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The 3rd International Webinar on Neuroscience and Psychiatry is Organized by Scientex conferences during November 23-24, 2023 focused on the theme “Modern Revolution for the Future of Neuroscience and Psychiatry”. Attendees had the opportunity to receive an e-certificate of attendance. Join this intimate forum to create meaningful partnerships with 50+ Neuroscience experts. Translate key technological & mechanistic neuroscience advances into the clinic.
Webinar Scientific Sessions
- Neuroscience and Neurology...
- Neuroimmunology ...
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatr...
- Psychology and Mental Health...
- Paediatric Neurology...
- Adult Neurogenesis and Cell Bi...
- Neuroinfections and Neuroinfla...
- Neuropharmacology and Neuroend...
- Alzheimer Disease, Ageing and ...
- Stroke and Trauma...
- Brain and Neurological Disorde...
- Neuroimaging and pathology...
- Neurotherapeutics, Diagnostics...
- Neurological Complications of ...
Past Webinar Presentation
Past Webinar Presentation Links
Title : PET imaging probes for neuroinflammation
Changning Wang, Harvard Medical School, USA
Title : Modeling the microbiota-gut-brain axis role in age-related neurological disorders with a galectin-4-deficient mouse strain
Arancha Mora-Rubio; María Elvira Brocca, Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos (SESCAM), Spain
Title : Normoprolactinemic galactorrhea in a depressed adolescent: A case report
Diashania Gibaja, Psychiatrist in Public hospital, Perú
Title : Clinical pharmacology of Marijuana
Frederick J Goldstein, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA
Title : Adolescent mental health during COVID 19 confinement
Jayanti Mishra, KIIT University, India
Title : AI-driven target identification for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Frank Pun, Insilico Medicine, Hong Kong
Title : Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) for people with mild-to moderate dementia: evidence of efficacy and role of individual characteristics
Elena Carbone, University of Padova, Italy
Title : Neuroengineering, brain-machine interface, and artificial intelligence as the future of treating neurological disorders and diseases
Begum Bulgurluoglu, Hisar Schools, Turkey
Title : Behavioural addictions and health benefits of daily life habits: Focusing on the reward system
Hironobu Fujiwara, Kyoto University, Japan
Title : Integration of mental health comorbidity in medical specialty programs in 20 countries
Diana Patricia Guízar Sánchez, National University of Mexico, Mexico
Title : Dynamics of the ‘cognitive’ P3b brain wave at rest for AD prediction in MCI
Camillo Porcaro, Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy
Title : Updates on mechanisms of protection and neuronal damage of the neuroglycopenia
Daniel Arturo Martínez Piña, Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía, Mexico
Title : Regularity of IQ rise with an interpersonal therapy
Gilbert Kliman, Regularity of IQ rise with an interpersonal therapy
Title : Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures-The empirical evidence weighs in
Catherine A Carlson, Private Practitioner, USA
Title : The ?slamic veil, the domestic environment, and femininity
FatmaZehra Fidan, Turkey
Title : A biosemiotic modeling of the body-“Self” synechism
Maria Asuncion L Magsino, University of Asia and the Pacific, Philippines
Title : Is it possible to create a theory of psychotherapy?
Oleg Avilov, South Urals State Medical University, Russian Federation
Title : Why a good neuropsychological assessment is vital in treatment planning: What you can learn and the limitations
Mary Hynes Danielak, The Counseling and Development Center, USA
Title : Hypothalamic injury following surgery for craniopharyngioma causing immediate postoperative death
Mohammed Musheer Ahmed, Shyam Shah Medical college, India
Title : Psychiatric aspects of bariatric surgery - Obesity an escalating problem
Kamila Ivanova, Teaching Hospital Trnava, Slovakia
Title : The effect of microbial metabolites on the outcome of the consequences of brain damage
Natalia Beloborodova, Federal Research and Clinical Center of Intensive Care Medicine and Rehabilitology, Russian Federation
Title : Development of fast acting and single molecule antidepressants based on nuclear receptor mechanism
Jing Du, Capital Medical University, China
Title : Impulse response of a music note of an acoustic guitar
Minakshi Pradeep Atre, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India
Title : The information and communication rehabilitation technology with biofeedback in restoration of the upper limb dysfunction in after-stroke patients: A randomized controlled trial
Ludmila V Petrova, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Russian Federation
Title : Challenges in dementia studies
Kevin T Ong, Armadale Health Service, Australia
Title : The outcome of Eating Disorders(EDs): Longitudinal study for pregnancy, afterbirth including mother and child complications
Mariko Makino, Toho University, Japan
Title : Gambling disorder and “culpability” in forensic psychiatric evaluations
Simone Montaldo, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Title : Pathophysiology and clinical implications of cognitive dysfunction in fibromyalgia
Rosemary Siby, Steppinghill hospital, UK
Title : Judo as an alternative rehabilitation method in multiple sclerosis
Katarzyna Wiszniewska, Stanislaw Staszic University of Applied Sciences, Poland
Title : Leveraging advanced analytics to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on trends in substance use disorders
Mehdi Nekouei, Symphony Health, ICON, plc., USA
Title : Is homophobia related to psychopathology?
Walfred Rueda, Proyecto Mente Creativa A.C., Mexico
Title : Immune system and its relation to depression
Wati Evilia, Udayana University, Indonesia
Title : Vagal nerve-mediated expression of brain-derived neurotrophic factor induced by the intraperitoneal administration of a chemokine CX3CL1
Yoshinori Takei, Toho University, Japan
Title : The Effect of naringin on histological changes of the hippocampus and behavior in the valproic acid induced autism
Yasaman Mahdizadeh Darban, Babol University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Title : Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease among long-term hospitalized patients with schizophrenia in a public psychiatric hospital
Tso-Jen Wang, Yuli Hospital, MOHW, Taiwan
What will be discussed?
• Insights in Neuroscience and Psychiatry
• Diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders
• Recent advances in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases
• Current trends in mental health
• Neurological complications of Covid_19
Why you must attend?
The platform featuring nationally recognised clinical experts, researchers, and government officials in the field of Neuroscience and Psychiatry to provide clinicians with the most up-to-date evidence-based treatments for their patients. Attendees will be fetched with the following benefits, Reach the wider audience, meet skilled specialists and influencers face to face, Networking Opportunities, grow your skilled Network, New Tips & ways, Hear regarding the most recent analysis.
NEUROSCIENCE 2023: WHEN, WHAT AND WHY?
Webinar Name: 3rd International Webinar on Neuroscience and Psychiatry
Theme: Modern Revolution for the Future of Neuroscience and Psychiatry
Date: November 23-24, 2023
Time Zone: GMT+4
Webinar Platform: Zoom
• Get an opportunity to meet renowned scholars
• Chances to Interact, & Forge Powerful Professional Relationships
• Access to All Sessions Online
• E-Handbook kit
• E-Certificate Accreditation from the Organizing Committee
• Online publication of Abstract and Biography on our website
• 10% abatement on the registration fees for the next annual conference
Guidelines for Joining Webinar:
• After register for the webinar, you will receive a meeting invite link with personalized user ID one day before the event for webinar access.
• Follow the steps provided in prior, for preventing any technical issues on day of the event.
• Please join the webinar 15 minutes early to eliminate the last-minute hassle.
• Ensure that your device meets the system requirements for running the specific application.
• For audio/video clarification, it is always better to attach an external device.
• Sit in a quiet location where you will have good network access with no disturbance.
• Mute your audio while others are presenting. Those who wish to ask questions or to discuss, should raise hand and host will unmute you at the end of the talk.
Guidelines For Presenters:
• Each speaker will have 20 minutes for presentation. Please plan your talk for 15 minutes to allow for introduction and for 5 minutes Q&A session at the end of your talk.
• In order to stay in track of time, please ensure that you start and end your presentation on the times indicated in the program.
• The webinar must be organized in English, if you are not comfortable in presenting your presentation in English, you shall join with any of your colleagues as a translator and there won't be any registration fee for the translator. If you are not interested in bringing any translator with you, there is another option you can make a Poster Presentation.
• The presentation should be submitted in PDF or PPT Format
Who can attend?
• Neurologists and Directors
• Physicians and Academicians
• Neuroscientists and Neurosurgeons
• Health care Professionals
• Industrial Experts
• Student Unions
• Open learning Specialists
• Business Entrepreneurs
• Various Societies and their members
• Professionals from the private and public sector
• Students from Academia in the research of Neurology