World Neuroscience and Neural Disorders Summit

Meet the expert advisors and Keynote Speakers

Christoph Ebell

Executive Director at the Human Brain Project, Switzerland

Christoph Ebell is the Executive Director of the Human Brain Project, and in this capacity heads the management unit of this large and ambitious European Flagship project. Prior to this position, he served as the Science and Technology Counselor at the Swiss Embassy in Washington, D.C. In this diplomatic posting, he connected Switzerland and the United States in the fields of science, technology, innovation, higher education, as well as professional education. Before his posting in the United States, Chris worked at the Department of Economic Affairs in Bern, Switzerland, where he headed the international cooperation section for innovation, education and international organizations. Specializing in innovation policy issues, he was a delegate to the OECD Committee for Science and Technology Policy, UN commissions, and a member of several expert working groups, including the expert panel on the OECD Innovation Strategy. Prior to that, Chris has built up extensive experience with R&D-related EU institutions and multilateral cooperation mechanisms both on a European and global level with an emphasis on advanced manufacturing. He began his career at the Swiss Commission for Technology and Innovation, Switzerland’s innovation funding agency. Before joining the government services, Chris studied Physics and Humanities, did research in American and International studies and culture, in Switzerland and at Harvard University. He received Masters degrees from the University of Bern and from the University of Illinois at Chicago and taught at the University of Basel.

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Leonardo A Sechi

University of Sassari, Italy

Prof. Leonardo Antonio Sechi graduated in Biological Sciences at the University of Sassari November 9, 1989, defending a thesis entitled: "Uptake of arylsulfatase A in a lymphoblastoid cell line deficient enzyme" supervisor Prof. Cesare Danesino. He specialized in Microbiology and Virology with 50/50 and honors from the University of Sassari in 1993. Since 1994 under the guidance of Prof. Giovanni Fadda and Prof. Stefania Zanetti, he has contributed to the formation and operation of the laboratory of mycobacteria of the Section of Experimental and Clinical Microbiology of the Department of Biomedical Sciences where he developed methods of molecular biology for the identification of mycobacteria tuberculosis and not. Deals with the Chlamidie lab run spp. under the guidance of Prof. Zanetti where has developed molecular diagnostic techniques for the detection of Chlamydia trachomatis in different clinical specimens. Also, it dealt with the problem of diagnosis and drug resistance related to intra and extracellular bacteria.

The research of Professor Leonardo A. Sechi is witnessed by more than 300 publications. On August 31, 2014, Professor Leonardo A. Sechi was presented with the TUMS Distinguished Visiting Professor Title for the duration of 2014-2017 by Head of Microbiology Department of School of Medicine. Prof. Sechi is among first visiting professors of TUMS School of Medicine.

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Dr. Payel Das

IBM TJ Watson Research Center, New York, USA

Dr. Payel Das is a Research Staff Member in the Data Science Department of IBM TJ Watson Research Center. Prior to her current role, Dr. Das was leading the neuroscience of learning agenda for the Education and Cognitive Solutions department at IBM TJ Watson Research Center. Das received her PhD degree from the Rice University, USA. She has co-authored over 30 peer-reviewed publications and several patent disclosures, given dozen of invited talks at several university colloquiums, department seminars, top rated conferences, and workshops. She has been selected as the editorial advisory board member of the ACS Central Science journal. Das is the recipient of IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award, two IBM Research Division Awards, one IBM Eminence and Excellence Award, and one IBM Invention Achievement Award. Her research focuses on development of physics-based modeling and machine learning techniques for understanding complex systems, with applications in chemistry, biology, and neuroscience.

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Steven L. Wagner

Associate Professor, UC San Diego school of medicine, USA

Steven Wagner earned his MS and PhD degrees in biochemistry from the University of Louisville School of Medicine and did post-doctoral training in microbiology and molecular genetics and UC Irvine College of Medicine.

He then served as Director of Biochemistry at the Salk institute Biotechnology/Industrial Associates, Inc., followed by a position as Chief Scientific Officer at Neurogenetics, Inc./TorreyPines Therapeutics, Inc. In 2009 he joined UC San Diego's Department of Neurosciences, where he currently is an associate professor and principal investigator. Dr. Wagner's research focuses on the discovery, design and preclinical development of therapeutic small molecules known as gamma-secretase modulators (GSaMs). These drug-like small molecules are aimed at preventing and/or delaying the buildup of specific neuropathological lesions known as neuritic plaques that are invariably abundant in the brains of both patients with Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease.

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Clyto Access is esteemed to invite you to join the World Summit on Neuroscience and Neural Disorder Conference ( Neuroscience 2017 ) which will be held from 14th September 2017 at San Diego, USA which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Neuroscience 2017 Conference offers an advanced program of Distinguished international speakers, specialist concurrent sessions, brief paper and poster presentations attracting experts in anatomy, biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology, psychology, and physiology of neurons and neural circuits. This conference has been carefully designed to meet the unique educational requisites of a Neurologist. Neuroscience 2017 meeting is intended to provide an international forum for the exchange of information in a wide area of branches of neuroscience and neural disorder through Keynote sessions, workshops and symposium.

Points to discuss

☛ technological advancements in neurons, neural functions, neurotransmitter release
☛ role of genetics in the nervous system and neurodegenerative diseases
☛ neurosurgery, psychotherapy, brain plasticity and behavior
☛ interrelationships of the sensory system, invulnerable reactions and immune system
☛ neurosurgery, neuroimmune communication in health & disease

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Related Topics

Technological advancements in neurons, Neural functions, Neurotransmitter release, Role of genetics in the nervous system, Neurodegenerative diseases, Neurosurgery, Psychotherapy, Brain plasticity and behavior, Interrelationships of the sensory system, Invulnerable reactions and immune system, Neuroimmune communication in health & disease, Neurophysiology, Neurological Disorders, Neuro Infectious Diseases, Neuro Muscular Disorders, Neuropathology, Neuroplasticity, Neuropsychiatry, Neural Engineering, Peripheral Nervous System, Neuroimmunology, Neuropharmacology, Neurology Treatment, Market Analysis of Neurology, Neurological Nursing, Neurosurgery, Neuroradiology and Neuro Imaging, Neurology, Cerebral Disorders, Cognitive Neuroscience, Neurobiology of CNS, Clinical Neurology, Neuro Oncology and CNS, Neurogenetics Molecular Neurology, Neuro informatics.

Neurology is a branch of medicine that deals with the functions, organic disorders and anatomy, of nerves and the nervous system. It deals with the disease involving the peripheral and central nervous system including their coverings and blood vessels.

Track 1 -1: General Neurology

Track 1 -2: Vascular Neurology

Track 1 -3: Behavioral Neurology

Track 1 -4: Neurotechnology

A neurological disorder is any disorder of the nervous system. Structural, biochemical or nervous system such as Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, Huntington's disease, Alzheimer's disease,multiple sclerosis and organic psychosis.

Track 2 -1: Neuro-developmental disorders

Track 2 -2: Pediatric Neurological Disorders

Track 2 -3: Post-Herpetic Neuralgia

Track 2 -4: Recent treatments for Neurological Disorders

Track 2 -5: Friedreich ataxia

Track 2 -6: Alzheimers disease

Track 2 -7: Parkinsons disease

Track 2 -8: Huntingtons disease

Track 2 -9: Prion disease

Track 2 -10: Motor neurone diseases

Track 2 -11: Spinal muscular atrophy

The field of cognitive neuroscience deals with the scientific study of the neural mechanisms underlying cognition and is a branch of neuroscience. It overlaps with cognitive psychology, and concentrates on the neural substrates of mental processes and their behavioural manifestations. Methods employed in cognitive neuroscience include psychophysical experiments, functional neuroimaging (fMRI), electrophysiological studies of neuronal systems and, increasingly, cognitive genomics and behavioural genetics.

Track 3 -1: Psychophysical experiments

Track 3 -2: Developmental cognitive neuroscience

Track 3 -3: Cognitive Neuro-psycology

Track 3 -4: Functional neuro-imaging

Track 3 -5: Cognitive genomics

Track 3 -6: Molecular and cellular cognition

Track 3 -7: Neuro-linguistics

Track 3 -8: Social neuroscience

Track 3-9: Systems neuroscience

may be defined as the study of cells in nervous system and, organization of cell into functional circuits which process information and mediate behavior. It is the sub discipline of neuroscience and biology. Neurobiology studies about neurons in CNS which are differ in organization and functions.

Track 4 -1: Central Nervous System

Track 4 -2: CNS Pharmacology

Track 4 -3: Biomarkers and its role on CNS

Track 4 -4: Morphology and functions

Track 4 -5: Neural coding

Track 4 -6: Neural modulation

Track 4 -7: Synaptic and circuit dynamics

Track 4 -8: Clinical Trails on CNS

It may be defined as the surgical specialty that is concerned with the diagnosis and surgical treatment of the CNS and Peripheral Nervous System. It is also known as Neurological Surgery. It is performed by a physician called neurosurgeon.

Track 5 -1: Vascular neuro-surgery

Track 5 -2: Geriatric neuro-surgery

Track 5 -3: Epilepsy surgery

Track 5 -4: Stereotactic neuro-surgery

Track 5 -5: Pediatric neuro-surgery

Track 5 -6: Neuropsychiatric surgery

Track 5 -7: Spinal neuro-surgery

Track 5 -8: Skull base surgery

Track 5 -9: Oncological neuro-surgery

Track 5 -10: Functional neuro-surgery

Track 5 -11: Endovascular neuro-surgery

Track 5 -12: Latest advancements in Neuro-surgery

Neuro Oncology may be defined as the study of brain and spinal cord neoplasms, many of which are very dangerous and life-threatening. For instance: glioma, glioblastoma multiforme, ependymoma, pontine glioma, and mind stem tumors and so forth. Most Commonly used treatments in neuro-oncology: Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy, Corticosteroids and Neurosurgical Interventions.

Track 6 -1: Tumour Heterogeneity

Track 6 -2: Radiation Oncology

Track 6 -3: Diagnosis and case study in Neuro-oncology

Track 6 -4: Brain and Spinal Cord tumours

Track 6 -5: Angiogenesis in Neuro-oncology

Track 6 -6: Pediatric Neuro-oncology

Track 6 -7: Psychosocial Advances in Neuro-oncology

Neuro-physiology is a branch of physiology and neuroscience that is concerned with the study of the functioning of the nervous system.

Track 7 -1: Central and peripheral nervous system

Track 7 -2: Clinical neuro-physiology

Track 7 -3: Neurostimulation

Track 7 -4: Neuro-physiological monitoring

Track 7 -5: Novel diagnostic neuro-physiological methods

Track 7 -6: Electroencephalography,Electromyography

it is an examination field worried with the association of neuroscience information by the use of computational models and explanatory apparatuses.

Track 8 -1: Genetic Mutation

Track 8 -2: Behavioral Neuro-genetics

Track 8 -3: Biomarkers used in Neuro-genetics

Track 8 -4: Biochemical genetics

Track 8 -5: Recent developments of neuro-genetics

Track 8 -6: Current treatment for neuro-genetic disorders

Track 8 -7: Advance therapies for genetic disorders

Track 8 -8: Molecular and cellular data

Track 8 -9: Data from organs and systems

Track 8 -10: Neuro-informatics Portal Pilot

Track 8 -11: Modern informatics helps in understanding brain diseases

Track 8 -12: Neuro-informatics and Computational Neuroscience

Molecular neuroscience may be defined as the branch of neuroscience that observes concepts in molecular biology applied to the nervous systems of creatures. The scope of this subject covers various topics such as molecular neuroanatomy, mechanisms of molecular signalling in the nervous system (Central, Peripheral and Autonomic), the effects of genetics and epigenetics of neural development, and the molecular basis for neurodegenerative disorders.

Track 9 -1: Neuropeptides- β-endorphinand cholecystokinin

Track 9 -2: Cholinergic and aminoacidergic Neurotrasmitters

Track 9 -3: Monoaminergic and Purinergic Neurotransmitters

Track 9 -4: Chromaffin Granules- catecholamines and Epinephrine

Track 9 -5: Molecular, Cellular and Medical Aspects

Track 9 -6: Advancements in Neuro-chemistry

Neuroinflammation is inflammation of the nervous tissue. It may be initiated in response to a variety of cues, including infection, traumatic brain injury & Neuroimmunology is a field combining neuroscience, the study of the nervous system, and immunology, the study of the immune system. Neuroimmunologists seek to better understand the interactions of these two complex systems during development, homeostasis, and response to injuries.

Track 10 -1: Clinical Neuro-immunology and disorders

Track 10 -2: Neuro-immunogenetics

Track 10 -3: Neuro-immunology test

Track 10 -4: Neuro developmental Disorders

Track 10 -5: Neuroimmunological Infectious diseases

Track 10 -6: Guillain-Barre syndrome & other autoimmune neuropathies

Track 10 -7: Neuro-Immune Interaction and adverse affects

Track 10 -8: Antibody-mediated disorders

Track 10 -9: Psychoneuroimmunology

Track 10 -10: Neuro immunogenetics

Track 10 -11: Neuro-inflammation and Inflammatory myopathies

it is an academically-oriented subspecialty that merges the fields of neurology and ophthalmology, often dealing with complex systemic diseases that have manifestations in the visual system.

Track 11 -1: A Novel Diagnostic tools in Neuro-ophthalmology

Track 11 -2: Color Vision Deficits in Multiple Sclerosis

Track 11 -3: Optic nerve disorder

Track 11 -4: Ophthalmic diseases

Track 11 -5: Lid and Lacrimal Reconstruction

Track 11 -6: Optic Neuritis After Refractive Surgery

Track 11 -7: Optic neuropathy

it thinks about spotlights on revelation of remedial targets, and after that making an interpretation of those disclosures into medication and treatment advancement. It is the biggest potential development division of the pharmaceutical business. Be that as it may, this growth is obstructed by the problem of the blood-brain barrier.

Track 12 -1: Neuro-immune Pharmacology

Track 12 -2: Molecular Neuro-pharmacology

Track 12 -3: Clinical Neuro-pharmacology

Track 12 -4: Psycho-pharmacology

Track 12 -5: Behavioral Neuro-pharmacology

Track 12 -6: Chemical Neurotransmitters

Track 12 -7: Cosmetic Neuro-pharmacology

Track 12 -8: Recent Drug Development

Track 12 -9: Psychopharmaceuticals

defined as the branch of science that deals with the adverse effects of naturally occurring and synthetic chemical agents (Neurotoxins) on the structure or function of the nervous system.

Track 13 -1: Neuro-imaging techniques in detection of Clinical neuro-toxicity

Track 13 -2: Behavioral Neuro-toxicity testing

Track 13 -3: Neuro-toxicological epidemiology

Track 13 -4: Exposured and risk assessment on neuro-toxicity

Track 13 -5: Neuro-toxins and its effects

Track 13 -6: Latest Therapies use in Neuro-toxicity

Neuropsychology studies the structure and function of the brain as they relate to specific psychological processes and behaviors.

Track 4 -1: Schizophrenia: Behavioral Disorder

Track 4 -2: Neuro-psychaitry- past, present and future aspirations

Track 4 -3: Challenges in tourettes syndrome

Track 4 -4: Movement disorders and Social cognition

Track 4 -5: Auditory hallucination

Track 4 -6: Visual hallucination

Track 4 -7: Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Track 4 -8: Depression

Track 4 -9: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Track 4 -10: Bipolar Disorder

Track 4 -11: Anxiety

A Neuroscience Nurse helps patients with brain and nervous system diseases. Some of their duties include monitoring neurological exams, administering medication, and counselling physicians on patient progress and conditions. Neuroscience Nurses work in different and diverse, challenging and rewarding environments, for example hospitals, healthcare clinics, brain injury units, and intensive rehabilitation units.

Track 5 -1: Ethical Considerations in Neuro-science Nursing

Track 5 -2: Pre operative care for neuro-surgery

Track 15-3: Post operative care

Track 15-4: Rehabilitation nursing

Track 15-5: Psychiatric nursing

Track 15-6: Affective neuro-science

it is a branch of medicine that emerged in the 1980s and deals with life-threatening diseases of the nervous system, which are those that involve the brain, spinal cord and nerves.

Track 16 -1: Intracerebral haemorrhage

Track 16 -2: Traumatic brain injury

Track 16 -3: Acute spine injury

Track 16 -4: Seizures (prolonged or continuous)

Track 16 -5: Severe or deteriorating demyelinating illness

Track 16 -6: Spinal infection

Track 16 -7: Neuro-muscular disorders

Track 16 -8: Intra-ventricular haemorrhage diseases

Track 16 -9: Guillain-Barre Syndrome

Track 16 -10: Acute ischemic stroke

Track 16 -11: Autonomic instability

Track 16 -12: Novel Therapeutics

Neuropathy contrasts with terms describing problems in other parts of the nervous system and may be refer to a condition affecting the nerves of the peripheral nervous system.

Track 17 -1: Peripheral neuropathy

Track 17 -2: Cranial neuropathy

Track 17 -3: Diabetic neuropathy

Track 17 -4: Familial amyloid neuropathies

Track 17 -5: Giant axonal neuropathy

Track 17 -6: Polyneuropathy

Track 17 -7: Organophosphate-induced delayed neuropathy

Track 17 -8: Neuropathy, ataxia, and retinitis pigmentosa

Neuroengineering is a discipline within biomedical engineering that uses engineering techniques to understand, repair, replace, enhance, or otherwise exploit the properties of neural systems. It includes different techniques like neurorobotics, neural enhancement, visual prostheses and disrupting neurocircuitry.

Track 18 -1: Neural Implantation

Track 18 -2: Neuroethics

Track 18 -3: Neural stem cell therapy

Track 18 -4: Brain-Computer Interface

Track 18 -5: Translational Neuroscience

Track 18 -6: Neural regrowth and repair

Track 18 -7: Neural tissue regeneration

Track 18 -8: Neuromechanics

Track 18 -9: Neurorobotics

Track 18 -10: Neuromodulation

A psychiatric medication is a licensed psychoactive drug taken to exert an effect on the chemical makeup of the brain and nervous system. Physical and biological interventions, therapeutic relationship, understanding and empathy.

Track 19 -1: Physical And Biological Interventions

Track 19 -2: Spiritual Interventions

Track 19 -3: Therapeutic Relationship

Track 19 -4: Understanding And Empathy

Track 19 -5: Neural Enhancement

Track 19 -6: Visual Prostheses

Track 19 -7: Disrupting Neurocircuitry

Track 19 -8: Psychotherapy

Neuroimmunology is a branch of immunology that deals particularly with the interrelationships of the sensory system and invulnerable reactions and immune system issue. The inflammatory response is modulated through interactions among the nervous, endocrine, and immune systems. Intercommunication between immune cells and the autonomic nervous system is a growing area of interest.

Track 20 -1: Cancer Immunotherapy

Track 20 -2: Immune Effects on Brain Function

Track 20 -3: Immunity and Neurodegeneration

Track 20 -4: Immune Signaling in the CNS

Track 20 -5: Impact of Infectious Immunity on CNS Function

Track 20 -6: Microglia Functions During Homeostasis and Neurological Diseases

Neurosurgery is the medical specialty concerned with the prevention, analysis, surgical remedy, and rehabilitation of issues. one of a kind varieties of neurosurgery are vascular, practical, cranium base and spinal neurosurgery.

Track 21 -1: Spinal neurosurgery

Track 21 -2: Vascular Neurosurgery

Track 21 -3: Endovascular Neurosurgery

Track 21 -4: Stereotactic brain surgery - used to remove brain tumours

Track 21 -5: Skull Base Surgery

Track 21 -6:Computer Assisted Imaging Computed Tomography (CT)

Track 21 -7: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Track 21 -8: Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

Neuroimaging, or mind scanning, includes the use of diverse techniques to at once or circuitously photo the structure, function, or pharmacology of the brain. it's far a exceptionally new field within remedy, neuroscience, and psychology.

Track 22 -1: Computed axial tomography

Track 22 -2: Diffuse optical imaging

Track 22 -3: Magnetic resonance imaging

Track 22 -4: Functional magnetic resonance imaging

Track 22 -5: Magnetoencephalography

Track 22 -6: Brain Plasticity And Behavior

Track 22 -7: The Nature Of Brain Plasticity

Track 22 -8: Brain Plasticity During Development

Track 22 -9: Factors Affecting Brain Plasticity

R&D Systems Offers An Array Of Tools To Study Many Aspects Of Nervous System Function Ranging From Developmental Processes Such As Axon Guidance And Pattern Formation. A Paraplegic Who Can Walk, Wirelessly Controlled Mouse Brains Etc., Are The Recent Developments Achieved In The Field Of Neuroscience.

Track 23 -1: A Paraplegic Who Can Walk

Track 23 -2: Self-organizing Brain Balls

Track 23 -3: Wirelessly Controlled Mouse Brains

Track 23 -4: The Brain-to-text Decoding System

What is Neuroscience Conference ?

Neuroscience gathering fundamentally manages the sensory system formative, auxiliary, utilitarian, transformative, computational, psychosocial and medicinal parts of the sensory system. Neuroscience grasps anatomical and physiological reviews as well as cell science, software engineering, and organic chemistry. Similarly critical for neuroscientific research are different controls, for example, brain research, psychiatry, neurology and extra late ones, for example, neuroeconomics and social neuroscience.

Who to attend Neuroscience Conference 2017 ?

Neuroscience 2017 conference welcome to join from all over world Neurologists and Directors, Physicians, Neuroscientists, Researchers, Healthcare Professionals, Professors, Industrial Experts, Neurosurgeons, Psychiatrist, Nutritional Scientists, Lecturers and Students from Academia, Students from Academia in the research of Neurology

Why to attend Neuroscience Conference 2017 ?

Neuroscience 2017 aims to provide a platform to academicians and practitioners from multiple disciplines to debate and deliberate on social change that is encompassed by innovation and technology and will cover latest topics in neuroscience and neural disorders which includes dementia, Alzheimer, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, neuro-infections, brain tumors, traumatic disorders, psychotherapy, brain plasticity, neurosurgery, neuroimmune communication in health & disease.

MARKET ANALYSIS

Global Neuroscience market was worth USD 24.09 Billion in 2013 and is anticipated to reach above USD 30.80 billion by 2020. Rising investment in R&D resulting in the development of numerous products in the neuroinformatics coupled with a rise in patented research initiatives with adequate funding from the government are key factors that drive growth in this market. Neuro-informatics involves designing and developing efficient tools and algorithms that can amplify the performance of structural and functional mapping. Global Neuroscience market is expected to grow at CAGR of 2.9% over the next seven years.
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North America neuroscience market, by technology, 2012 - 2020 (USD Million)

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

The panel discussion will provide an opportunity to share the views on current challenges and the future scopes of the industry. This gives you a chance to discuss the new ideas that spark in your mind related to the topics neuropsychiatry, neuropharmacology, neurotoxicology, neuro immunology, neural disorders, neurosurgery, neuro-engineering, brain imaging, and brain plasticity. This is going be an intellectually overwhelming session that will provide significant outcomes to each attendee.
Round table meetings for interaction among Delegates, Speakers and Keynote Speakers.
The keynote speakers and the speakers from all over the globe will present their valuable work and share their experiences. The presentations will be nominated for “Best young researcher” award.
The industry experts chairing the sessions will decide the awardee based upon the certain criterion. The students involved in the research can present their posters. The best poster will be awarded “Best Poster “award. The scientific program will give you brief details of the presentations invited for speech. All of our presentation sessions are versatile and covering most of the key areas of the field.
Renowned Doctors will be presenting case studies either paper or a video presentation.

Organizing Committee

Our Speakers

Event Schedules

Programs Programs Detail Time
1

SPOT REGISTRATIONS

08:00 AM
2

INAUGURATION OF NEUROSCIENCE CONFERENCE-2017

09:00 AM
3

KEYNOTE SESSIONS #1

09:30 AM
4

REFRESHMENTS BREAK

10:30 AM
5

KEYNOTE SESSIONS #2

11:00 AM
6

REFRESHMENTS - LUNCH BREAK

12:30 PM
7

SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS - SPEECH OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE

01:30 PM
8

SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS - SPEECH OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE

03:30 PM
9

DAY #1 - CLOSURE

06:00 PM

venue

San Diego, USA

address

San Diego Marriott La Jolla
4240 La Jolla Village Dr, La Jolla,
CA 92037