Medical and Clinical Reviews, J. of Translational Neurosciences, Epilepsy J., The Neurologist - Clinical and Therapeutics J., Advances in Neurology and Neuroscience., and J. of Neuroscience and Neurological Surgery.
Researcher University of Italian Switzerland Italy
Mr. Raffaele Balsano pursuing his M.Sc. in Cognitive Psychology in Health Communication. He did his B.Sc. in Psychological Sciences and Methods and Philosophy His present research area is Cognitive Psychology in health communication. His Research area are into Human-Technology Interaction and Cyberpsychology, Research in Cognitive Neuroscience, Health Communication & Social Marketing,Industrial Psychology Digital Innovation, Healthcare Management.