Abstract Submission Opens: 15 May 2024

Early Bird Registration Date: 27 June 2024

2nd International Conference on

Neurology & Alzheimer’s Disease

Theme : Neurology 2.0: Unraveling Complexity, Charting New Frontiers in Alzheimer’s Research.

May 12-14, 2025

Copenhagen, Denmark








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Mindspace Conferences is excited to unveil the “2nd International Conference on Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease,” slated to take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from May 12-14, 2025. With the theme “Neurology 2.0: Unravelling Complexity, Charting New Frontiers in Alzheimer’s Research,” this conference aims to foster knowledge exchange and innovative thinking to enhance our understanding and management of these diseases within the healthcare system. Renowned experts in the field will headline the event, offering attendees a prime opportunity to glean insights, network with peers, and delve into the latest research and advancements in neurology and Alzheimer’s disease.

The evolution of sampling, testing, automation, and new technologies has revolutionized the documentation of genomics and culture systems, resulting in a more profound grasp of neurology and Alzheimer’s disease. Through a diverse array of presentations, workshops, and panel discussions, the conference promises to provide invaluable insights into cutting-edge breakthroughs, technologies, and methodologies for the management and treatment of these conditions. Attendees will be empowered to cultivate fresh ideas and engage in discourse surrounding the latest research, all with the overarching goal of enhancing the quality of life for individuals affected by neurology and Alzheimer’s disease.

Copenhagen, the dynamic capital of Denmark, seamlessly marries its rich history with contemporary flair. From its charming canals to the vibrant waterfront of Nyhavn, adorned with 17th-century townhouses in an array of hues, the city exudes an irresistible allure. Nyhavn’s bustling scene, replete with cafes, bars, and restaurants, promises an unforgettable experience. Copenhagen’s steadfast commitment to sustainability shines through its bike-friendly infrastructure and eco-conscious urban planning, making cycling a popular and environmentally friendly mode of transport. Cultural aficionados will delight in the offerings of the National Gallery of Denmark and the panoramic vistas from the iconic Round Tower. Moreover, Copenhagen beckons outdoor enthusiasts with ample recreational opportunities. Join us for the “2nd International Conference on Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease” and become an integral part of advancing research in these pivotal fields. We eagerly anticipate welcoming you to Copenhagen in 2025!

Dr. Tomokatsu Hori

Title : Adult Human Neurogenesis: A View from Two Schools of Thought

Mr.Liang Cao

Title : Analysis of Brain Tumour Immune Micro Environment by Single Cell Transcriptome

Dr. Daiane R. Janner

Title : Dissociation of Cognitive and Motor Behaviour in Aging Mice Devoid of the Prion Protein

Prof. Lianshu Ding

Title : Construction of a Glioma Prognosis Model Based on Machine Learning

Mis.Hana Hebishima

Title : Mathematical Definition of Human Language, and Modeling of Will and Consciousness Based on the Human Language

Scientific Session

  • Neurobiology & Behavior
  • Neural Development & Neuro Muscular Disorders
  • Clinical & Translational Neurology
  • Neuroimaging & Neurostimulation
  • Neural Engineering & Neural Networks
  • Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism
  • Central Nervous System
  • Neuroplasticity & Neuroethics
  • Parkinson’s Diseases & Epilepsy
  • Neuromuscular Disorders
  • Neurophysics & Movement
  • Depression & Anxiety Disorders
  • Headache & Facial Pain
  • Neurodermatology
  • Psychology & Mental Health
  • Brain Injury & Brain Pathology



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