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.
Pharmacology is a part of medication which manages the medications and their connections with the bases and the procedures of every living organisms. Applied Pharmacology is a branch of pharmacology which comprises all the applications of pharmacology & toxicology. It mainly involves the branches like the pharmacogenetics, clinical pharmacology, pharmacotherapeutics. Applied pharmacology is the utilization of the medicines and just how the pharmacological activities or data might be related to the therapeutics.
- Track 1-1Toxicokinetic
- Track 1-2Drug tolerance.
- Track 1-3Drug development
- Track 1-4Pharmacotherapeutics
- Track 1-5Cellular Pharmacology
- Track 1-6Drug interactions
Toxicology is a branch, overlapping with biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and medicine, that involves the study of the adverse effects of chemical substances on living organisms and the practice of diagnosing and treating exposures to toxins and toxicants. It comprises naturally occurring chemical compounds produced by humans like pharmaceutical compounds. The first known example of the unwanted toxicity of a manufactured product was the lead poisoning that happened in Roman times as a result of lead plumbing and lead dishware.
- Track 2-1Juridical Toxicology
- Track 2-2Mechanistic Toxicology
- Track 2-3Descriptive Toxicology
- Track 2-4Experimental Toxicology
- Track 2-5Bio Chemical Toxicology
Cardiovascular Pharmacology is a part of pharmacology that arrangements with the drugs uses to cardiovascular diseases. Several classes of cardiovascular agents are accessible to treat the different cardiovascular conditions. It essentially contributes to the safety profile of potential new drugs and provides pharmacological data that can be used for optimization of further compounds and the ultimate selection of compounds suitable for clinical development. Medicines that are utilized to the cardiovascular disorders are Anti-coagulants, Beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, Diuretics, Vasodilators.
- Track 3-1Endothelial and smooth muscle cell pharmacology
- Track 3-2Haemostasis and thrombosis
- Track 3-3Coronary artery disease
- Track 3-4Mechanisms of cardiovascular drug action
- Track 3-5Cell signalling
Pediatric Toxicology is a branch of toxicology with medical specialty which focuses on diagnosis, prevention of toxic substances and other adverse health effects in infants, children and adolescents. Pediatric poison most commonly occur in children 1-5 years of age and are exploratory in nature. The adverse health effects happen due to environmental toxicants and biological agents. Pediatric patients existing unique affect in the field of medical toxicology.
- Track 4-1Epidemiology of Pediatric Poisoning
- Track 4-2Pediatric Drug Metabolism
- Track 4-3Diagnosis of Pediatric Poisoning
- Track 4-4Treatment of Pediatric Poisoning
Pharmacometrics branch which deals with both pharma and maths. Pharmacometrics deals with mathematical models of pharmacology, biology and physiology in clinical and preclinical studies. Pharmacometrics was highly valuable to therapeutic, drug development because it also can identify and determine difference between invitro and in vivo data. Pharmacometrics uses drug models to describe the relationship between pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Pharmacometrics involves the analysis and interpretation of data in pre-clinical and clinical trials.
- Track 5-1Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modelling
- Track 5-2Disease progression
- Track 5-3Clinical Trials
- Track 5-4Pre-clinical Trials
- Track 5-5Biostatistical Methods
Forensic toxicology is the branch of toxicology and further disciplines such as analytical chemistry, pharmacology and clinical chemistry to aid medical or legal investigation of death, poisoning, and drug use. Forensic toxicology is closely related to analytical toxicology. Though forensic toxicology deals with both accidental and intentional poisonings. Forensic toxicologist considers the context of an investigation, any physical symptoms recorded, and any evidence collected at a crime scene that may narrow the search, such as pill bottles, powders and any available chemicals.
- Track 6-1Analytical Toxicology
- Track 6-2Toxicity of agents
- Track 6-3Organ systems and effects
- Track 6-4Methods used in forensic toxicology
- Track 6-5Analytical chemistry
Translational pharmacology is a branch of pharmacology which deals to improv predictive value of the tools that are used to qualify the efficacy of a drug candidate. Translational pharmacology aims to change the results of the pharmacological research to the patient level, which is focussed on developing the new drug that correlates with the patient needs. It was based on the concept translating the laboratory findings into the clinic i.e., Patient care. This concept is known as Bench side (laboratory research) to Bed side (clinical practice).
- Track 7-1Bioassay
- Track 7-2Physiological Biomarkers
- Track 7-3Development of therapeutic methods
- Track 7-4Soluble Biomarkers
- Track 7-5Development of diagnostic methods
Economic toxicology is a branch of toxicology deals with the selective effects of chemical substances on biological tissues. The Economic toxicology indicates to the unsafe effect involved with the use of food additives in food preservation and processing, man-made fertilizers and pesticides in agriculture. Economic toxicology shows the effects on micro organisms like bacteria, virus and fungi to inhibit their growth in food additives to not affect the human organisms.
- Track 8-1Foodborne illness
- Track 8-2Biodiversity
- Track 8-3Food Toxicology
- Track 8-4Acute and chronic toxicity
- Track 8-5Local or systemic toxicity
Reproductive Pharmacology is a branch of pharmacology which deals with the drugs that affects on reproductive system. Reproductive pharmacology is a huge topic with applications in all characteristics of reproductive and sexual health. Due to pharmacological interventions there are many of the improvements in maternal and infant morbidity and mortality. Treatment of infertility shows increasing success this is a rising industry which often now relies on specific pharmacological intervention.
- Track 9-1Physiology of reproductive hormones
- Track 9-2Pathophysiology of reproductive hormones
- Track 9-3Mechanism of action of drugs
- Track 9-4Indication and contraindication of drugs
- Track 9-5Pharmacologic classes and agents
Regulatory toxicology is the branch of toxicology that deals with the study of adverse effects of chemicals that uses scientific knowledge to develop regulations and strategies for reducing and controlling exposure to dangerous chemicals. The legal framework in this area is propagated by governmental agencies. Examples of some agencies in United States are Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in USA, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
- Track 10-1Acute toxicity studies
- Track 10-2Rodent Testicular Toxicity
- Track 10-3Sub-chronic toxicity studies
- Track 10-4Sub-acute toxicity studies
- Track 10-5Guidelines for toxicity testing
Psychopharmacology is a branch of pharmacology that deals with the use of medications with treating the mental disorders. Psychopharmacology was deals with the both psychology and pharmacology fields. It deals with the effects of drugs on behavior, combining methods of psychology & pharmacology. Psychopharmacologists want to know all the clinically relevant principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. 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 11-1Clinical Treatment Evaluation
- Track 11-2Behavioral Pharmacology of Psychoactive Drugs
- Track 11-3Classification of antipsychotics
- Track 11-4Mechanisms of action of antipsychotics
Genetic toxicology deals with the study of genetic damage which results in the alteration to heritable information. Genetic toxicology also involves in the studies of the agents responsible for the genotoxicity along with the mechanisms responsible for cellular damage. Genotoxicity defines the property of chemical agents that damages the genetic information within a cell causing mutations, which may lead to cancer
- Track 12-1Genotoxic Chemotherapy
- Track 12-2In vitro toxicology testing
- Track 12-3Screening tests in genotoxicity
- Track 12-4Cytotoxicity Assays
- Track 12-5Photomutagenicity and Phototoxicity Assays
Neuropharmacology is a branch of pharmacology which deals with drugs that affect cellular function in the nervous system and neural mechanisms through which they influence behavior. There are two branches in neuropharmacology they are Behavior neuropharmacology & Molecular neuropharmacology. Behavioral neuropharmacology based on the study of how drugs affect human behaviour i.e., neuropsychopharmacology and it also includes the study of how drug dependence and addiction affect the human brain. Molecular neuropharmacology includes the study of neurons and their neurochemical interactions, with the overall goal of developing drugs that have beneficial effects on neurological function.
- Track 13-1Neural receptor pharmacology
- Track 13-2Neurochemistry
- Track 13-3Neurotoxicity of drugs
- Track 13-4Mechanisms of nervous system disorders
- Track 13-5Treatment of nervous system disorders
It is a branch of toxicology used during the development of new drug to predict the toxicity, and effectiveness of new products, traditional testing of chemicals, consumer products must be verified for safety in animal studies before being approved for human testing. Product development toxicology is a developing branch in the recent times. Current trend in the product development toxicology is the computer modelling and computational toxicology.
- Track 14-1Toxicological Testing Methods
- Track 14-2Exposure to Toxicants
- Track 14-3Method Development
- Track 14-4Drug Development
Ocular pharmacology is a branch of pharmacology that deals with the drugs that used in the ocular treatments. Ocular Pharmacology is also deals with the utilization of medications to both analyse and treat diseases of the eye. Ocular pharmacology includes the utilization of different visual medications through different courses for treating the eye illnesses. There are different microbial disorders of the eye like Fungal contaminations of the cornea, which are unusual yet may occur after farming injuries or in hot and moist atmospheres, orbital mycosis is rarer, and for the most part happens after spread from the Para nasal sinuses.
- Track 15-1Pharmacokinetics in Ocular pharmacology
- Track 15-2Pharmacodynamics in pharmacology
- Track 15-3Ocular drug delivery
- Track 15-4Ocular routes of drug administration
- Track 15-5Ocular therapeutics
Behavioral toxicology is a branch of toxicology with the study of chemical toxicants and their influence on brain function. It is the science dealing with the effects of nontherapeutic, non-physiological chemicals on the behavior of intact subjects. This was used in the study of behavior change in response to drugs, chemicals, or other environmental conditions or agents. It is mainly concerned with the study of alterations in the behaviour of organisms exposure to specific toxicant.
- Track 16-1Behavioral Pharmacology
- Track 16-2Characteristics of Behavioral Toxicology
- Track 16-3Mechanism of toxicity
- Track 16-4Toxicology Testing methods
Receptor pharmacology is branch in pharmacology which deals with the study of the interactions of receptors with endogenous ligands, drugs/pharmaceuticals and other xenobiotics. To understand the molecular mechanism underlying a ligand's effect on physiological or therapeutic cellular responses a few basic principles of receptor theory must be considered. These contain affinity, efficacy, potency, number of occupied receptors, association and dissociation rates (i.e. residence time) and target accessibility.
- Track 17-1Channel linked receptors
- Track 17-2G-Protein coupled receptors
- Track 17-3Kinase-linked receptors
- Track 17-4Nuclear hormone receptors
- Track 17-5Voltage-sensitive ion channels
- Track 17-6Enzymes and Transporter proteins
- Track 17-7Receptor Affinity
- Track 17-8Agonists, Antagonists and Partial agonists
Nanotoxicology is a branch of toxicology that deals with the study of the toxicity of nanomaterials, which can be derived from combustion processes (diesel), manufacturing processes (spray drying or grinding) and naturally occurring processes (volcanic eruptions or atmospheric reactions). The field of nanotoxicology emphases on determining the extent to which nanomaterials pose a hazard to human health and the environment.
- Track 18-1Toxicity of Nanomaterials
- Track 18-2Critical Evaluation of Toxicity Tests
- Track 18-3Nanoparticles in Translational Science and Medicine
- Track 18-4Nanoparticles in drug delivery
- Track 18-5Cytotoxicity
- Track 18-6Routes of administration
- Track 18-7Nanotechnology
Experimental pharmacology deals with the study of pharmacology through bioassay, to test the efficacy and potency of a drug. Experimental Pharmacology involves in stage of experimental level in invention of new drugs. Experimental Pharmacology first used in the level of research which experiments on the animals. It will used in In vitro, In vivo and in silico in Pre-clinical stage.
- Track 19-1Pharmacovigilance
- Track 19-2Clinical and Pre-clinical studies
- Track 19-3Invitro methods
- Track 19-4In vivo methods
- Track 19-5In silico methods
Molecular toxicology is a branch of toxicology which deals with the science of understandings why things are becoming toxic. So, there are toxic food, air will become toxic if it will get more pollute, some industrial chemicals can be quite toxic, and some drugs will get toxic due to high dose. Every molecule causes toxicity in different ways, so that molecular toxicology is tried to understand the ways how things are becoming toxic and how they use their effects.
- Track 20-1Biochemical metabolism
- Track 20-2Detoxification
- Track 20-3Biochemical toxicology
- Track 20-4Systems Toxicity
- Track 20-5Biotransformation of chemicals
- Track 20-6Cellular signalling and toxicity