Mind-Body-Consciousness Linkage, Yogic & Neuro-Bioinformatics Research – Ancient to Modern.
Big data is a promising research area, still in its formative years with the initiation of new high information and cost reducing data capturing tools. With the increasing use of advanced technology and the exploding amount of data in bioinformatics, it is imperative to introduce effective and efficient methods to handle big data using the distributed and parallel computing technologies. The big data analytics techniques are required to solve the problems in bioinformatics such as storage of vast information generated by analyzing the structure of data. Big data analytics can examine large data sets, analyze and correlate genomic and proteomic information. Big data research finds huge application in Neuroscience and Brain research. Brain research is an extremely complex field of study which constitutes of Brain Anatomy, Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Psychology and interrelated disciplines. Brain research has investigators from field of Medicine, Biology, Engineering, Computer Science, and Psychology working within large collaborative research initiatives with the growing interest in novel ways to treat or even prevent brain disorders, as well as the push towards cross-disciplinary research. The conference seeks collaboration within brain research, cross-disciplinary researcher mobility, and emerging trends and themes in brain research. Experts from around the world are invited to communicate the developments in neuroscience research. Yogic Sciences is an emerging alternative system under AYUSH system of medicine (i.e., Indigenous Health systems in Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha & Homeopathy). Yoga is a mind and body practice with historical origins in ancient Indian philosophy but only recently has there been a move to substantiate these claims through s scientific research. In a world that demands substantive applied research evidence to support different approaches to health care and explorations in yoga psychology, yoga is gaining attention. Despite rapid advances in medical technology and continuing pharmaceutical research into using medication to relieve symptoms, in the past few years we have seen a significant growth in research addressing the impact of yoga on physical & mental health and wellbeing.
Call for research/review/case studies/abstracts
Participants are invited to submit original research from psychology, computer science, bioinformatics, yogic science, philosophy and neuroscience.
|Topics of the session may include, but not limited to, the following:|
|Big data analysis in Bioinformatics|
|Bioconductor and Bioinformatics|
|Whole genome sequence analysis and Next generation sequence analysis|
|Public Mental Health|
|Medical & Health Sciences including Biotechnology|
|Life Sciences: Botany, Zoology & Biochemistry|
|Bioinformatics applied for understanding Neurodegenerative diseases|
|Role of Ayurveda and Herbal Medicine in neurobiology|
|Neuro-Bio-Informatics in Ayurveda: Ayur-informatics|
|Role of yoga in neurobiology, physical and mental well being|
|Neuro-Bio-Informatics in Yoga: Yogic-Informatics|
|Bioinformatics in neuroscience|
|Cultural and applied psychology|
|Spirituality, Philosophy and yoga therapy|
Guidelines for Abstract Submission
Title page of the abstract should include, title of the paper, author’s name, designation, institution affiliation, mailing address, contact numbers and email id. Abstract should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to email@example.com Guidelines for preparation of full paper will be communicated along with the acceptance of the abstracts. Selected papers will be published in the International Journal of Public Mental Health & Neuroscience (IJPMN) ISSN: 2394-4668. ISI impact factor: 1.261.
* Selected papers will be published in Sarvasumana’s online magazine, Manahsakshi.
Call for Special Session Proposals
The organizers call for special session proposals. The session organizer should send the special session proposal having: title of the session, designation, institution affiliation, mailing address, contact numbers, email id along with the abstracts for the session. Proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to email@example.com. The proposals should be sent on or before August 31, 2019. Accepted special session’s organizers’ name will appear in the scientific advisory committee of the conference. .
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