Computational Brain and Nervous system
Computational models are being applied to elucidate disruptions in the brain leading to brain disorders. This approach inculcates the fields of genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics to identify the pathobiology and development of brain disorders. The computational models research strategy is applied largely to identify and validate biomarkers for specific neurological disorders which promise newer diagnostic and therapeutic alternatives. This session anticipates the congenial involvement of neurologists, bioinformatics, biomedical engineers to come together and discuss the potential applications of computational neuroscience in addition to what is already known.