The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Anatomy deals with the structure and morphology of the living organisms whereas physiology deals with the working and functioning of the organs and systems in the living body. As a whole, it involves neurophysiology, histology, gross anatomy and cytology. Knowledge about anatomy is very important to understand the basic of musculoskeletal functions and physiology helps us to understand what life is.
- Track 1-1Body systems and functions
- Track 1-2Medical physiology
- Track 1-3Functional human anatomy
- Track 1-4Developmental biology
- Track 1-5Significant advances in anatomical and physiological education
- Track 1-6Comparative functional morphology
- Track 1-7Cell and hematology
- Track 1-8Human osteology
- Track 1-9Prosthetic and orthotic devices
Biomechanics deals with the study of motion, structure and function of biological structures. The field of biomechanics encompasses the biofluid mechanics, biotribology, comparative biomechanics, computational biomechanics and continuum biomechanics.
A Biomedical Implant is a man-made device designed to replace or support a damaged biological structure, or to improve the function of an existing biological structure. Biomedical implants are transplanted biomedical tissues. Sometimes, the implants are bioactive such that they are either implantable pills or drug-eluting stents.
- Track 2-1Musculoskeletal biomechanics
- Track 2-2Design of new vascular stents and catheters
- Track 2-3Implants for vocal fold alteration and regeneration
- Track 2-4Applications in bio engineering
- Track 2-5Bio composites
- Track 2-6Bio devices
Modern Anatomy and Physiology deals with the advanced methodologies and modern technologies involved in teaching and learning anatomy and physiology. Technological advancements lead to a good quality of research. The techniques ranging from plastination to the new modern medical patient simulators shows the development of science and technology in anatomy and physiology. They also include several teaching modalities like 3D-anatomy.
- Track 3-1Methodological innovations in anatomical research
- Track 3-2Radiologic anatomy
- Track 3-3Clinical and comparative anatomy
- Track 3-4Evolutionary developmental biology
- Track 3-5Modern imaging techniques
- Track 3-6Nanobiotechnology
The complex medicine, anatomy studies and disease diagnosis can be simplified by 3D-Human Visualisation. 3D-Human Anatomy can also be a modern approach to teaching and learning anatomy. This helps in understanding anatomy better than adopting the methodologies like dissection and the older surgical techniques. Modern techniques have also paved way for 3D-Bioprinting. Modern Anatomy and Physiology deals with the advanced methodologies and modern technologies involved in teaching and learning anatomy and physiology. Technological advancements lead to a good quality of research. The techniques ranging from plastination to the new modern medical patient simulators shows the development of science and technology in anatomy and physiology. They also include several teaching modalities like 3D-anatomy.
- Track 4-1Screen-Based Simulations
- Track 4-2Realistic High-Tech Interactive Human Simulator
- Track 4-3Virtual Reality
- Track 4-4Modern human visualizing modalities
Forensic Medicine and Forensic Anatomy research deals with the criminal investigations. Individuals dealing with these researches are also known as Crime Scene Investigators (CSI). The forensic researchers investigate the crime or identify the criminal using the human remains. These researches will include from describing basic characters like age, sex, stature to specific other characters like injuries, scars and diseases.
- Track 5-1Forensic odontology
- Track 5-2Forensic archaeology
- Track 5-3Forensic entomology
- Track 5-4Integrative vertebrate palaeontology
Anatomy and Physiology of biological systems includes the external structure of all internal organs and their respective biological functions. Biological system is a very complex network consisting of the biologically similar entities. Generally, there are 12 biological systems in the body each performing different functions. Every systems organization and function should be understood for studying the complete organization of the body. The biological systems of human and animal are almost similar.
- Track 6-1 Circulatory system
- Track 6-2 Digestive System
- Track 6-3Endocrine system
- Track 6-4 Immune system
- Track 6-5 Integumentary system
- Track 6-6 Musculoskeletal system
- Track 6-7 Nervous system
- Track 6-8Urinary system
- Track 6-9 Reproductive system
- Track 6-10Respiratory system
Physiology a branch of science that deals with the mechanical, physical and biochemical function of all living organisms. They provide detailed information on the functions of physiological systems like cardio-respiratory, reproductive and other metabolic systems. Help us in understanding how separate systems interact to form integrated physiological response during exercise, fasting, etc.
- Track 7-1Functions of important physiological systems
- Track 7-2Physiological responses of the body
- Track 7-3Performing experiments and observations in physiology
- Track 7-4Recognition and identification of principle tissue structures
Neurobiology is a branch that deals with multiple disciplines like physiology, anatomy, molecular biology, developmental biology, etc. Neurophysiology is the branch of neuroscience and physiology which deals with the functioning of the central nervous system. The neurophysiologists investigate the functioning of the nervous system of the patient and they diagnose the neural disorders like epilepsy, stroke, dementia, nerve disfunction, muscle disfunction and multiple sclerosis.
- Track 8-1Cognitive neuroscience
- Track 8-2Motor systems
- Track 8-3Muscular and connective tissue physiology
- Track 8-4Neural homeostasis
- Track 8-5Physio genomics
- Track 8-6Neuronal signalling
- Track 8-7Theoretical and computational neuroscience
- Track 8-8Sensory systems
- Track 8-9Renal, respiratory and reproductive physiology
- Track 8-10Neuro surgery
Experimental Physiology deals with the works and experiments related to physiology and pathophysiology.
Pathophysiology can either belong to pathology or physiology branch. This branch of biology deals with the study of changes in physiological function of biological system after a disease, injury or pathologic state.
- Track 9-1Homeostatic and adaptive response in health
- Track 9-2Pathophysiological mechanisms
- Track 9-3Chronic environmental challenges
- Track 9-4Functional pathophysiology
- Track 9-5Growth and ageing
- Track 9-6Infectious diseases
Impairment is defined as the abnormalities in the physiological, psychological in the anatomical structure and function.
Disability is the lack of ability to perform the function in a normal way as a healthy individual. It results from impairment.
- Track 10-1Models of disability
- Track 10-2Epistemic and moral authority
- Track 10-3Role in bioethics and public policy
- Track 10-4Limitations in their routine life
Amputation can be explained as removal or loss of limbs due to trauma, illness. In case of surgery, it is referred as preventive amputation. It is either to control pain or cease disease process in affected limb, such as malignancy. There are many types of amputation of which the leg, arm and self amputation are much considered. This may be due to the circulatory disorders, neoplasm, infection or the athletic performance.
- Track 11-1Advantages of amputation
- Track 11-2Pain syndrome
- Track 11-3Infection
- Track 11-4Heterotopic ossification
- Track 11-5Management of pain
- Track 11-6Epidural analgesia
Exercise Physiology deals with the effect of exercise after a pathologic state. Rehabilitation is restoring back to the normal condition from the damaged state using exercise therapies which are also called physio therapies. Some of the exercises are coordination exercise, Frenkel exercise, endurance exercise, strength exercise and so on.
- Track 12-1Clinical exercise physiology
- Track 12-2Metabolic changes
- Track 12-3Drug rehabilitation
- Track 12-4Psychiatric rehabilitation
- Track 12-5Vision and vocational rehabilitation
Sports Physiology deals with the change in physiological system and structure of athletes due to exercise and training. This also applies the concept of exercise physiology to train athletes. The sports physiology involves the process of adapting the body to the environmental conditions, enhancing the performance of practicing and the complex interactions of the biological systems. These processes leads to perfect fitness and good health.
- Track 13-1Successful contributions of sports towards health
- Track 13-2Physiology and Sports Performance
- Track 13-3Sports biomechanics
Physiology has a wide scope in the field of biomedical engineering such as imaging techniques and tissue modelling etc., Refining the design of the products on the basis of human characteristics such as sight, hearing, temperature, posture, etc., They are also known as Human Factors Engineering or Ergonomics. It is a scientific discipline which plays a vital role in the prevention of human sickness and to improve their life style. It considers the human factors such as daily activities, tasks and functions that are performed by an individual and applies them in the engineering field.
- Track 14-1Importance of ergonomics in medicine
- Track 14-2Ergonomic challenges in healthcare
- Track 14-3Digital healthcare
- Track 14-4Ergonomics based technologies