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Theme
Explore the Broadway research, methodology and aspects of Brain and Spine studies
- Brain and Spine 2019

About Conference

Brain and Spine 2019 is a meeting for major brain initiatives, with emphasis on coordination and alignment of efforts. Showcase what is means to be FAIR, why it is important, and how the ideas and researches being developed by the large-scale initiatives can facilitate. A platform and private community of top brain scientists, academic institutions collaborating to accelerate impactful innovation in brain science. At this important juncture in neuroscience, this collaborative stage is combining these forces in novel ways to collectively shepherd, support, and fund ideas that can be translated from labs into interventions that will benefit mankind.

 

Join us for the most exciting Brain and spine meeting of the year! Connect with colleagues and industry leaders for discussion and collaboration on spine and peripheral nerve topics around the theme "Explore the Broadway research methodology and aspects of Brain and Spine Research".


Call for Abstracts

Fellows and surgeons who have been in practice for 5 years or less are invited to submit abstracts for presentation. Surgeons whose papers are selected will receive complimentary provisions on registration for attending the exclusive Young Surgeon Dinner.

 

Format: Abstracts can address any subject directly relevant to spine surgery, brain surgery and must include title, authors, text of 250-300 words or less, and up to two images.


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Deadline: It is recommended that participant’s book their hotel rooms as soon as possible, as space will fill rapidly. After September, 2019 the group room rate will no longer be available.

Welcome Message

Being a Program Director from years towards Neuroscience and Brain Congress I’d like to personally welcome each of you to the CME & CPD Accredited 4th International Conference on Brain and Spine a collaborative stage in Tokyo, Japan to gather experts during the month of October 23-24, 2019. It’s an exciting time for Allied Academies as we continue to grow and adapt, remaining always adaptable, motivated and feel grateful to have responsive Key notes, Plenary speakers, attendees, Business Delegates open to new ideas. Our organization is confronting a time of many changes and we’re meeting these changes during a time of larger nation-wide and global change. The world of Neuroscience is an exciting area in which to work/study/play, and we’ll continue to meet and bring inspired people together in forums like this, to ensure our organization remains at the cutting edge.

I’d like to give you an idea of what you can expect and what we hope to achieve over the next few era.

Let me give you a brief update on where we are today. To introduce, Neuroscience Congress 2019 has been a well-acknowledged event that has seen great success over its past two editions and has hosted successfully International conference on Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders the one in Dublin, Ireland during June 28-29, 2018 and hosting CME & CPD Accredited 2nd International Conference on Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders the one in Barcelona, Spain during the month of April 11-12, 2019 with the most eminent researchers in the field. This year, we are gearing up to provide for an intellectually igniting experience through a colloquy of the best researchers from around the world deliberating ideas for the ultimate goal - “Collaborating the Building Blocks of Neuroscience and Psychiatric Experts” which is also the theme of our conference.

 

We’re transforming the way we operate to continuously improve our ability to conduct successful meets in exploring the research era and develop new strategies. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and to excel despite setbacks. We should all be very proud of where we are today and excited about where we are headed.

 

Before I close, I’d like to thank each of you for attending our conference and bringing your expertise to our gathering. You, as organization leaders, have the vision, the knowledge, the wherewithal and the experience to help us pave our way into the future. You are truly our greatest asset today and tomorrow, and we could not accomplish what we do without your support and leadership. Throughout this conference, I ask you to stay engaged, keep us proactive and help us shape the future of Brain and Spine studies. My personal respect and thanks goes out to all of you.

Thematic Sessions

Session on: BRAIN INJURY AND NEUROSCIENCE

Brain Injury is a common term which is used to describe any trauma to the head or brain but most specifically to the brain itself. There are several types of head injuries may occur such as skull fractures, intracranial haemorrhage like subdural or epidural hematoma. Treatment of a head or brain injury depends mainly on the cause and the severity of the injury.

The study of Neuroscience mainly focuses on the nervous system, which affects all aspects of the body and brain. Neuroscientists study the evolutionary, cellular, behavioral, functional, computational, molecular, cellular each and every medical aspects of the nervous system.

Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: BACK AND NECK SURGERY

Cervical disc disease is caused by an abnormality in one or more discs, the cushions that lie between the neck bones (vertebrae). When disc get damage due to arthritis or an unknown cause where it can lead to neck pain from inflammation or muscle spasm. In several conditions, pain and numbness could mostly occur in the arms from pressure on the cervical nerve root; meanwhile the cervical spine in your neck is made up of seven bones called vertebrae separated by discs filled with a cushioning gel-like substance. Cervical discs stabilize neck and allow it to turn smoothly from side to side and bend forward to back. Neck surgery may sometimes leads to severe damages to Spine and Brain functions too.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: SPINE AND SPINAL DISORDERS

Spinal cord disorders involve injuries, infections, a stopped blood supply, and compression by a fractured bone or a Tumor. Habitually, muscles are weak or paralyzed, sensation is abnormal or lost, and controlling bladder and bowel function may be difficult. Doctors do the diagnosis based on symptoms and results of a physical examination and imaging tests, such as magnetic resonance imaging. Spinal cord disorder is rectified upon conditions if possible. Usually, rehabilitation is needed to recover as much function as possible. The spinal cord is the main pathway of transmission between the brain and the rest of the body. The cord is secured by the vertebrae of the spine. The vertebrae are separated and protected by disks made of cartilage.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: EPILEPSY AND BRAIN DISORDERS

An uncontrolled electrical wave in brain is a chronic disorder or a neurological disorder the hallmark of which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. An individual analyzed with epilepsy often have the chance of two unmerited seizures (or one unprovoked seizure with the likelihood of more) that were not caused by some known and reversible therapeutic condition like liquor withdrawal or extremely low blood sugar.

 

The seizures in epilepsy may be related to a brain damage or a family propensity, but regularly the cause is totally obscure. Many individuals with epilepsy have more than one sort of seizure and may have other side effects of neurological issues as well. Some of the time EEG (electroencephalogram) testing, clinical history, family history, and viewpoint are comparable among a gather of individuals with epilepsy. About 6 out of 10 people diagnosed with epilepsy can become seizure free within a few years with proper treatment. Many of these people will never have any more seizures. For the rest of the people, some will have occasional breakthrough seizures or side effects of medicines and others will have uncontrolled seizures and brain disorders.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS

Ankylosing spondylitis (ankle-low-zing spond-ill-eye-tis) is a type of arthritis, which means it causes inflammation that affects joints. It typically affects the joints of the spine, leading to back pain and stiffness, but it can affect other joints, too, such as the knee and shoulder. Ankylosing spondylitis is an inflammatory disease that, over time, can cause some of the vertebrae in your spine to fuse. This fusing makes the spine less flexible and can result in a hunched-forward posture. If ribs are affected, it can be difficult to breathe deeply, affects men more often than women. Signs and symptoms typically begin in early adulthood. Inflammation also can occur in other parts of your body — most commonly, your eyes.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: ARTHRITIS

Arthritis is a condition describing inflammation of a joint, and applies to over 100 diseases that have been identified to date. Most of these diseases fall into one of two categories: degenerative arthritis, such as osteoarthritis, or inflammatory arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis. Symptoms of most types of arthritis include pain, stiffness, and swelling in the joint.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: ADDICTIVE DISORDERS AND ALCOHOLISM

Addiction is an essential, chronic disease of mind reward, inspiration, memory, and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically seeking after reward and additionally help by substance utilize and other behaviors. Addiction is characterized by an inability to consistently abstain, impedance in behavioral control, desiring and lessened acknowledgment of noteworthy issues with one's practices and interpersonal connections, and a broken passionate reaction. Like other interminable ailments, dependence frequently includes cycles of backslide and abatement. Without treatment or engagement in recuperation exercises, habit is dynamic and can bring disability or premature death.

Alcoholism, also known as alcohol use disorder, is a wide term for any drinking of liquor that outcome in issues. It was beforehand partitioned into two types: alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence. In a medicinal setting, liquor abuse is said to exist when at least two of the accompanying conditions is available: a man drinks substantial sums over quite a while period, experiences issues chopping down, gaining and drinking liquor takes up a lot of time, liquor is emphatically craved, utilization brings about not satisfying obligations, use brings about social issues, use brings about medical issues, use brings about dangerous circumstances, withdrawal happens when stopping, and alcohol has occurred with use.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: BURSITIS

Swelling and inflammation near a joint may be a sign of bursitis, a condition that involves buildup of liquid and inflammation in a bursa sac that cushions a joint.

This condition has earned some interesting names over the years: housemaid’s knee, student’s elbow, and tailor’s bottom, to name a few.

What Causes Bursitis?

Hip Bursitis

Simply put, bursitis is the inflammation of a bursa and buildup of fluid in the bursa sac.

A bursa is a thin, slippery sac found around a joint that serves to reduce friction between bone and surrounding soft tissue, such as skin, muscles, ligaments and tendons.

A bursa sac is made up of a synovial membrane, or synovium, that produces and contains synovial fluid.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: CERVICAL RADICULOPATHY

Cervical radiculopathy is the clinical description of when a nerve root in the cervical spine becomes inflamed or damaged, resulting in a change in neurological function. Neurological deficits, such as numbness, altered reflexes, or weakness, may radiate anywhere from the neck into the shoulder, arm, hand, or fingers. Pins-and-needles tingling and/or pain, which can range from achy to shock-like or burning, may also radiate down into the arm and/or hand.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE

Degenerative disk disease is when normal changes that take place in the disks of your spine cause pain. In its most basic form, degenerative disc disease (also known as DDD) is the pain, weakness or potential numbness that stems from a degenerated disc in the spine. A diagnosis of degenerative disc disease may be alarming at first as it sounds like a progressive, degenerative disease. However, this isn’t necessarily the case because degenerative disc disease is, in fact, not really a disease, nor is it strictly degenerative because degenerative changes in the spine are natural and common to the general population.
Spinal disks are like shock absorbers between the vertebrae, or bones, of your spine. They help your back stay flexible, so you can bend and twist. As you get older, they can show signs of wear and tear. They begin to break down and may not work as well. As mentioned above, degeneration is mainly due to the natural wear and tear from our chosen activities. However, some patients can experience advanced degeneration at an earlier age due to genetic factors or trauma, like car accidents.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: SPINAL FUSION

A spinal fusion is a surgical procedure that is used to join, or graft, two vertebrae together with the aim of preventing movement between them. Painful vertebral movement in the spine can be caused by a number of conditions. During a spinal fusion, the physician will typically begin by making an incision at a location that best gives him access to the affected vertebrae. Typically this is done in one of three locations:

Either side of your spine (known as the Transformational approach).

Spinal fusion permanently connects two or more vertebrae in your spine to improve stability, correct a deformity or reduce pain. Your doctor may recommend spinal fusion to treat the following spine problems:

 

Broken vertebrae. Not all broken vertebrae require spinal fusion. Many heal without treatment. But if a broken vertebra makes your spinal column unstable, spinal fusion surgery may be necessary.

Deformities of the spine. Spinal fusion can help correct spinal deformities, such as a sideways curvature of the spine (scoliosis) or abnormal rounding of the upper spine (kyphosis).

Spinal weakness or instability. Your spine may become unstable if there's abnormal or excessive motion between two vertebrae. This is a common side effect of severe arthritis in the spine. Spinal fusion can be used to restore spinal stability in such cases.

Spondylolisthesis. In this spinal disorder, one vertebra slips forward and onto the vertebra below it. Spinal fusion may be needed to treat spondylolisthesis if the condition causes severe back pain or nerve crowding that produces leg pain or numbness.

Herniated disk. Spinal fusion may be used to stabilize the spine after removal of a damaged (herniated) disk.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: DIAGNOSING NECK PROBLEMS

Many terms may be used to describe issues with a spinal disc and disc pain, and all may be used differently and, at times, interchangeably.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: DEPRESSION

Depressive disorders come in different forms. Four of the most common types of depressive disorders are Major Depression, Dysthymia, Adjustment Disorder with Depression, and Seasonal Affective Disorder (commonly referred to as SAD or the "winter blues"). Within these types, there are variations in the number of symptoms, their severity, and persistence. Depression is a common and stress mood disorder. Depression exhausts our energy and hope. Overcoming depression is not easy. People who have low self-confidence, who are constantly in a depressed mood or who are already affected by stress are prone to depression. Physical changes in the body can cause mental health issues like insomnia.

 

Environment depression is not directly related to our brain function it not happens through families or illness. It happens by our surrounded environment situations In the course of our day to day life. Having a close relationship with a person is thought to help depression. Even with relationship with a pet have a similar effect. The Psychotherapy is a procedure done under anaesthesia, so that small electric currents are passed through the brain. And it activates the mental illness Depression can tell about lot of distress in our selves. Curing depression is finding in us and real meaning of a life.

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Session on: JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERIES

Joint replacement surgery or joint arthroplasty is performed most frequently to replace hip joints and knee joints, and involves the complete removal of the damaged joint and tissues to be replaced with an artificial prosthesis. The goal of the procedure is to relieve pain and restore a sense of normal function and mobility into the damaged joint. Joint replacement surgeries are recommended for patients experiencing severe pain and disability as a result of progressive arthritis. Knee arthroplasty is a type of total knee replacement often performed to relieve painful symptoms and restore mobility in a joint affected by severe, progressive arthritis. During knee arthroplasty, the damaged components of the knee joint and surrounding cartilage are removed and replaced with an artificial joint made of high-quality biocompatible materials.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: ALL ABOUT DIAGNOSTIC TESTING

Diagnostic studies are used to confirm an anatomical lesion (injury) as a cause of back pain or neck pain. They are particularly useful to pinpoint the source and extent of the injury to assist in the diagnosis and development of an appropriate treatment plan for the patient's back problems.

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Session on: ALZHEIMERS AND DEMENTIA

Alzheimer ’s disease Is a commonest degenerative brain disorder which is the most common form of dementia accounting to major percent of dementia cases in the world, it effects innumerable number of people each year and it occurs due to degeneration of brain neurons in the cerebral cortex and presence of neurofibrillary tangles and plaques containing beta-amyloid cells. The disease destroys the brain ability to reason, remember, Imagine and learn. The progression of dementia is broken as preclinical, before symptoms appear there is mild cognitive impairment, when symptoms are mild dementia. The cause of Alzheimers is unknown however several factors are thought to be implicated in this disease. Memory loss is the primary and early symptom along with a gradual decline of other cognitive functions.

Dementia is a clinical syndrome which reasons a progressive deterioration of mind, conduct and character causing global impairment due to diffuse disorder of cerebral hemisphere maximally affecting the cortex and hippocampus. It occurs most usually in aged than in middle-aged. Dementia is a symptom of disease instead of a single entity. Depression can mimic the preliminary stages of dementia and it's far termed ’pseudodementia. Types of dementia encompass cortical, subcortical and progressive.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: SPINE BIRTH DEFECTS

Numerous pregnant ladies stress over their child having a birth imperfection. Certain spinal imperfections are among the most well-known sorts of birth deserts, making it essential to see how they might be avoided and what sort of treatment is accessible. The dominant part of birth abandons happens amid the initial three months of advancement with around one out of each 33 babies having some birth imperfection, as indicated by the National Institutes of Health. Birth imperfections can include either the structure or working of the body or the digestion of cells in the body. A portion of the more typical birth abandons include the spine. Some of them are Occult Spinal Dysraphism, Spina bifida, Bifida Myelomeningocele etc.

Related Societies and Associations: Related Societies and Associations: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetic Society(IBANGS) | International Behavioural Neuroscience Society(IBNS) | European Dana Alliance for the Brain(EDAB) | Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FANS) | European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) | European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) | European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) | United Spinal Association (UAS) | American Board of Spine Surgery(ABSS) | North American Spine Society(NASS) | International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery(ISASS) | American Spinal Injury Association(ASIA) | Cervical Spine Research Society(CSRS) | Scoliosis Research Society(SRS) | Asia Specific Spine Society(ASSS) | International Spine  Intervention Society(ISIS) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS) | The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Spinal Surgeons(BASS) | Scoliosis Association(SA)| The brain & behaviour research foundation(BBRF) | American Academy of Neurology(AAN) | Alzheimer's Association(AA) | European Neurological Societies(ENS) | World Federation Neurology(WFN) | Southern Clinical Neurological Society(SCNS) | Vision sciences society(VSS) | Spinal Injuries Association(SIA) | Spinal Cord Injury Charity(SCIC)| The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board(UKSSB) | British Association of Neuroscience Nurses(BANN) | British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) | The British Neuroscience Association(BNA) | The British Neuropsychological Society(BNS).


Session on: MENTAL HEALTH, PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS

Mental nursing or psychological well-being nursing is the selected position of a nursing that has represented considerable authority in emotional wellness and watches over individuals of any age with dysfunctional behaviour or mental trouble, for example, schizophrenia, bipolar turmoil, psychosis, gloom, dementia and some more.

Psychiatry is the therapeutic claim devoted to the finding, avoidance, study, and treatment of a mental issue. Psychiatry is the principal branch of solution concentrated on the analysis, treatment and anticipation of mental, passionate and behavioural scatters. These abnormalities identified with mood, behaviour, cognizance, and observations. Beginning mental evaluation of a person regularly starts with a case history and mental status examination.

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Session on: SPINAL INJURY AND SPINE FRACTURE

Injury-related to Spine is harm to the spinal cord because of which loss of muscle work, sensation happens. Is restoratively unpredictable and perilous condition where the worldwide occurrence is around 40 to 80 cases for every million populaces and consistently around the globe, 250000 to 500000 individuals experiences Spinal Cord Injury. There are unmistakable sorts of spinal cord wounds like inadequate spinal line damage line is halfway separated, Complete spinal cord damage line is completely disjointed. Spinal cord injury is normally caused because of the demonstration of liquor abuse, violence, recreational and sport-related damages. It incorporates tetraplegia, paraplegia, nerve torment, pneumonia and chronic pain.

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Market Analysis



Top 10 institutions from Japan     

1.         The University of Tokyo (UTokyo)    

2.         Kyoto University        

3.         Tohoku University      

4.         Osaka University        

5.         RIKEN 573     

6.         Nagoya University      

7.         Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) 

8.         Hokkaido University  

9.         Kyushu University

10.       National Institute of Material science    

 

The global neuroscience market size was valued at USD 28.42 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.1% over the forecast period. High influencing factors, such as ongoing brain mapping research and investigation projects, neuroscience-based initiatives by government bodies, and technological advances in tools and algorithms that are implemented in neuroscience space, are expected to propel the market growth. These factors are anticipated to bolster revenue generation by spurring the product adoption in this market throughout the forecast year.

As per the 2017 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures published by Alzheimer’s Association, in 2017, 38% of the total population with Alzheimer’s Dementia in the U.S. are of age group 85+, 44% are of age group 75-84, 16% is of age group 65-74, and 4% are of age group <65.         

Several initiatives are undertaken by the healthcare communities to take brain-related studies and innovations a step further. For instance, in 2014, University of Utah launched the “Neuroscience Initiative” in order to help alleviate the devastating effects of brain disorders. The initiative was created for deepening the understanding of the effects of brain disorders on health and channelizing the knowledge into innovative solutions for patient care.

Continuous introduction of novel products by key participants in the market to combat various neurological disorders is expected to boost Y-O-Y growth of this market. For instance, in September 2015, Codman Neuro (operation unit of DePuy Synthes) introduced CODMAN CERTAS plus programmable valve, an MRI-resistant programmable valve with eight different pressure settings. This product was introduced hydrocephalus treatment.

Furthermore, key factor that has accelerated the research studies in this arena is the growth in number of various malignant CNS disorders such as Parkinsonism and Alzheimer’s disease. As geriatric population is prone to various central nervous systems associated disorders such as schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinsonism, with growth in older population, this market is anticipated to witness lucrative growth.


Japanese spending on science and technology research in 2017 rose 3.4% from the previous year to a record ¥19.05 trillion. This is the first increase in three years. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications’ Survey of Research and Development found that research spending was equivalent to 3.48% of GDP, a 0.05 point increase from 2016. 

 












Japan is full of contrasts — ancient temples and ultra-modern cities, geishas and suited businessmen, timeless traditions and kawaii-cute pop culture.

Japan is also called as Land of Rising Sun. It is a stratovolcanic archipelago consisting of about 6,852 islands. The four largest are Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku, which make up about ninety-seven percent of Japan's land area and often are referred to as home islands. The country is divided into 47 prefectures in eight regions, with Hokkaido being the northernmost prefecture and Okinawa being the southernmost one. The population of 127 million is the world's tenth largest, of which 98.5% are ethnic Japanese. 90.7% of people live in cities, while 9.3% live in the countryside.About 13.8 million people live in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world with over 38 million people.







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