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.
Clinical toxicology is a branch of toxicology which deals with the impact of drugs and other chemicals effects on humans. The Clinical toxicologist plays a role which is deals with the traditional therapeutic role, that is the management of the chronic and acute poisoning in patients. Clinical toxicologist will provide an advice by a poisons information service and will informed about with the occupational and environmental impact of a wide range of chemicals. Clinical toxicologists are also be involved in the development of procedure for the management of major chemical disasters, the evalution of antidotes used against chemical warfare agents and the evaluation of the pesticides and chemicals resulting from a single exposure or chronic low level exposure. Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Opiates etc., drugs are used for the poisons
- Track 1-1Amphetamines
- Track 1-2Barbiturates
- Track 1-3Benzodiazepines
- Track 1-4Opiates
Medical Toxicology is a branch of toxicology that deals with medicines to treat the poisoned patients. It focuses on diagnosis, management and prevention from the adverse effects that occurs from the medication, toxic exposures and biological agents. Medical toxicologists are physicians specialize in treatment, prevention, evaluation from exposures to drugs and chemicals and from biological and radiological agents. Medical Toxicology includes in important arena like acute drug poisoning, Drug abuse, adverse drug events, chemicals and hazardous materials, Venom bites and stings. Medical toxicology branches are like neurotoxicology, nephrotoxicology etc.,
- Track 2-1Nephrotoxicology
- Track 2-2Neurotoxicology
- Track 2-3Ocular Toxicology
- Track 2-4Pediatric Toxicology
- Track 2-5Genetic Toxicology
- Track 2-6Nano Toxicology
Heavymetals toxicology is a branch of toxicology which deals with the metal toxins like lead, cadmium, arsenics, Mercury, Chromium. Heavymetals are become toxic when they are not metabolised by the body and accumulate in the soft tissues. Heavymetals can enter the human body food, water, air or absorption through the skin when they come in contact with humans in agriculture, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, industrial and residential settings. Ingestion is the most common route of exposure in Children.
- Track 3-1Lead Toxicology
- Track 3-2Cadmium Toxicology
- Track 3-3Mercury Toxicology
- Track 3-4Chromium Toxicology
- Track 3-5Arsenic Toxicology
- Track 3-6Aluminium Toxicology
Pesticide toxicology is comes under the toxicology branch. Pesticide is used to control the pests. Pests may be targets insects, vegetation, fungi, etc., Pesticides are not only control pests and poisons to humans. Some of the pesticides are very poisonous, very harmful, they are even kills humans. Pesticides can annoy skin, nose, eyes and mouth. Some of them are non-toxic ad non-poisonous. Pesticide toxicology is used to prevention, treatment, and medication of the toxic substances. Pesticide substance are like organophosphorus poisoning.
- Track 4-1Organophophorus Poisoning
- Track 4-2Types of Chronic Pesticide Toxicity
- Track 4-3Toxic Exposures
- Track 4-4Metabolomics in Pesticide Toxicology
- Track 4-5Proteomics in Pesticide Toxicology
Toxicogenomics is a branch of science that field with the interpretation, collection, storage of information about the gene and protein activity with tissues and particular cells of an organism in response to toxic substances. Toxicogenomics is combines with toxicology, proteomics, metabolomics. Toxicogenomics attempts to prove molecular mechanisms evolved in the expression of toxicity, and to derive molecular expression pattern (i.e., molecular biomarkers) that predict toxicity.
- Track 5-1Toxicogenomics in Preclinical Development
- Track 5-2Toxicogenomics in Drug Development
- Track 5-3Toxicogenomics Methods
- Track 5-4Toxicokinetics
Industrial Toxicology is a branch of toxicology that studies about the harmful chemical effects on humans in the working place, products produced by companies and wastes created by manufacturing companies. Industrial toxicology that deals with the adverse effects of all forms chemicals, physical agents and processes including drugs and medications. Some of the industrial toxins like irritants, Asphyxiants, Systemic poisons etc.,.
- Track 6-1Irritants
- Track 6-2Asphyxiants
- Track 6-3Systemic Poisons
- Track 6-4Dose Response Relationship
- Track 6-5Chemical Contaminants
Ecotoxicology is a branch of toxicology that deals with ecology, physiology, analytical chemistry, molecular biology, and mathematics. Ecotoxicology view at the effects of contaminants including pesticides on individuals, population, natural communities and ecosystems. Ecosystems include ponds, rivers, grasslands, forests and desserts. Community effects on living things and environment effects are live in form ecosystems. Ecotoxicologists must study what happens to the pesticides themselves, how long they last, where they go in the environment, and how they finally breakdown.
- Track 7-1Biomarkers in Ecotoxicology
- Track 7-2Risk Assessments of Ecotoxicology
- Track 7-3Community Effects
- Track 7-4Ecotoxicity Testing
- Track 7-5Aquatic Toxicology
Toxicity testing is comes under the branch of toxicology that deals with the examination, evaluation, and interpretation of the harmful effects of a substance by testing it on fish, invertebrate animals or small mammals, and extrapolating the test results to determine the quantity that will produce similar effects in humans and other animals. It also deals with the test of poisoning effect people and some of the tests are acute toxicity studies, chronic studies, Subchronic studies, developmental toxicity studies etc.,
- Track 8-1Acute Toxicity Studies
- Track 8-2Chronic Studies
- Track 8-3Sub Chronic Studies
- Track 8-4Developmental Toxicity Studies
- Track 8-5Reproduction Studies
- Track 8-6Mutagencity Studies
Pharmacokinetics means what body does to the drug. Pharmacokinetics is the study of ADME it means absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion. Pharmacokinetics is used to know about how a drug is absorbing, metabolising, excreting, distributing. It refers that the movement of drug into, through and out of the body. At how much time of course taken the drug for absorption, metabolism, distribution and metabolism. Pharmacokinetics is also used in the study of in-vitro and in-vivo studies
Pharmacodynamic means what drug does to the body. Pharmacodynamics is to study about how a drug affects its target sites in a dose and time dependent fashion. Pharmacodynamics is to about the physiological effects of drug, mechanisms of drug action, and biochemical effects of drug and the relationship between drug concentration and effect.
- Track 9-1ADME Properties
- Track 9-2In Vitro and In Vivo studies
- Track 9-3Pharmacodynamic Factors
- Track 9-4Drug Biotransformation Reaction
Clinical pharmacology is a scientific correction that includes all aspects of the relationship between drugs and humans. The clinical pharmacologists are used to refer to the physicians who are specialists in clinical pharmacology. Clinical pharmacology is a multidisciplinary science that includes professionals with a variety of scientific skills including medicine, Pharmacology, nursing, pharmacy and biomedical science. They take several years of post-graduation training in many aspects of the above relationship including healthcare, teaching and research.
- Track 10-1Innovative Methods.
- Track 10-2Factors Associated with Clinical Trials.
- Track 10-3Drug-Drug Interactions
- Track 10-4Bioequivalance and Biaavailability Studies.
- Track 10-5Reproductive Pharmacology
Pharmacotherapeutics is to study about the therapeutic uses and adverse effects of drugs in patients. The Emphasis of pharmacotherapy is patient, not the drug or the disease. Therapeutic variability may be produced by differences in patient body size and composition, age, disease, environmental factors, and genetic influences. A systematic understanding of pharmaceutical sciences is vital in providing appropriate pharmacotherapy, and in anticipating and avoiding drug interactions.
- Track 11-1Drug Interactions.
- Track 11-2Clinical Trials in Pharmacotherpeutics.
- Track 11-3Pre-Clinical Trials in Pharmacotherapeutics
Molecular pharmacology is a branch of pharmacology that deals with the reactions of drugs on target molecules. It also combines with the fields like bio chemistry, cell biology, Physiology, chemical biology and bio medicine. Molecular Pharmacology is advanced and specialized field that requires the acquaintance of variety of science subjects. It also combines with the Systems Pharmacology which examines the positive and negative effects of drugs on body systems in human body
- Track 12-1Drug Receptor-Effector Coupling and its regulation
- Track 12-2Voltage and ligand gated ion channels
- Track 12-3Anti-microbial and Anti neoplastic drug action
- Track 12-4Steroid and growth factor receptors
- Track 12-5Gene regulation
- Track 12-6Identification of molecular targets for drugs
Cardiovascular Pharmacology is a branch of pharmacology that deals with the drugs uses to cardiovascular diseases or the circulatory and vascular systems. Many classes of cardiovascular agents are available to treat the various cardiovascular conditions. Drugs that are used to the cardiovascular disorders are Anti-coagulants, Beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, Diuretics, Vasodilators, etc.,
- Track 13-1Mechanism of Cardiovascular drug action.
- Track 13-2Blood vessel wall interactions.
- Track 13-3Coronary artery disease and stroke.
- Track 13-4Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) Inhibitors.
- Track 13-5Pulmonary and cerebral vascular disease.
Pharmacogenetics is deals with the genetic factors that influence drug response and toxicity. Pharmacogenetics studies of how people respond differently to medicines to their genetic inheritance. The term pharmacogenetics was derived from the words pharmacology and genetics. The word pharmacology means the study of how drugs work in the body. The word genetics means the study of how traits are inherited. The goal of pharmacogenetics is to understand how someone’s genetic make-up determines, how well a medicine works in his or her body, as well as what adverse effects are likely to occur
- Track 14-1Principles of Pharmacogentics
- Track 14-2Pharmacogenetics in Clinics
- Track 14-3Pharmacogenetics of Drug Abuse Treatment
- Track 14-4Benefits of Pharmacogenetics
Pharmacoepidemology is a branch of Pharmacology that deals with the use and effect of large numbers of people. The term pharmacoepidemology combines with the words pharmacology and epidemiology. The word pharmacology deals with the study of medicine. The word epidemiology is the study of the factors that determine the occurrence and distribution of diseases in populations. Epidemiology can often be divided into infectious and chronic disease epidemiology. Epidemiologists are to study how much disease is in a given area, who gets it, and what specific factors put individuals at risk.
- Track 15-1Study Designs
- Track 15-2Impact of Pharmacoepidemology
- Track 15-3Methods of Pharmacoepidemology
- Track 15-4Types of Pharmacoepidemology Studies
Psychopharmacology is a branch of pharmacology that deals with the use of medications with treating the mental disorders. Psychopharmacologists want to know all the clinically relevant principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Psychopharmacology includes Protein binding, Half-life, Polymorphic genes, Drug-Drug Interactions. Psychopharmacologist are the physician who can treat patients with psychotropic medicines. Psychopharmacologist wants to have a high level of understanding and experts in pharmacology and as a psychiatrist.
- Track 16-1Drug Types
- Track 16-2Types of Therapies
- Track 16-3Mechanism of Drugs
- Track 16-4Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic Study of Psychotropic drugs
Immunopharmacology is a branch of pharmacology that deals with the drugs and their side effects to immune system. Immunopharmacology was contains to major componenets they are innative and adaptive. The word Immunpopharmacology is derived from the two words immune and pharmacology. Andor Szentivanyi was termed the word immunopharmacology in 1959 he used to elate the function of the nervous system to the immune system in 1960’s the word immunopharmacology was appeared again for the radioimmunoassay of drugs and hormones.
- Track 17-1Immunopharmacology Types
- Track 17-2Drugs Used in Immunopharmacology
- Track 17-3Natural Products Used in Immunopharmacology
- Track 17-4Immunomodulatory Effects
Drug Tolerance is not addiction. It is simply the body becoming desensitized to the drugs effects. A person with a drug tolerance must take larger doses to achieve the same affect as they did earlier in the drug use. Drug tolerance is simply means that a person’s reaction to a drug decreases as they continue to use it. Many people also have drug tolerance with addiction, which drives them to seek out more potent drugs. There are three types of tolerance they are acute, chronic and learned tolerance
- Track 18-1Prevention and Treatment
- Track 18-2Types of Drug Tolerence
- Track 18-3Drug Abuse
- Track 18-4Tolerance Mechanism
Drug development is a process of introducing a new drug in to the market that the product which had completes all the process of the drug discovery and the process of the approval to market a drug which is newly invented from the pharmaceutical industries from the USFDA. During the drug development so many process are held like pre-clinical trials, Clinical trials, post marketing period. For drug development process researchers, they conduct experiments to gather information on the drug ADME, Potential benefits, Mechanism of action, drug dose, best way to the route of administration.
- Track 19-1Drug Discovery
- Track 19-2Pharmacokinetic and Drug Disposition
- Track 19-3Preclinical Pharmaacology Testing.
- Track 19-4Product Characterisation, Formulation