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2nd Annual Congress on Bacterial, Viral and Infectious Diseases, will be organized around the theme “ A step towards advancements in the research, treatment and eradication of Infectious Diseases”
Bacterial Diseases 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Bacterial Diseases 2019
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Bacteria are single cellular microorganisms that lack a nuclear membrane and are dividing by binary fission. The study of bacteria called as bacteriology. Bacteriological study helps in the field of agricultural, or soil, bacteriology; clinical diagnostic bacteriology; industrial bacteriology; marine bacteriology; public-health bacteriology; sanitary, or hygienic, bacteriology; and systematic bacteriology. Major researches in this field help in development of many useful vaccines. The major advantages are the discovery of antibiotics that are helpful in the diagnosis of various types of disease. Recombinant bacteria are useful in bacteriologic research to manufacture biomolecules (e.g. interferon) needed for research and patient care.
- Track 1-1Bacterial Morphology
- Track 1-2Animal Bacteriology
- Track 1-3Human Bacteriology
- Track 1-4Plant Bacteriology
Virology is the study of viruses, about the nucleic acid and protein that are responsible for their replication in plants, animals, and humans. It reveals about the study of their distribution, biochemistry, about their histology, ecology and clinical aspects of the virus. It is the scientific discipline concerned with the viruses, physiology, molecular biology and viral diseases along with their causal agents. Cells affected by viruses and the changes in its in response to the virus lead to the manifestations of the viral disease.
- Track 2-1Medical Virology
- Track 2-2General Virology
- Track 2-3Veterinary Virology
- Track 2-4Plant and Agricultural Virology
The distribution of viruses and viral infections across the world is referred to as epidemiology. Most epidemiologic studies of infectious diseases have targeted the factors that influence the acquisition and spread because this knowledge is important for developing methods of prevention and control. Historically, epidemiologic studies and the application of the knowledge gained from them have been central to the control of the great epidemic diseases, like cholera, plague, smallpox, yellow fever, and typhus.
- Track 3-1Chikungunya Virus and the Global Spread of a Mosquito-Borne Disease
- Track 3-2Global Spread of Hemorrhagic Fever Viruses
- Track 3-3West Nile Virus
- Track 3-4Virus Surveillance
Parasitology is that the study of parasites, their hosts, and also the relationship between them. Parasitology is the science overseeing parasites that sully man, inflicting contamination and ill-being in many countries of the tropics. As a biological discipline, the scope of parasitology is not determined by the organism or setting in question, but by their approach of life. There are specific types of parasites and hosts. They torment billions of individuals, kill millions consistently, and convey devastating injuries, for example, visual disability and disfiguration on additional millions. World Health Organization surveys that one individual in every four harbors parasitic worms.
- Track 4-1Anatomical Parasitology
- Track 4-2Analysis and Limitation of Parasitic Disease
- Track 4-3Immunoparasitology
- Track 4-4Parasitic Host
- Track 4-5Cataloging of Parasites
- Track 4-6Protozoology
- Track 4-7Equatorial Parasitology
- Track 4-8Basic Parasitology
- Track 4-9Veterinary Parasitology
Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) are a major public health problem globally. These are the Diseases that are galore in tropical Region and primarily affecting the world’s poorest population and largely within the developing countries. As they affect poor people they continue to be unnoted, therefore are referred to as “Neglected”. These diseases doesn't include the major three Infectious i.e. AIDS, tuberculosis, Malaria. Rare Diseases refer to those medical aberrations that have an effect on a very least number of the population. they're characterized by a wide diversity of disorders and symptoms that differs not only from disease to disease however conjointly from individual to an individual patient suffering from the same disease.
- Track 5-1Chagas disease, Buruli Ulcer and Leishmaniasis
- Track 5-2Human African trypanosomiasis, Dracunculiasis and Yaws
- Track 5-3Rabies, Leprosy, Lymphatic filariasis and Foodborne trematodiases
- Track 5-4Other Major Neglected Tropical Diseases
- Track 5-5Tropical Diseases in Animals
- Track 5-6Different types of Rare Diseases
- Track 5-7Mystery Diagnosis of Rare Diseases
Infectious diseases is a sickness caused by organism like microorganism, viruses, fungi or parasites into human beings and also plants and animals. Most of the infectious diseases are usually passed from one person to a different person, and some of the infectious diseases are transmitted by bites from insects or animals, and a few are obtained by contamination of food or by water or by being exposed to organisms that are part of nature.
- Track 6-1Respiratory and Pulmonary Infectious Diseases
- Track 6-2Skin Infectious Diseases
- Track 6-3Central Nervous System Infections
- Track 6-4Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- Track 6-5Transplant infections
- Track 6-6Pediatric Infectious Diseases
- Track 6-7Veterinary Infectious Diseases
- Track 7-1Industrial fermentation process
- Track 7-2Viral culture
- Track 7-3Microbial biodegradation and bioremediation
- Track 7-4Nucleic acid detection and antigen detection
- Track 7-5Molecular techniques
- Track 7-6Microorganisms in human
- Track 7-7Microorganism use in cancer treatment
Clinical immunology is a medical subspecialty largely targeted on a specific physiologic process, inflammation, that is essential to good health, notably in defense against pathogenic organisms and recovery from injury. However, inflammation, mediated by the cells and soluble products of the immune system, is also a robust contributor to the pathogenesis of diseases that affect virtually every organ system.
- Track 8-1Immunological aspects of infection
- Track 8-2Immunology of HIV infections
- Track 8-3Fungal Immunology
- Track 8-4Intracellular Parasitism
- Track 8-5Parasite Immunology
- Track 8-6Viral Immunology
- Track 8-7Adverse bacterial reactions
- Track 8-8Diagnosis of Human bacteriology
- Track 9-1Common Bacterial Diseases in plants
- Track 9-2prevalent control strategies
- Track 10-1Infectious Disease Epidemiology
- Track 10-2Eradication strategies
- Track 11-1Influenza Diagnosis
Vaccination may be a process of administration of an antigenic material (vaccine) into a living mechanism. The clinical effect desired is to cause stimulation of an individual's system so as to develop an adaptive immunity against the pathogen constituting the vaccine. Vaccination is the most effectual method of prevention for infectious diseases. vaccine Adjuvants are components which enhance the immune system and accelerate the immune responses to an antigen. Antimicrobial is the agent that kills or restricts the cell growth. To fight against the potential bacteria nowadays, the manufacturing firms are coming up with a lot of advanced antimicrobial liquids/soaps/sanitizers. Immunization/Vaccination is one amongst the foremost efficient public health interventions thus far, saving millions of lives and protecting countless children from health problem and disability.
- Track 13-1Next-Generation Vaccines Delivery Technologies
- Track 13-2Viro and Antiretroviral Therapy
- Track 13-3Veterinary and DIVA Vaccines
- Track 13-4Ebola: Overview and therapeutics
- Track 13-5Therapy of Neurological Infectious disease
- Track 13-6Types of Vaccines
A case study, explores the biology of different infectious diseases, covering a variety of topics including the virus, infection, replication, mutation, immune responses, pathology, surveillance, diagnosis, and treatment.
- Track 14-1Case Control Studies in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
- Track 14-2Ebola
- Track 14-3Zika Fever
- Track 14-4Flu: Current research and future research strategies
- Track 14-5Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
- Track 14-6Climatic conditions for Infectious Diseases
- Track 14-7Geographical Distribution of Infectious Diseases
- Track 14-8Inequality, Political Ecology and the Future of Infectious Diseases
- Track 14-9Global Dengue: Challenges and promises
Advancement in genetics to sequence the whole microbe genome has been significant over the years. From the genome sequence of Haemophilus influenza in 1995, around 1554 pathogenic bacteria and 300,000 strains of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1 genome have been sequenced. The revolution in DNA sequencing technology has to a large extent matched microbial genomics and changed the way infectious diseases are studied. Though gene annotation and error correction will be a tedious process demanding more time and energy, the result will be worth it. Studying the function of gene products and the behavior of organisms and communities from their sequences and genomic data can help us develop improved tools for managing infectious diseases.
- Track 15-1Genetic and Evolutionary Computing
- Track 15-2Genome Mapping and Genomics in Microbes
- Track 15-3Next Generation DNA Led Technologies
- Track 15-4Microbiomics
- Track 15-5Microbial functional genomics
- Track 15-6Pathogenesis and symbiosis
- Track 15-7Viral genome sequencing: diagnostics and public health