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.
Aging Science is a branch of science that entails the biology of human aging. Aging can be referred as single cells within an organism which have ceased dividing (cell senescence) or to the population of a species (population aging). It represents the accumulation of changes in an organism over time, encompassing physical, mental, and social modifications.
- Track 1-1Rejuvenation
- Track 1-2Stem cells therapy
- Track 1-3Regenerative medicine
- Track 1-4Anti-aging
- Track 1-5Longevity Determinant Genes (LDGs)
- Track 1-6Molecular repair
- Track 1-7Gene therapy
- Track 1-8Photoaging
Aesthetic Dermatology is to treat the skin, hair or body using a treatment that meant to improve a patient’s appearance rather than treat a disease. Aesthetic dermatology’s main aim is to improve a person’s appearances by reducing or eliminating flaws. It boosts your self-confidence and revamps your whole-body image.
- Track 2-1Aesthetician
- Track 2-2Cosmeceuticals
- Track 2-3Minimal invasive procedures
- Track 2-4Physical surgery
- Track 2-5Reconstructive and Cosmetic surgery
- Track 2-6Non-invasive procedures
Dermatology is defined as the science of the skin, hair, and nails. Clinical Dermatology is the practice of medicine that covers the complete range of diseases and conditions of the skin, hair, and nails.
- Track 3-1Investigative dermatology
- Track 3-2Experimental dermatology
- Track 3-3Dermatomyositis
- Track 3-4Hypohidrosis
- Track 3-5Contact dermatitis
- Track 3-6Cellulitis
- Track 3-7Dermatologic surgery
- Track 3-8Skin research and technology
- Track 3-9Skin disease
Neonatal Dermatology is a combination of both neonatology and dermatology. The skin of the new-born differs from that of an adult in several ways. It is more vulnerable to trauma and infection and needs special care.
A medical practitioner who specializes in this subject of pediatric dermatology is named as pediatric dermatologist.
- Track 4-1Skin care practices in infants
- Track 4-2Pediatricians
- Track 4-3Birthmarks
- Track 4-4Atopic dermatitis
- Track 4-5Genetic syndrome
- Track 4-6Melatonin
- Track 4-7Immunodeficiency
- Track 4-8Hereditary and Congenital skin problems
Cosmetic Dermatology is a branch of medicine that focuses on the improvement, enhancement, and appearance of skin, hair, and nails aesthetically, and cosmetically. It is an amalgamation of both medical and surgical aspects. The procedures of dermatology improve the external appearance of the skin by treating various conditions like hyperpigmentation, acne, scars, and wrinkles.
- Track 5-1Cosmetic science
- Track 5-2Cosmetic allergens
- Track 5-3Pigment cell & melanoma
- Track 5-4Pigmentation
- Track 5-5Importance of edible cosmetics
- Track 5-6Natural approach to hair and skin care
- Track 5-7Latest trends in cosmetic dermatology
Herbal therapy is a continuously elegant treatment modality among patients and doctors. Herbal dermatology is mainly based on Chinese herbal medicine and preparations. Ethno-botanical remedies and herbs form the premise of herbal dermatology medicines.
Ayurvedic medicine and holistic medical preparations have shown their efficiency in the treatment of dermatological disorders
- Track 6-1Herbal therapy and medicines
- Track 6-2Ethnomedicinal dermatology
- Track 6-3 Ethnobotanical dermatology
- Track 6-4Complementary medicine
- Track 6-5Traditional cosmetology
Dermatologic surgery is to repair and/or enhance the function and cosmetic appearance of skin tissue
Plastic surgery is a surgical practice including the restoration, reconstruction, or modification of the human body. It is of two types:
1. Reconstructive surgery is done for a medical reason It helps repair that damage. It incorporates craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and burn treatment.
2. Aesthetic or Cosmetic surgery is a fundamental component of plastic surgery that includes facial as well as body aesthetic surgery. It aims at improving the appearance.
- Track 7-1Pediatric plastic surgery
- Track 7-2Skin grafting
- Track 7-3Anaesthesia and Anesthesiology
- Track 7-4 Reconstruction and Transplants
- Track 7-5Burn repairs
- Track 7-6Scar revisions
- Track 7-7Psychological disorders
- Track 7-8Complications, risks and reversals
Procedures that don’t require surgeons to make a cut or to remove tissue are non-invasive or non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Non-surgical aesthetic methods comprise of injectable dermal fillers and toxins to stout thin lips, improve shallow forms, make gentler facial folds, eliminate wrinkles also improve the appearance of recessed scars. There are also laser procedures to smooth away bumps, age spots as well as scars.
- Track 8-1Hair removal
- Track 8-2Injectable treatments
- Track 8-3Botox cosmetic
- Track 8-4Dermal fillers
- Track 8-5Tissue lifting
- Track 8-6Skin resurfacing
- Track 8-7Micro-needling
- Track 8-8Coolsculpting
- Track 8-9Laser treatment
Skin diseases incorporate simple skin rashes to critical skin infections, which happens due to a variety of things, such as infections, heat, allergens, system disorders and drugs. First, common skin diseases are dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is an associate current (chronic) condition which makes the skin red and itchy. Most often it appears as patches on the face, neck, back or legs.
- Track 9-1Temporary skin disorders
- Track 9-2Permanent skin disorders
- Track 9-3Skin disorders in children
- Track 9-4Psoriasis
- Track 9-5Cellulitis
- Track 9-6Contact dermatitis
- Track 9-7Vitiligo
- Track 9-8Chickenpox
- Track 9-9Causes, treatment and prevention of skin disorders
- Track 9-10Healthy skin
Skin infections are happening by an alternate sort of germs, and manifestations can change from mellow to genuine. Gentle contaminations could be treatable with certain medications and home remedy, whereas different infections may require therapeutic perception. There are fundamentally four unique sorts of skin contaminations. They are Bacterial skin contaminations, Viral skin diseases, Fungal skin diseases, Parasitic skin disease.
- Track 10-1Skin contaminations
- Track 10-2Neoplastic skin ailments
- Track 10-3Skin Biology and nature
- Track 10-4Parasites and Parasitology
The skin, the largest organ in the body. The abnormal growth of skin cells is known as Skin cancer.
There are two main types of skin cancer.
1. Cancers that develop from melanocytes, the pigment-making cells of the skin, are called melanomas.
2. Skin cancers that are not melanoma are sometimes called non-melanoma skin cancers because they tend to act very differently from melanomas. The two most common kinds are:
- Basal cell carcinoma
- Squamous cell carcinoma
- Track 11-1 Carcinogens
- Track 11-2Melanoma
- Track 11-3Nonmelanoma skin cancer
- Track 11-4Pathophysiology
- Track 11-5Diagnosis, prevention and treatment
Skin is the outer covering of the body. It is the largest organ of the body, and it performs several vital functions. Skin care is the variety of methods which promote skin integrity, enhance its appearance and ease skin conditions. They can incorporate nutrition, prevention of extreme sun exposure and suitable use of emollients. Skin care is a routine daily practice in loads of settings, such as skin which is either excessively dry or too moist, also prevention of dermatitis and prevention of skin wounds.
- Track 12-1Neonate
- Track 12-2Sunscreen
- Track 12-3Elderly
- Track 12-4Acne
- Track 12-5Pressure sore
- Track 12-6Stoma
- Track 12-7Cosmetics
- Track 12-8Wound healing
- Track 12-9Nutrition
- Track 12-10Radiation
Trichology is the branch of dermatology concerned with the health of hair and scalp. Trichology helps in diagnosis of the causes of hair fall, hair breakage, hair thinning, miniaturization of hairs, diseases of the scalp and treat the diseases.
- Track 13-1Hair care
- Track 13-2Pattern baldness
- Track 13-3Dandruff and Hair fall
- Track 13-4Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
- Track 13-5Complications associated with a hair transplant
- Track 13-6Aesthetic Hair Implants- AHI
Immunodermatology is a medical specialisation which focuses on the examination and treatment of skin disorders identified by lacking responses of the body’s immune system. Immunodermatology testing is necessary for the accurate determination and treatment of lots of diseases concerning epithelial organs which includes skin, mucous membranes, gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts.
- Track 14-1Immune response
- Track 14-2Immunity
- Track 14-3Skin and immune system
- Track 14-4Photo-immunology
- Track 14-5Hidradenitis suppurativa
- Track 14-6Chemokine receptor
- Track 14-7Tumor necrosis factor
- Track 14-8Immunomodulation
- Track 14-9 Allergic contact dermatitis
Teledermatology is a subspecialty of dermatology where telecommunication technologies are utilized to exchange medical information through all types of media typically performed by non-dermatologists for evaluation off-site by dermatologists. There are two standards which decide the basis for the practice of teledermatology: Store and Forward (SAF) and real-time or intuitively teledermatology. Teledermatology can reduce wait periods by allowing dermatologists to treat minor conditions online whereas serious conditions requiring prompt care are given priority for arrangements
- Track 15-1Telemedicine and e-health
- Track 15-2Health care management
- Track 15-3Telediagnosis
- Track 15-4Home telehealth or telehomecare
- Track 15-5Teledermoscopy
- Track 15-6 Teledermatopathology
- Track 15-7Dermatopathology aided by teledermoscopy
- Track 15-8Mobile teledermatology
Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and causes of diseases in humans. The term dermatoepidemiology refers to the study of the epidemiology of dermatological disorders.
Dermatopathology is the study of cutaneous diseases at a microscopic level, which includes examining potential causes of skin, nail or hair disorders at the cellular level
- Track 16-1Clinical epidemiology
- Track 16-2Analytic epidemiology
- Track 16-3Leprosy and Leprology
- Track 16-4Clinical research
- Track 16-5Public health
- Track 16-6Skin pathology
- Track 16-7Anatomical pathology
- Track 16-8Surgical pathology
- Track 16-9Skin lesion
Aesthetic Medicine is an exciting field and a new trend in modern medicine. These days aesthetic medicine business is booming because of the technology progresses as well as novel inventions in the medical department. There are many hopes among the people to have a certain kind of aesthetic treatment to get in order to extend their physical appearance.
Dermatology is the specialized branch of medicine focusing on the skin and treatment of skin-related infections and conditions. The Dermatological diagnostics and therapeutics market is expected to grow steadily during the forecast period driven by an increase in the psoriasis market that is expected to boost competition among the existing products with more emerging therapies. Lots of new company are emerging in this market, as a result of making a healthy competition. Approaching patent expiries of major drugs are developing the competition, further driving this market. Rising pressure is also forcing the companies to engage in licensing agreements and help them to expand their product portfolio and improve competitive positions in the industry.
- Track 17-1Dermatology industry
- Track 17-2Prescription dermatology therapeutics market
- Track 17-3Dermatology and Aesthetic medicine business
- Track 17-4Medical aesthetic devices market
- Track 17-5Dermatology drugs market