Past Conference Report- 2024

2nd European Congress of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry – Conference Report
February 19-20, 2024, London UK

Day 1: February 19, 2024

The 2nd European Congress of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry commenced with enthusiasm and scholarly discussions at the heart of London, UK. The event brought together renowned neurologists, neuropsychiatrists, and researchers from diverse corners of the world.

The conference kicked off at 09:30 with a warm welcome by Dr. Allal Boutajangout from NYU Langone Health, USA. His opening remarks set the tone for the scientific feast that followed. The first keynote presentation, “Neural Population Computing Part 1,” unfolded the basic principles of population dynamics and cognitive function, presented by Dr. Stephen E Nadeau from the University of Florida, USA.

The morning continued with an intriguing exploration of plasma biomarkers in Alzheimer’s disease and COVID-19 subjects, eloquently discussed by Dr. Allal Boutajangout. The networking session before lunch provided an excellent opportunity for attendees to connect and share insights.

Post-lunch, Prof. Anand Pratap Singh from Gautam Buddha University, India, captivated the audience with his talk on “Exploring Psychopathology with Brain Fingerprinting Technique (BFT): A Paradigm Shift in Psychiatry.” The session continued with Dr. Gary Pattee from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA, delving into the intriguing question: “Is ALS Onset Accelerated by Chloroviruses and Delayed by Antiviral Immune Responses?”

The afternoon session unfolded diverse topics in the realm of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry, covering a rare case of pituitary dysfunction with Moyamoya disease, investigating molecular markers in treatment-resistant depression, and exploring the effectiveness of computer-assisted cognitive retraining among patients with mild cognitive impairment.

The day concluded with a series of impactful poster presentations, highlighting research on cognitive flexibility in experimental animals, depression and neuroplasticity, and unique case reports like late-onset Guillain Barré syndrome post-SARS-CoV-2 infection and acute psychosis with isotretinoin initiation.

The Q/A session provided a platform for engaging discussions, and the day culminated in an award ceremony, recognizing the contributions of speakers, delegates, and researchers.

Neurology Congress 2023- Past Report

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr. Allal Boutajangout, affiliated with NYU Langone Health in the United States.
  • Dr. Stephen E Nadeau, hailing from the University of Florida, USA
  • Dr. Gary L. Pattee, associated with Bryan Medical Center in the USA
  • Dr. Anand Pratap Singh, representing Gautam Buddha University in India
  • Dr. Giuseppe Bonavina, Montecatone Rehabilitation Institute, Italy [Additional 6 Keynote Speakers]

Neurology Sessions:

  1. Neuroplasticity and Brain Remodeling
  2. Advances in Stroke Management
  3. Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation
  4. Neuropsychiatry and Cognitive Disorders
  5. Precision Medicine in Neurology
  6. Movement Disorders and Parkinson’s Disease
  7. Epilepsy: From Diagnosis to Treatment
  8. Neurogenetics and Rare Neurological Disorders
  9. Neurodegenerative Diseases: Mechanisms and Therapies
  10. Emerging Technologies in Neurology

Day 2: February 20, 2024

The second day of the congress began with the Opening Ceremony and Moderation Speech led by Prof. Anand Pratap Singh. Keynote presentations explored the principles of emotional processing and the impact of brain damage on emotional function, presented by Dr. Stephen E. Nadeau, and the critical role of preoperative neurological evaluation before surgery, presented by Dr. Giuseppe Bonavina from Montecatone Rehabilitation Institute, Italy.

The symposium on Neuro-Cognitive Plasticity Therapy (NCPT) by Dr. Aakriti Varshney and Dr. Anand Pratap Singh provided valuable insights. The subsequent session focused on Neurocognitive Rehabilitation, featuring talks on computer-assisted virtual cognitive retraining, digital diagnosis of adult ADHD, and the neurological challenges of schizophrenia.

The virtual presentations widened the scope of discussions, presenting studies on harnessing artificial intelligence in rare diseases, persistent dry eye disease in cerebral palsy patients, and positive assertiveness in severe spinal cord injury cases.

As the day progressed, presentations covered diverse topics, including the positive dimension of schizotypy, cognitive impairment in temporal lobe epilepsy, and the role of EMG biofeedback training in Parkinson’s disease.

The conference concluded with gratitude towards speakers, attendees, and organizers for their significant contributions. The 2nd European Congress of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry served as a melting pot of knowledge, fostering collaboration and advancing the frontiers of neuroscientific research. The success of this event sets the stage for the anticipation of future editions, promising even more groundbreaking insights into the intricate world of neurology and neuropsychiatry.

Best Poster Awards 2024

Past Conference Report- 2023

European Congress of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry – Conference Report
March 6-7, 2023 – Canada

The European Congress of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry 2023 held on March 6th and 7th in Canada was a resounding success, bringing together a diverse and engaged audience of over 100 attendees, both physically and online. The event showcased the latest advancements and breakthroughs in the fields of neurology and neuropsychiatry and featured a remarkable lineup of speakers, mentors, and poster presentations. In conclusion, the European Congress of Neurology and Neuropsychiatry 2023 was a remarkable event that united experts, researchers, clinicians, and students from around the world. The engaging keynote speakers, diverse neurology sessions, insightful poster presentations, and successful mentorship program made this conference a pivotal platform for advancing the fields of neurology and neuropsychiatry.


Members from Top association attends Neurology 2023:

  1. American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
  2. European Academy of Neurology (EAN)
  3. World Federation of Neurology (WFN)
  4. American Neurological Association (ANA)
  5. International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS)
  6. European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS)
  7. Child Neurology Society (CNS)
  8. Neurocritical Care Society (NCS)
  9. Society for Neuroscience (SFN)
  10. American Epilepsy Society (AES)
  11. European Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics (ESNCH)
  12. Asian-Oceanian Association of Neurology (AOAN)
  13. Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation (CNSF)
  14. Neurology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM)
  15. Movement Disorders Society (MDS)
  16. Peripheral Nerve Society (PNS)
  17. Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO)
  18. European Stroke Organisation (ESO)
  19. American Headache Society (AHS)
  20. Neurology India Society