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.
Human pathology can be defined as the study of the disease processes, body’s response to the disruption of normal tissue structure. It deals with the concept of understanding the cell injury, inflammation, growth disorders, wound healing etc. It helps in understanding how organ system fails during disease and injury. This study of disease mechanism from clinical and research perspective is increased when compared with another field of pathological study.
- Track 1-1Inflammatory Skin Diseases
- Track 1-2Exploring Human Disease
- Track 1-3Mechanism of Disease
- Track 1-4Techniques in Molecular Science
- Track 1-5Frontiers in Human Disease
- Track 1-6Advanced Investigation of Human Disease
Clinical pathology deals with the diagnosis of disease using the laboratory testing of tissues, blood, bodily fluids etc. It also involves the microscopic evaluation of individual cells. Clinical pathology includes clinical chemistry and biology, toxicology, blood bank, immunology and serology etc. Many areas of clinical pathology overlap with the anatomical pathology. This overlap leads to increase in the molecular diagnostics and proteomics.
- Track 2-1Clinical Chemistry
- Track 2-2Cytogenetics
- Track 2-3Blood bank- Transfusion medicine
- Track 2-4Macroscopic and Microscopic Examination
- Track 2-5Analyzers
Surgical Pathology can be defined as the study of tissues removed from the living patients during the surgery which is done to diagnose a disease and determine a treatment plan. Surgical pathology generally includes two types of examination, physical examination of the tissue with the naked eye as well as examination under the microscope. It helps for the definitive diagnosis of disease.
- Track 3-1Gross Examination
- Track 3-2Specimen Collection
- Track 3-3Non-Cancerous Specimens
- Track 3-4Tissue Exempt
- Track 3-5Biopsies and its Types
- Track 3-6Surgical Pathological Evaluation
Anatomical pathology involves the examination of surgical specimens which are removed from the body. It deals with the examination of the organs, tissues, cells of the whole body to investigate and to diagnose the disease. Anatomical pathology is frequently used to identify various types of cancers. It plays a major role in identifying the abnormalities that can help to diagnose disease and manage treatments.
- Track 4-1Cytopathology
- Track 4-2Histopathology
- Track 4-3Autopsies
- Track 4-4Electron Microscopy
- Track 4-5Clinical Chemistry
Dermatopathology is a combination of dermatology and pathology which focus on the study of cutaneous disease at the microscopic and molecular level. Sometimes dermatologists need to do skin biopsy which is examined under microscope to find out exactly the cause of disease. Biopsies also need specialized testing like immunofluorescence, immunohistochemistry, electron microscope, flow chemistry and molecular pathogenic analysis. Dermatopathology cases may sometimes include melanoma, and other skin disorders, infectious and pediatric diseases.
- Track 5-1Clinical dermatology
- Track 5-2Inflammatory Skin Diseases
- Track 5-3Advancement in biopsy
- Track 5-4Potential errors in diagnosis
Forensic pathology is the study of pathology which is concerned with the investigation of deaths when there are medico-legal implications. Forensic pathologists generally perform autopsies. Forensic pathology helps in evaluating the crime scene evidence including the witness statements. By performing an autopsy, it helps the forensic pathologists to uncover evidence of the injury or diseases.
- Track 6-1Toxicology
- Track 6-2Firearms/Ballistics
- Track 6-3Trace Evidence
- Track 6-4Serology (Blood Analysis)
- Track 6-5DNA Technology
Hematology can be defined as the branch of medicine which deals with the study of the cause, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of various kinds of blood related diseases. It also includes the treatment of blood disorders and malignancies. It mainly focusses on the lymphatic organs and bone marrow. Hematologists are responsible for treating the organs that are fed by the blood cells, including the lymph nodes, thymus, lymphoid tissues and spleen.
- Track 7-1Anatomy of Blood
- Track 7-2Disorders of Blood
- Track 7-3Diseases Affecting the Blood
- Track 7-4Hematology Oncology
- Track 7-5Hematology tests
Medical Microbiology can be defined as the branch of applied microbiology that deals with the study of the microorganisms which cause infectious diseases. It includes diagnosis, prevention and treatment of infectious diseases. Microorganisms plays a vital role in the field of biotechnology and its industrial applications. Recent research has increased in the field of diagnostic microbiology which is used for the diagnosis of infectious diseases. Medical microbiology also involves the study of beneficial microbes which is helpful in combating infectious diseases and promoting health.
- Track 8-1Infectious Diseases
- Track 8-2Dynamics of Infectious Diseases
- Track 8-3Medical Mycology
- Track 8-4Microbiology and Parasitology
- Track 8-5Prevention and Diagnosis of disease
Chemical pathology is the study and investigation of the biochemical bodily fluids such as blood, urine and cerebrospinal fluids. By understanding how and where the body’s chemistry or process has changed one can understand the cause of disease and it can be easily diagnosed and monitored. Chemical pathology is one of the best field which brings together science and medicine.
- Track 9-1Clinical Endocrinology
- Track 9-2Toxicology
- Track 9-3Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
- Track 9-4Urinalysis
- Track 9-5Fecal Analysis
Immunopathology can be defined generally as the branch of medicine that deals with the immune response which is associated with the diseases. It can also be defined as the study of the pathology of various types of organisms, organ systems and diseases with respect to the immune response and immunity. Scientists in this field bring vast development such as vaccines, antibodies, therapeutics and diagnostics.
- Track 10-1Hypersensitivity and its types
- Track 10-2Autoimmunity
- Track 10-3Microbial Pathogenesis
- Track 10-4Antibiotic resistance
- Track 10-5Vaccine Development
- Track 10-6Response of Body to Microbes
- Track 10-7Molecular nature of immunopathology
Molecular pathology can be defined as one of the multi-disciplinary field that focuses on the disease at the sub microscopic as well as molecular level. It deals with the study and examination of the types of molecules present in the tissues or organs of the body. It is also called as the combination of both clinical and anatomical pathology. Some of the most widely used techniques in molecular pathology are PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction), Karyotype imaging of chromosomes, DNA Microarrays etc.
- Track 11-1Clinical Translation
- Track 11-2Computing and Information Technology
- Track 11-3Immunohistochemistry
- Track 11-4Automation
- Track 11-5Digital Pathology and Image Analysis
- Track 11-6Molecular Diagnostic Techniques
Neuropathology is the study of disease of the nervous system tissue, central and peripheral nervous tissue in adults as well as children. It generally includes diagnosis of acquired muscle disease, alongside peripheral nerve samples and occasionally ophthalmic specimens. The recent advances in neuropathology have revived of late years the views of Cullen on the pathology of gout.
- Track 12-1Applied Neuroanatomy
- Track 12-2Vascular disturbance and Trauma
- Track 12-3Degenerative disease of the Nervous System
- Track 12-4Bacterial Infection of the CNS
- Track 12-5Mycotic and Parasitic Diseases
- Track 12-6Malformations
Oral and maxillofacial pathology can be defined as the diseases of the mouth and related structures such as salivary glands, facial muscles and perioral skin. Mouth is prone to variety of medical and dental disorders. Oral pathology is concerned with the diagnosis and study of the causes and the effects of the diseases affecting the oral region. Radiology is required reading for anyone in the field of oral surgery, oral pathology and oral medicine.
- Track 13-1Oral Radiology
- Track 13-2Cytopathology
- Track 13-3Immunofluorescence testing
- Track 13-4Oral Pathology Biopsy
- Track 13-5Risk for Oral Cancer
- Track 13-6Signs and Symptoms of Oral Cancer
Pediatric pathology is the sub-specialty of surgical pathology which deals with the study, diagnosis and characterization of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of children and infants. It includes diagnosis of diseases that impact the normal growth and development of the children starting from the embryonic stage to the adolescence. It also covers spectrum of disorders of early development which includes embryology, placentology and teratology.
- Track 14-1Pediatric Surgical Pathology
- Track 14-2Perinatal Pathology
- Track 14-3Pathophysiology
- Track 14-4Simplified approach to Fetal Pathology
- Track 14-5Perinatal Medicine
Plant pathology is the scientific study of plant diseases which are generally caused by the infectious organisms and environmental conditions. These infectious organisms can be bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasitic plants etc. It also includes the study of plants diseases that how it affects the humans and animals. Biotechnologists and researchers are focused on planting pathogen-free seed, growing resistant plant varieties, modifying environmental conditions to decrease disease.
- Track 15-1Pathogen Identification
- Track 15-2Disease Etiology
- Track 15-3Plant Disease Epidemiology
- Track 15-4Plant Disease Resistance
- Track 15-5Physiological Plant Disorders