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Journal of Brain Research

ISSN: 2684-4583

Open Access

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Volume 3, Issue 1 (2020)

    Editorials Pages: 1 - 1

    Editorial Note for the Journal of Brain Research

    Domenico A. Restivo

    Journal of Brain Research is a considering research on all aspects 
    of Neuroscience, Neurodegenerative diseases, Experimental neurology, 
    Functional neurology, Traumatic Brain injury, surgical neurology, 
    Neurological rehabilitation, Neurotoxicology, Neuropharmacology, Neuronal 
    plasticity and Behaviour, clinical neurology, Brain development and Cell 
    differentiation. The Journal aims to provide a platform for the exchange of 
    scientific information addressing research topics in the field of Brain and 
    Neurological sciences.
    This peer reviewed journal includes following topics but are not limited to: 
    Neurobiology, Neuroscience, Neurodegenerative disorders, Neurosurgery, 
    Behavioural plasticity, Developmental neurobiology, Aging and memory 
    loss, Neurophysiology, Cerebral ischemia, Neuroinflammation, synaptic 
    plasticity, Taurmatic Brain Injury, Spinal cord injury, Clinical neuroscience, 
    Neuroimaging, cognitive neuroscience, Neuropsychopharmacology, 
    Neuropathology. Contributions across the globe from all professions 
    encompassing Researchers, Clinical Practitioner’s, Doctors and Students 
    are therefore encouraged.

    Young Research Forum Pages: 1 - 1

    Young Research Forum ├ó┬?┬? Young Scientist Awards: World Brain Congress

    JJ Watson

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    Volume 2, Issue 3 (2019)

      Review Article Pages: 1 - 4

      Neuroscience as a strategic tool in the learning process.

      Rodrigo da Silva Carvalho

      Neuroscience contributes to the development of ability in any human body in the compound of seminal 21 society,
      its contents in the remarkable multidisciplinary field, knowing how the brain functions and the systemic nervous
      system reaction reacts is essential for the development of any activity be it cognitive or theory physical importance
      Ensuring the proper functioning of the brain's functional process is paramount to the longevity of this argue. So, it
      makes it necessary to understand how it works.

      Short Communication Pages: 1 - 2

      Brain Tissue Contrast: Ct Versus Mri

      Ramya Balakrishnan

       Medical images aim to provide adequate structural information to diagnose abnormal conditions and aid in therapeutic procedures. Computed tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) are widely used imaging tools for diagnostic purposes and clinical research. These imaging modalities are complementary to each other. However, image quality of CT and MRI greatly varies. For instance, same level of visibility cannot be achieved for white matter displayed on CT and MRI. In 1969, Kurt Rossmann who was a pioneer in modern x-ray imaging research described image quality as that attribute of that image which affects the certainty with which diagnostically useful detail can be detected visually by the radiologist’ [1]. A high-quality image can represent the anatomy of the brain clearly. Quality of an image can be described in terms of contrast, spatial resolution, noise, and artefacts [2]. Contrast is defined as ‘the separation between the darkest and brightest areas of the image’ [3]. In this article, brain tissue contrast exhibited by CT and MRI is discussed in detail. It is important to evaluate the level of contrast provided by CT and MRI for soft and hard tissues of brain, and how human eye perceive these images. An understanding about these concepts helps in choosing the right imaging modality to observe a particular brain tissue.

       Medical images aim to provide adequate structural information to diagnose abnormal conditions and aid in therapeutic procedures. Computed tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) are widely used imaging tools for diagnostic purposes and clinical research. These imaging modalities are complementary to each other. However, image quality of CT and MRI greatly varies. For instance, same level of visibility cannot be achieved for white matter displayed on CT and MRI. In 1969, Kurt Rossmann who was a pioneer in modern x-ray imaging research described image quality as that attribute of that image which affects the certainty with which diagnostically useful detail can be detected visually by the radiologist’ [1]. A high-quality image can represent the anatomy of the brain clearly. Quality of an image can be described in terms of contrast, spatial resolution, noise, and artefacts [2]. Contrast is defined as ‘the separation between the darkest and brightest areas of the image’ [3]. In this article, brain tissue contrast exhibited by CT and MRI is discussed in detail. It is important to evaluate the level of contrast provided by CT and MRI for soft and hard tissues of brain, and how human eye perceive these images. An understanding about these concepts helps in choosing the right imaging modality to observe a particular brain tissue.

      Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

      Past Report Content for Neurology 2020

      J.P.N. Mishra

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      Conference series LLC Ltd. hosted 28th World Congress on Neurology and Therapeutics during February 28 – March 01, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. The conference was organized around the theme “Novel Integrative Studies of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders”.

      Editorials Pages: 1 - 3

      Neurology 2020 Market Analysis

      J.P.N. Mishra

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      Neurology focuses on broad array of disorders and cure of brain and connecting neurons. According to the latest survey conducted by WHO, it is revealed that Neurological Disorders encompassing Stroke, Alzheimer & Dementia, Epilepsy and many more accounts for more than 12% of deaths worldwide on an average and it is also predicted that the number of disability –adjusted life years vanished due to Neurological disorders are expected to accelerate from 95 million globally in 2015 to 103 million by 2030.Moreover, the worldwide cost of neurological squeal solitary estimated in 2010 was US$ 2.5 trillion and it is assumed that the value will spike to over US$ 6 trillion by 2030. `

      Volume 3, Issue 2 (2020)

        Research Pages: 1 - 9

        Link between Gastrointestinal Disorder, Memory, Eating Behaviour and Stress

        Tahseen Ara Azad and Sue McHale

        One in five people is affected by irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and while there is no definitive treatment, there are ways to take control of the condition and
        minimize symptoms. IBS is an invisible, fluctuating disease with potentially embarrassing symptoms. The possible causes of IBS such as diet, stress, anxiety,
        depression are mutually exclusive. Most of the conditions of IBS are multi-causal and causes interact together to trigger symptoms. This retrospective study
        mostly focuses on illustrating the multi-dimensional view of gastrointestinal disorders (specifically IBS). The aim is to determine the association of irritable bowel
        syndrome, stress, eating behaviour and memory. In this study, a symptomology questionnaire is designed to assess the type of gastrointestinal disorder based on
        symptoms, 2 sets of questionnaires are used to measure the level of stress and pattern of eating behaviour, and paired associate learning (PAL) test is conducted
        in CANTAB to estimate short-term memory. The possible hypothesis for the study is to find a positive interlink between gastrointestinal (GI) disorders (particularly
        IBS), stress, eating behaviour and short-term memory, as well as to assess and illustrate the level of association and its effect on immunity.

        Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

        An Overview of Brain Research

        Rodrigo da Silva Carvalho

        Journal publishing has become more diverse and potentially more
        competitive with the emergence of new business models. Open access
        makes original research freely accessible on the web, free of most copyright
        and licensing restrictions on reuse. Despite a transformation in the way
        journals are published, researchers ’ core motivations for publishing appear
        largely unchanged, focused on securing funding and furthering the author’s
        career
        Journal of Brain Research is an Open Access Peer review Journal
        from Scientific Research and Community Publishers publishes all research
        articles in the arena of Brain Res

        Young Research Forum Pages: 1 - 2

        Young Researchers Awards: Young Scientist Awards & Best Poster Awards at Neurology Conference

        J.P.N. Mishra

        The conference will serve as a platform to bring together young scientist, leading scientists, researchers, organizations and all representatives of company sectors with different specialities such as Neurologists and students from Academia. This event is an open forum specifically dedicated for young investigators (i.e. students, PhD candidates and early stage postdocs) working in all fields in the broader area of Neurology. This forum will not only discuss state-of-the-art science to broaden the scientific knowledge of the participants but allow the young researchers to benefit as well from several specifically designed interactive sessions to advance their own career/ research. In particular, the forum aims to foster the spirit of teamwork among the participants, providing the opportunity to network globally and to establish own professional networks.

        Young Research Forum Pages: 1 - 1

        10th International Conference on Brain Injury & Neuroscience Prestigious Award for Young Research's at BRAIN INJURY 2020 - Discovering New Exploration in Neuroscience field

        M.Ramachandran

        Neuroscience Conference Committee is proposed to respect esteemed honors for gifted youthful analysts, researchers, Young Investigators, Post-Graduate understudies, Post-doctoral colleagues, Trainees, Junior staff in acknowledgment of their exceptional commitment towards the meeting topic. The Young Scientist Awards bend over backward in giving a solid expert advancement open door for early profession academicians by meeting specialists to trade and share their encounters on all parts of Neuroscience. Youthful Research's Awards at BRAIN INJURY 2020 for the Nomination: Young Researcher Forum - Outstanding Masters/Ph.D./Post Doctorate theory work Presentation, just 25 introductions satisfactory at the BRAIN INJURY 2020 youthful research discussion.

        Market Analysis Pages: 1 - 2

        Convention on Brain Injury & Neuroscience

        M.Ramachandran

        9th International Conference on Brain Injury & Neuroscience which was organized in Geneva, Switzerland during November 14-15, 2019 has invited all the participants, speakers, students, delegates, sponsors, exhibitors from all over the globe to the conference. These awards were nominated by an inclusive process through Division or Interest Groups. A winner is chosen from the finalists by dedicated award committees. The conference offered emerging scholar awards to outstanding researchers, exceptional graduates or early academicians who have distinctive enthrallment towards the conference themes. The Award strives in providing a strong professional development opportunity for early career academicians—meeting experts in the field, interacting with colleagues from other parts of the world, and creating networks and long-term relations. The five categories in which contestants were nominated and announced as winners are

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