Past Gallery
1-408-352-1010, +44-203-807-2454

WHAT ABOUT EVENT

Innovinc international is proud to announce International Forum of Neurosciences (FON 2019) which is scheduled on June 10-12, 2019 at Brussels, Belgium. The main theme of our conference is “Accelerating Innovation and Fostering advances in Neuroscience

We are looking forward to seeing you at FON 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. so mark your calendars now, for more details please contact us at neurosciences(24/7 online) 

about

WHO WE ARE?

Innovinc Organization is a professional conference organizer, established for over 3 years and organized more than 50 conferences from all over the world. We specialize in organizing large international conferences in the fields of Life Science, Pharma, Medical and Engineering and Technology.

about

WHAT WE DO?

Our conferences are about you, our clients, so we work for unqualified success and we do that quietly, professionally and impeccably. We've built a reputation for creating and delivering inspirational conferences and executing them flawlessly first time around. We work really hard to achieve this and our success is down to the dynamics of a team who are down-to-earth.

about

WHY US?

INNOVINC conferences cover a broad range of research in the area of life science and technology. Attending an Innovinc Conference will provide immense access to ground-breaking research presentations and discussions which provides the best break to develop collaborations, get innovative ideas and opportunity for your own work.

About Conference

Innovinc International welcomes you to attend the FORUM OF NEUROSCIENCES during June 10-12, 2019 Brussels, Belgium. We cordially invite all the participants who are interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the area of Neuroscience.

Neuroscience -2019 anticipates more than 150 participants around the globe with thought-provoking Keynote lectures, plenary talks, Oral and Poster presentations. This is an excellent opportunity for the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the world class Neuroscientists, Neurosurgeons, Neurotherapists, Neuro physicians, Neuropcyhiatrics, pharmacists, Directors and CEO’S, Researchers, Lectures and Students from Academia.

Participants from the top international academic, government and private industry labs of different disciplines participate in FON 2019 to identify new technology trends, development tools, product opportunities, R&D collaborations, and commercialization partners. It is an excellent event for students to meet and discuss with lead researchers. The conference provides an unprecedented opportunity to discover innovation in the area of neuroscience. It is among the most important events in terms of international regulatory policies and it is open to the participation of private companies.
 

DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
  • slider-home
  • slider-home
  • slider-home
  • slider-home
  • slider-home
  • slider-home
  • slider-home
  • slider-home

Scientific Sessions

Conference sessions may be geared toward participants with different levels of experience or different positions. Main conference sessions include the following tracks. Choose to follow one track or move between tracks to create your own personalized conference experience.

Why to Attend

Innovinc International welcomes you to attend the International Forum of Neurosciences during June 10 - 12, 2019, Brussels, Belgium.

To meet renowned speakers, the world's leading CEO's, Directors, decision and policymakers, To know about the ongoing research projects for Neurosciences, Best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Neuroscience field, To share the research ideas and implement them in Neuroscience diagnosis and treatment, New contacts to enhance business opportunities.

VIEW ALL SPEAKERS

CONFERENCE AGENDA

day 1 agenda

Mon , Jun 10, 2019

  • 08:00
  • Registrations

  • 08:30
  • Opening Ceremony & Welcome Speech

  • 08:45
  • Title: Neuroscientific aesthetics: Obstacles and traps

    Vladimir J. Konecni,
    University of California, San Diego, USA

  • 09:15
  • Title: Comparison of cholinergic status with quantitative EEG in healthy subjects and patients suspected of dementia

    Rolf Ekedahl,
    Neufydi Stockholm, Sweden

  • 09:45
  • Title: Psychiatric, Neurological, Legal, and Public Health Challenges Facing Refugee Children: An Integrated Approach

    John Thomas
    Quinnipiac University Schools of Law and Medicine, USA

  • 10:15
  • Title: Reducing Aβ load and neuroinflammation: The therapeutic efficacy of hematopoietic growth factors in ameliorating Alzheimer’s pathology

    Li-Ru Zhao,
    The State University of New York Upstate Medical University, USA

  • 10:45
  • Coffee Break @ Foyer

  • 11:00
  • Title: Development of a TBI specific Health Related Quality of Life Assessment in children, adolescents and their proxies

    Nicole von Steinbuechel,

    University Medical Center Goettingen, Institute of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, Germany

  • 11:20
  • Title: Risk of injurious falls and effects of cognitive loading on parameters of gait in neurological disorders

    Leonard LaPointe,
    Florida State University, USA

  • 11:40
  • Title: RNA sequencing solved the most common but unrecognized pathogenic variant in Japanese nemalin myopathy

    Naomichi Matsumoto,
    Yokohama City University, Japan

  • 12:00
  • Title: Effects of adolescent traumatic brain injury on the reward pathway and its impact on behavioral responses to drugs of abuse

    Servio Ramirez,
    The Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, USA

  • 12:20
  • Title: Self-Harm Websites: Knowns and Unknowns

    Kim Hyun Jung,
    Harvard Medical School, USA

  • 12:40
  • Lunch @ Restarunt

  • 13:30
  • Title: An epigenetic signature of DNA methylation marks MeCP2 regulatory network in brain cells and post-mortem brain tissues of Rett Syndrome patients

    Mojgan Rastegar,
    University of Manitoba, Canada

  • 13:50
  • Title : A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Trial of Arginine Vasopressin in Children with Autism

    Antonio Hardan MD,
    Stanford University, USA

  • 14:10
  • Title : Brief low frequency electrical stimulation of injured neurons promotes peripheral nerve regeneration and functional recovery after immediate and delayed surgeries

    Tessa Gordon,
    University of Toronto, Canada

  • 14:30
  • Title : Decoding Schizophrenia with 14-3-3

    Yi Zhou,
    Florida State University, USA

  • 15:10
  • Title : Amyloid precursor protein (APP) upregulation of JNK3 expression contributes to cell death after nerve injury

    Gavin Stewart Dawe,
    National University of Singapore, Singapore

  • 15:30
  • Coffee Break @ Foyer

  • 15:40
  • Title: How mathematics can inspire a new way to look at the brain and the mind

    Natalia Janson,
    Loughborough University, UK

  • 16:10
  • Title : Onychophagia (Nail-Biting) and Mental Health: Survey of Clinicians‘ Perspective

    Sigita Lesinskiene,
    Rutgers University, USA

  • 16:30
  • Title: Case Report: Using Unobtrosive Techniques to Improve the Mobility of People with Parkinson’s Experiencing Freezing of Gait

    Amin Amini,
    Brunel University London, UK

  • 16:50
  • Title : Nuclear receptor Nurr1 in dopamine neuron development and neuroinflammation: An update

    Weidong Le,
    1st Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University, China

  • 17:10
  • Title : Learning Spiritual Behaviors as a Means to Reverse Harmful Epigenetic Changes resulting From Domestic Violence

    Maysar Sarieddine,
    Phoenicia University (PU), Lebanon

  • 17:30
  • Title : Polyphenol Rich Phytochemical Extracts For The Disruption of Amyloid - β (A β) Protein Aggregation

    Alappat, Bindhu,
    St. Xavier University, Chicago, USA

day 2 agenda

Tue , Jun 11, 2019

  • 09:00
  • Keynote Forum : Remodeling of lumbar motoneuron circuitry for locomotor recovery after spinal cord injury

    Xu, Xiao-Ming,
    Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

  • 09:30
  • Keynote Forum : Accurate detection of pathogenic de novo mutations in early infantile encephalopathy patents using whole-genome sequencing data

    Gabor T. Marth,
    University of Utah, USA

  • 10:00
  • Keynote Forum: Novel Routes to Neuroprotection in Traumatic Brain Injury

    Andrew A Pieper,
    Harrington Discovery Institute, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, USA

  • 10:30
  • Coffee Break @ Foyer

  • 10:40
  • Work shop Transitional Age Youth (TAY) : Developmentally informed care for TAY with early psychotic disorders

    Kim Hyun Jung,
    Harvard Medical School, USA

  • 11:00
  • Work shop Transitional Age Youth (TAY) : TAY violence risk assessment and management

    Susan Parke,
    Yale University, USA

  • 11:20
  • Work shop Transitional Age Youth (TAY) : Foster care youths with mental illness and their challenges transitioning to adulthood

    Timothy VanDeusen,
    Yale University School of Medicine, USA

  • 11:40
  • Work shop Transitional Age Youth (TAY) : It Takes a Village: Systems of Care for Transitional Age Youth with Mental Illness

    Cynthia Wilson,
    MD, Yale University, USA

  • 12:00
  • Break out small group exercise using clinical vignettes & Panel Discussons

  • 12:30
  • lunch @ Restarunt

  • 13:10
  • Title : Responsiveness of mesolimbic and mesocortical dopamine transmission during food and drugs of abuse consumption

    Valentina Bassareo,
    University of Cagliari, Italy

  • 13:30
  • Title: Revisit: Who Is Responsible? A Man With Dementia Wanders From Home, Is Hit by a Train, and Dies

    Young Yuchi,
    State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany, USA

  • 13:50
  • Title : The efficacy of mindfulness-based interventions on depressive symptoms and quality of life

    Rebecca Hedrick, MD
    Cedars Sinai Medical Center, USA

  • 14:10
  • Title : Kynurenic acid metabolism and dementia

    Halina Baran,
    Karl Landsteiner Research Institute Mauer, Austria

  • 14:30
  • Title : A study for determining the educational needs of older adults for a successful aging

    Hulya Oztop,
    Hacettepe University, Turkey

  • 14:50
  • Title : Sharing The Gamification Approach As A Remote Monitoring Of Upper Limb Rehabilitation Among Stroke Survivors In Suburban Setting In Malaysia

    Muzaimi Mustapha,
    Universiti Sains Malaysi, Malaysia

  • 15:10
  • Title : Executive functioning in preschool children affected by autism spectrum disorder

    Prof. Michele Roccella, University of Palermo, Italy

  • 15:40
  • Title : Whole brain versus targeted dentate gyrus irradiation model to explain low to moderate doses of exposure effects in mice

    Durand Christelle,
    Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN), Research department on the Biological and Health Effects of Ionizing Radiation (SESANE), Laboratory of experimental Radiotoxicology and Radiobiology (LRTOX), Fontenay aux roses, France

  • 16:00
  • Title : Impaired astrocytic IP3R2 signalling interferes with experience-dependent plasticity (EDP) in layers 2/3 of the murine barrel cortex

    Stanislaw Glazewski,
    Keele University, UK

  • 16:20
  • Title : Emotional regulation in children with ASD with and without concurrent language impairment

    Yuli Fradkin, MD,
    Rutgers University, USA

  • 16:40
  • Title : Substance use risk assessment through mining social media data

    Saeed Hassanpour,
    Dartmouth College, USA

  • 17:00
  • Title : Neural mechanism of emotional and cognitive deficits in generalized anxiety disorder as revealed by abnormal dynamic ALFF

    Qian Cui,
    University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

  • 17:20
  • Title : Impairment of decision making in chronic trigeminal neuropathic pain is associated with desynchrony in the anterior cingulate cortex- amygdala network

    Ying Li,
    City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

  • Panel Discussions

day 3 agenda

Wed , Jun 12, 2019

  • Net Working

posters agenda

Tue , Jun 11, 2019

  • Poster session: Screening Mental Health in Children of Latino Parents at a Primary Care Office

    Matt Bojanowski,
    Jackson Memorial Hospital, USA

  • Poster session : Effect of modulating glutamate signaling on CNS myelination in a zebrafish model

    Funda Turan,
    University of Bonn, Germany

  • Poster session : Role of the neurotoxic lesion of the pedunculopontine nucleus as an approach to a pre-symptomatic experimental model of Parkinson’s disease

    Ian Martins,
    Edith Cowan University, Australia

  • Video presentation

    Daniela Aisenberg, PhD
    Department of Clinical Psychology-Gerontology, Israel

Scientific program download

HURRY UP! ONLY 47 SEATS REMAINING CURRENTLY…

Don t Miss This Amazing Conference And Opportunities

Past Conference Gallery

Promote Partners