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SINGAPORE’S INTERNATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE SUMMIT (SINS 2019) is going to be organized in the beautiful city of Singapore on July 25-26, 2019 at Holiday Inn Atrium, primarily focusing on the theme “Advanced strategies to strike out Neurological and Psychiatry disorders”.
Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary field of science that studies the brain and the entire nervous system at different levels of the organization, from genes and molecules to nerve cells and networks; and beyond. The focus of interest in a neuroscientist’s research may lie in understanding the neurobiological bases of behavior, analyzing the functional roles of a single molecule, or in developing novel treatments to neurological disorders or sensory deficits.
A neuroscientific explanation of consciousness adduces properties of the brain, typically the brain’s electrical properties. A salient phenomenon is neural signaling through action potentials or spikes. A spike is a large change in electrical potential across a neuron’s cellular membrane which can be transmitted between neurons that form a neural circuit. For a sensory neuron, the spikes it generates are tied to its receptive field. For example, in a visual neuron, its receptive field is understood in spatial terms and corresponds to that area of external space where an appropriate stimulus triggers the neuron to spike. Given this correlation between stimulus and spikes, the latter carries information about the former. Information processing in sensory systems involves processing of information regarding stimuli within receptive fields.
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Nearly Forty million experience some form of neuropathy, and 16% of households contain an individual with brain impairment. According to the Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics, 35.8% of persons aged 85 years and older have moderate or severe memory impairment.
Prevalence and Incidence: One hundred million persons have chronic pain, 70 million people experience sleep/wakefulness problems, and 69 million individuals have vestibular and balance disorders; altogether, these cases constitute 54% of occurrences of the top 10 neurologic diseases. Hearing impairment affects 48 million individuals or 20% of Americans. The prevalence of migraines is 48 million. Chronic tinnitus, substance-abuse disorders, blindness, and visual impairment affect 20 million adults each. Annually, of the 1.2 million most frequently diagnosed adult-onset brain disorders, 51.3%, and 21% are due to stroke and Alzheimer’s disease, respectively. Each year, the total number of new episodes of Parkinson’s disease and traumatic brain injury equals the total number of epilepsy episodes (185 million). Nearly 500,000 cases of brain tumor, multiple sclerosis, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis are diagnosed each year.
A vast majority (90%) of the population suffers from headaches at some point. The prevalence of chronic daily headache is 4%, and 3% of all migraineurs experience a chronic migraine. A study found that more than 80% of patients with self-diagnosed “sinus headaches” actually had migraines, and females were more likely than males to have experienced a migraine or a severe headache (21.8% vs. 10%). In 2008, migraine-related headaches were the first-listed diagnosis for more than 3 million emergency room visits.
Neuroscience: Past, Present, and Future; Neurons and Glia; Neuronal Membrane; the Action Potential; Synaptic Transmission; Neurotransmitter Systems; The Structure of the Nervous System
Human Neuroanatomy; Sensory and Motor Systems; Eye & Chemical Senses; the Central Visual System; The Auditory and Vestibular Systems; The Somatic Sensory System; Spinal Control of Movement; Brain Control of Movement; The Brain and Behavior; Chemical Control of the Brain and Behavior; Sex and the Brain; Brain Mechanisms of Emotion; Brain Rhythms and Sleep; Mental Illness; The Changing Brain; Wiring the Brain; Memory Systems; Molecular Mechanisms of Learning and Memory.
ATTENDEES AND AUDIENCENeuroscientist; Neuroanatomist; Neurobiologist; Neurochemist; Neurological Surgeon; Neurologist; Neuropathologist; Neuropharmacologist; Neurophysiologist; Neuropsychologist; Neuroradiologist; Psychobiologist; Biological Psychologist; Psychiatrist; Neuroscience Nurse; Psychophysicist; Professors; Students; Neuro drug Manufacturers
There is no scientific study more vital to man than the study of his own brain
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