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Development and Implementation of Brain disorders, Treatment and Diagnosis
- Brain Disorders 2022

Welcome Message

Despite the efforts of the Brain Disorders 2022 organizing committee, Iam delighted to extend an invitation to you to the 10th International Conferenceon Brain Disorders andTherapeutics, which will be held in Madrid, Spain on the7th and 8th of October this year.

We really anticipate seeing you at Brain Disorders 2022 with all the otherscholars in the field. You will undoubtedly have a fantastic time with all theother scholars.

Brain Disorders 2022 paves the way for allresearchers, neurologists, surgeons, and students fromaround the world to get together and exchange their knowledge of the subject.

Plenary lectures, symposia, seminars,poster and e-poster presentations, and other programs will be held forattendees from across the world during this conference.

We are looking forward to forminginternational relationships between Neurologist, Neuro-oncologist, Physiatrist,Rehabilitation therapist, Physician, Professor’s,Researchers, Intellectuals, Students, Research scholars, Intellectuals, CEOs,directors of organizations from all over the world to join us for the event.

Regards

Organizing Committee

Brain Disorders 2022

About Brain Disorders & Past Conference Report

The goal of Brain Disorder 2022 is to bring together all ofthe world's finest scientists, intellectuals, and researchers' ideas in thefield of healthcare.

Our conference covers the brain, itsdevelopment, and the illnesses its causes in depth. Its diagnosis and treatmentof a specific ailment are also covered.

Alzheimer's disease, meningitis, amnesia, andepilepsy are all growing more common in society. Neurological disorders affect nearly one-sixth ofthe world's population. This conference is primarily intended to improvediagnosis and treatment of the disease

The brain is the body's command Centre.Thoughts, memory, voice, and movement are all controlled by it. It controls thefunction of numerous organs. The brain functions fast and automatically when itis healthy. However, when difficulties arise, the consequences can bedisastrous.

The brain disorder and therapeutics willbe a platform for all professionals and researchers, students, and allphysicians, and surgeons to showcase their research and new technologies to thefield Our conference will also speak on preventative measures to avoidneurological disorders.

We would once again like to welcome youto the 10th International Conference on Brain Disorders and Therapeutics and await your presence in Spain.

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Past Conference Report

We would like to thank all of our notable dignitaries for presenting usthe wonderful keynotes, speakers, conference attendees, students, associations,media partners and guests for making Brain Disorder 2020 asuccessful and splendid event.

Allied Academies hosted the event of 9th InternationalConference on Brain Disorders and Therapeutics during February 28-29, 2020 atHoliday Inn Rome Aurelia, Rome, Italy  with the theme “Exploringthe destiny of Brain Health”  Benevolent response and activeparticipation was received from the Editorial Board Members of supportingInternational Journals as well as from the leading academic scientists,researchers, research scholars, students and leaders from the fields ofNeurology, Neuroscience ,Psychiatric and Brain Dynamic  who made thisevent successful.

The conference was marked by the attendance of young and brilliantresearchers, business delegates and talented student communities representingmore countries, who have driven this event into the path of success. Theconference highlighted through various sessions on Brain disorders research.

Brain Disorder 2020 witnessed an amalgamation of peerlessspeakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated onvarious new-fangled topics related to the fields of Brain Injury, Stroke,psychology and Brain Dynamic.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which thediscussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

  • Brain Disorders
  • Stroke
  • Neurodegenerative Disorders
  • Psychology
  • Neuro-opthamology

Past Conference Report:

The conference proceedings were carried out through variousScientific-sessions and plenary lectures. The conference was embarked with anopening ceremony followed by a series of lectures delivered by both HonourableGuests and members of the Keynote forum. The adepts who promulgated the themewith their exquisite talk and testimonials received from the Keynote speakersand workshop were;

  • Caterina Guiot | University of Torino | Italy
  • Maria Joao Vieira | Centro Hospitalar Leiria | Portugal
  • Veronika Ketermina | Kuban State University | Russia
  • Nandita Chaube | Gujarat Forensic Sciences University | India
  • Elisabetta Ciani | University of Bologna | Italy
  • Rosari Naveena S | Gujarat Forensic Sciences University | India
  • Matthew Olaogun | Bowen University | Nigeria and Etc..,

The event enlightened various areas of Brain Disorders with Workshopsand plenary lectures from the speakers of various universities andorganizations like:

  • Birkbeck University of London | UK
  • First Moscow State Medical University | Russia
  • University of Stavanger | Norway
  • Gujarat Forensic Sciences University | India
  • Centro Hospitalar Leiria | Portugal

We are also obliged to various delegate experts, company representativesand other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitatingactive discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Membersfor their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success ofBrain Disorders 2020.

Scientific Sessions

Session on: Brain and Brain disorders

The brain is an organ that regulates our body's vision, breathing, temperature, hunger thought, memory, emotion, touch and motor skills. The Central nervous system, is made up of the brain and the spinal cord that extends from it. When your brain is harmed, it can influence many aspects of your life, including memory, sensation, and even personality. Any ailment or disability that affects your brain is classified as a brain disorder. This encompasses illnesses, genetics, and traumatic injury-related diseases.

Brain Injury Association of America | United Brain Association | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition Brain Tumor Research and Information Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society | Migraine Research Foundation National Parkinson Foundation International Brain Injury Association | International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology

Session on: Brain tumors

A brain tumor is a collection of abnormal cells in your brain that forms a mass. Your brain is protected by a highly tough skull. Any expansion in such a small location can generate complications. There are many distinct types of brain tumors. Some brain tumors are benign, while others are cancerous (malignant). Primary brain tumor’s start in the brain, but secondary (metastatic) brain tumors start elsewhere in the body and spread to the brain.

United Brain Association |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition Brain Tumor Research and Information Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Migraine Research Foundation National Parkinson Foundation International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |

 Session on: Stroke

A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either  blocked by a clot or bursts (or ruptures). Stroke is a condition where the blood vessels which connects to the brain gets blocked due to clot leading to reduce in the supply of oxygen to the cells of the brain.

Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Migraine Research Foundation National Parkinson Foundation International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |

Session on: Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's disease is a degenerative neurologic condition in which the brain shrinks and brain cells die. Alzheimer's disease is a progressive brain disease that impairs memory, reasoning, and, finally, the ability to carry out even the most basic tasks. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer's, which is a progressive loss of daily activity and prevents you to live independently.

Migraine Research Foundation  |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Migraine Research Foundation National Parkinson Foundation International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Brain Death

When a person on an artificial life support machine loses all brain functioning, this is known as brain death (also known as brain stem death). This means they won't be able to wake up or breathe on their own. A brain-dead individual is considered legally dead. Their bodies are incapable of surviving without mechanical life support; thus, they have little prospect of rehabilitation.

Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society National Parkinson Foundation International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Neurostimulation devices

Neurostimulation therapies involve the use of electrical stimulation to drive neuronal function within a circuit. They can be invasive or noninvasive. These implantable neurostimulation systems alter neuronal activity by stimulating specific deep subcortical, cortical, spinal, cranial, and peripheral nerve regions, resulting in therapeutic effects for a variety of neuropsychiatric illnesses.

National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a disturbance in the normal function of the brain that can be caused by a penetrating head injury or some other physical injury.  SCI causes either loss of sensory function or motor control of the arms, legs or body completely or a part of it. In severe cases, spinal cord injuries can affect bladder and bowel control, breathing, heart rate and blood pressure.

Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Diagnosis Of Brain Disorder

A brain issue can be diagnosed by a primary care physician or a neurological expert. A neurological exam will most likely be performed to examine your vision, hearing, and balance. They may also obtain brain scans to aid in their diagnosis. CT, MRI, and PET scans are the most popular diagnostic imaging tools. Fluid from your brain and spinal cord may also be examined by your doctor. This aids in the detection of brain hemorrhage, infection, and other abnormalities.

Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Brain engineering

Brain engineering (also known as neuro engineering) is a branch of biomedical engineering that focuses on understanding, repairing, replacing, and enhancing neural systems. Engineers who work at the interface between living neural tissue and non-living constructions are uniquely prepared to solve design difficulties.

American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Sleep disorders

As a group, sleep disorders include conditions that affect the quality, timing, or duration of sleep and impair a person's ability to function while awake during the day. These disorders range from falls and difficulty sleeping at night to the problem of excessive daytime sleepiness.

International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

 Session on: Neurorehabilitation

Neurological rehabilitation (rehab) is a treatment for patients with nerve system diseases, injuries, or problems which is supervised by a doctor. Neurological rehabilitation can help patients regain function, reduce symptoms, and enhance their overall health.

National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition International Brain Injury Association  |  International Brain Research Organization | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: NEUROGENETIC

Neurogenetic problems (Huntington’s disease) are conditions brought by changes in genes and chromosomes. Changes in genes and chromosomes are the cause of neurogenetic diseases. The brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles are all affected by these disorders. These circumstances influence the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles. Neurogenetic(Encephalitis- Meningitis) issues can make medical conditions at time of birth or at ad

International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  |  American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition International Brain Injury Association  | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Neuroinfectious disease

Infections of the nerve system are known as neuroinfectious diseases. The brain, spinal cord, and nerves are all included. When the body's immune system fails to fend off an invading infection or germ, neuroinfectious disorders develop. Microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites cause neurological illnesses. Many of these infections are fatal or can result in severe and irreversible brain impairment. As a result, receiving timely medical attention from neuroinfectious disease specialists is critical.

Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation |  Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | American Behcet's Disease Association and American Brain Coalition International Brain Injury Association  | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Movement disorders

Movement disorders are neurological illnesses that produce movement difficulties, such as Movement that is either deliberate (purposeful) or involuntary (unintended) or voluntary movement is reduced or slowed. Treatment differs depending on the illness. Some diseases can be treated with medicines. When an underlying condition is treated, others improve. However, there is no treatment to cure the disease. The purpose of treatment in this scenario is to alleviate pain. Movement disorders include Parkinson’s disease, ataxias, tremor, dystonia, tics, and Tourette’s, Spinal Muscular Atrophy

American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation |  Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of America | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Muscular Dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy is a group of illnesses characterized by gradual muscular weakness and loss. muscular dystrophy, which prevents the creation of proteins needed to make healthy muscle may be caused by mutation of a gene with issues. Muscular dystrophy comes in a variety of forms. The symptoms usually occur in childhood especially in boys. Other types do not appear till later in life.

Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation |  Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis causes communication issues between the brain and the rest of the body because the immune system assaults the protective sheath (myelin) that covers nerve fibers. The condition might cause permanent nerve injury or degeneration.

Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation |   National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Brain Surgery

Any technique that treats problems in your brain is known as brain surgery. Your central nervous system includes your brain. It controls your ability to speak, move, think, and remember things. The purpose of Brain Surgery is to treat problems while preserving these critical functions. During brain surgery, a surgeon may remove a portion of your brain or an abnormal growth in your brain, such as a tumor. Surgeons can also repair damaged regions of your brain, such as leaking blood vessels.

World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and Brain Trauma Foundation |   National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Migraine

A migraine usually affects one side of the head and causes extreme pain or a pulsing sensation and acute sensitivity to light and sound are some symptoms. Migraine attacks can last for hours to days, and the pain might be severe enough to prevent you from going about your usual activities.

Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation |Migraine Research Foundation | Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation | Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation |Brain Trauma Foundation |World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease Association International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society   | Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |

Session on: Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a motor disorder that most often affects children. This condition affects a portion of the brain that controls muscle action. Cerebral palsy can develop before or after birth. It could also occur as a result of poor brain development or brain injury followed by infection in the first two years of life.

World Federation of Neurology | Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation |Migraine Research Foundation | Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation | Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation |Brain Trauma Foundation | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease Association International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society   | Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |

Session on: Geriatrics & Palliative care

Geriatric Palliative Care (GPC) is an inter-specialty partnership that brings together geriatric medicine and palliative care expertise to address the socio-demographic changes and challenges faced by older persons with serious and life-limiting illnesses. Clinical research in frail and cognitively challenged patients, healthcare decision making, including advance care planning, and care coordination are all major problems for GPC. To assist health care workers in providing care that meets the requirements of this particularly vulnerable population of patients and their families, an approach based on care ethics and practical wisdom is necessary.

Brain Trauma Foundation |World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Spine & Spinal disorders

The backbone, also known as the spine, is made up of 26 bone discs known as vertebrae. Your spinal cord is protected by the vertebrae, which also allow you to stand and bend. A variety of issues can alter the spine's structure or cause harm to the vertebrae and surrounding tissue. Infections, injuries, tumors, and diseases like as ankylosing spondylitis and scoliosis are among them. Age-related bone alterations, such as spinal stenosis and herniated discs When bone abnormalities impose strain on the spinal cord or nerves, spinal disorders can cause pain. They can also restrict mobility. Treatments vary depending on the condition; however, they may involve back braces and surgery.

Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation |Brain Trauma Foundation |World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Neuro ophthalmology

The fields of neurology and ophthalmology are combined in neuro-ophthalmology, a super specialty. Neuro-ophthalmologists are doctors that specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological system illnesses that impact vision, eye movements, alignment, and pupillary reflexes.

Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation | Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation |Brain Trauma Foundation |World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society   | Migraine Research Foundation Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island |Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session on: Neuro ophthalmology

While there are a large number of diagnosable psychiatric disorders, they tend to fall into a few different categories: anxiety disorders, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders, and dementia-related disorders. The fields of neurology and ophthalmology are combined in neuro-ophthalmology, a super specialty. Neuro-ophthalmologists are doctors that specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological system illnesses that impact vision, eye movements, alignment, and pupillary reflexes.

Migraine Research Foundation | Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation | Brain Injury Resource Center and  National Parkinson Foundation |Brain Trauma Foundation |World Federation of Neurology | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island | Brain Injury Association of America |American Brain Coalition and American Behcet's Disease AssociationChildhood Brain Tumor Foundation | International Brain Research Organization | National Parkinson Foundation | International Brain Research Organization |American Brain Tumor Association and American Cancer Society   | Migraine Research Foundation  | International Brain Injury Association  | Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island|Brain Tumor Research and Information United Brain Association |

Session On: Neurodegenerative and Aging

Most neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease (AD) and Parkinson's disease, are caused by ageing (PD). AD affects one out of every 10 people over the age of 65, and its prevalence rises with age.

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Market Analysis

Market analysis

The global market for neurology should grow from $33.3 billion in 2019 to $39.4 billion by 2024 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.48% for the period of 2019-2024.

The latest company survey reports prediction that the global Brain Diseases (neurodegenerative diseases) Market will demonstrate outstanding growth and during the forecast period of the study i.e., H. from 2022 to 2027, registering a substantial CAGR of 2.88%) was initially valued at $39,127.01 million in the base year of the study, i.e., H. 2021.

manufacturers and players operating in the global Brain Diseases (Neurodegenerative) Market landscape provide solutions for various types of indications including Alzheimer's Disease, Huntington's Disease, Parkinson's Disease and Multiple Sclerosis, among other things.

Operating in the global Brain Diseases (Neurodegenerative) Diseases Market, these manufacturers and players offer various types of drugs to counteract the effects of these diseases, including cholinesterase inhibitors, immunomodulatory drugs, N-methyl aspartate receptor

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