Global Neuroscience and Neurology Conference
Discuss advancement in Neuroscience and Psychiatry
Global Neuroscience and Neurology Conference Webinar on March 08-09, 2021 | Phase 1 Abstract Submission till 25th January |
About Neurologist 2021
Global Neuroscience and Neurology Conference 2021 which is going to be held on March 08-09, 2021 Webinar. Join this trending event that brings mutually efficient international academic scientists, young researchers, students, and experts in the field of “Neuroscience & Psychiatry” presenting the conference an entire platform to share experiences, gain and evaluate emerging technologies of neuroscience and neurology beyond the globe. Initiation of cross-border co-operations linking scientists and institutions, it also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to perform and discuss the most contemporary innovations, trends, and concerns as well as effective challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of neuroscience & psychiatry. The collaborations among the participants from numerous countries at the conference will serve to generate knowledge-based research among psychiatry, researchers.
The Theme “Discuss advancement in Neuroscience and Psychiatry” will implement a stimulating scientific environment and a platform for the participants to share ideas and knowledge, collaborate on Neuroscience & Psychiatry relevant innovations, problems and network with other professionals. Discussing various imperative topics will add an insight to contemplate and converse over the bottom line of today’s scientific and technological perk up. It will be an amazing opportunity for the attendees to explore the beautiful Vienna with gaining knowledge, sure to raise insights, amalgamate present with future and cogitate on ideas and reality at the conference. Neurologist 2020 has taken this initiative to explore each aspect of Neuroscience & Psychiatry.
The key elements propelling the growth of the market are the growing incidence of neurological disorders, massive investments via private players in neurology devices, an increase in R&D in the discipline of Neurotherapy, and the rising aging population.
The growth of the global neurology devices market is attributed to the increasing incidence of neurological disorders that include brain aneurysms, brain tumors, epilepsy, memory disorders, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, peripheral neuropathy, post-herpetic neuralgia, spinal cord tumor, and stroke. The increasing healthcare spending, increasing foreign direct investment by global medical device manufacturers, and increasing neurological disease prevalence is expected to drive the overall market growth.
Scope of the Report
As per the scope of the report, neurological devices are medical devices that help to diagnose, prevent, and treat a variety of neurological disorders and conditions, such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s disease, major depression, and traumatic brain injury. The growth of neurological devices is being driven by an emphasis on developing superior neuromodulation and neurostimulation techniques, leveraging minimally invasive procedures that benefit patients.
Key Market Trends
Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices is the Segment under Neurostimulation Devices that is Expected to Grow Fastest during the Forecast Period
The sacral nerve stimulation units are commonly used for patients for whom drug remedies or different kinds of medications are no longer successful. It is performed with the help of a small device, which is capable of sending electrical impulses to the targeted sacral nerves positioned in the lower back region. These units are discovered to be successful in treating bladder problems. Hence, with the growing incidences of overactive bladder, the sacral nerve stimulation devices section is predicted to develop throughout the forecast period. The deep brain stimulation devices are additionally being used to function deep brain stimulation procedures, via implanting a scientific system that is capable of sending electrical impulses to unique goal areas in the brain. These devices are generally used to treat neuropsychiatric disorders and are effectively used in treating various other neurological disorders, like Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, dystonia, chronic pain, major depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Asia-Pacific Registered the Fastest Growth and is Expected to Follow the Same Trend over the Forecast Period
The Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow, due to the presence of high unmet medical needs, coupled with rapidly rising healthcare R&D investments and growing medical expenditures in emerging economies, such as India and China. There are also a number of government initiatives that are expected to increase over the forecast period.
There are market participants involved in R&D for the development of advanced simulation and neuromodulation techniques with minimally invasive procedures that are more preferable to the patients. Furthermore, many private groups are displaying an extraordinary interest in developing novel neurological units to earn massive profits.
This is your biggest opportunity to lead the largest assemblage of participants from the Neuroscience & Psychiatry community. Live Events which include Keynote Sessions, Speaker Sessions, Poster Presentations Video Presentations; provides a unique approach for learning and career building. Attendees will be having an opportunity to form networks with Business Delegates, Academics, and Experts in Neuroscience, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Engineering across the globe.
Note: The First phase of Abstract submissions is open till December 15, 2020.
March 08-09, 2021
Call for Submissions
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Abstract Review Board (ARB) of the conference
- Autonomic Neurology
- Behavioural Neurology
- Cognitive Neurology
- Geriatric Neurology
- Neuro Imaging
- Neuro Immunology
- Neuro Surgery
- Paediatric Neurology
- Parkinsons Diseases
- Alzheimers disease
- Neural Engineering
- Central Nervous System
- Neurological Nursing
- Recent Research on Brain Disorder
- Computational Neurology
- Neurodegenerative Disorder
- Neurological Disorder
- Effects of COVID on Human Brain