Track Categories

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.

Anatomy and Physiology is one of the major fields of living science that provides information to understand the internal structures and mechanisms of the living creatures from microorganisms to macroorganisms. Mastery in anatomy is very important to understand the basics of musculoskeletal functions. Physiology deals with the working and functioning of the organs of the human body.




  • Track 1-1Cell physiology
  • Track 1-2Musculoskeletal anatomy
  • Track 1-3Clinical anatomy
  • Track 1-4Neurophysiology

Anatomy is the study of science that deals with the human body. Physiology is the study that deals with the working function of the human body. It describes the structure and location of the parts inside the organism. Anatomy and Physiology gives the students or any scholars the in depth information of the organization, structures and functions of any living organism. They provide the detailed information of the anatomical systems and physiological systems. In this session, following topics are going to be discussed.


  • Track 2-1Histology
  • Track 2-2Embryology
  • Track 2-3Cytology
  • Track 2-4Chemistry of life
  • Track 2-5Evolution in Human anatomy

The body’s ability to maintain relatively stable internal conditions, although the external condition keeps changing. It is a dynamic condition which is meant to keep body conditions in a narrow range condition. It is the regulation of internal conditions within cells and whole organisms. Our body cannot function properly, if homeostasis is not in a good condition. One of the main clinical applications of homeostasis is to restores the immune system by phagocytic activity during sepsis.


  • Track 3-1Osmoregulation
  • Track 3-2Thermoregulation
  • Track 3-3Gene Regulation
  • Track 3-4Cytokine and Autophagy

Biomechanics is the study of the structure, motion and function of the mechanical aspects of the biological systems. It is a branch of biophysics. It specifically focuses on the mechanics of the movements. It can also produce the mechanism of blood circulation, renal function and other body functions. Biomechanical studies not only about the humans, it also studies about the animals and even plants, about the mechanical working of the cells.



  • Track 4-1Gait analysis
  • Track 4-2Ergonomics
  • Track 4-3Biofluid mechanics
  • Track 4-4Computational Biomechanics
  • Track 4-5Cardiovascular Biomechanics

A biological implant is a device designed to replace a missing biological structure to support the damaged structure and to enhance the functioning of that particular biological structure. The biomedical implants are manufactured only based on the biomechanics of damaged or injured parts. The properties of the biomedical implants are that they are biomaterial, biocompatibility of the material and the health condition of the recipient and the competency of the surgeons.



  • Track 5-1Transplants
  • Track 5-2Metallic Implants
  • Track 5-3Microbial Infections by implants

It is the branch of science that deals with the employment of medical knowledge to legal questions. The autopsy has been considered as the primary tool for forensic medicine. It is most frequently used for the identification and cause of the death. Forensic medicine is the major factor in the identification of victims of disasters. These researches will include from describing basic characters like age, sex and stature to specific other characters like injuries, scars and diseases.


  • Track 6-1Scientific practices in Forensic
  • Track 6-2Forensic Facial Reconstruction
  • Track 6-3Gross anatomy
  • Track 6-4Micro anatomy

Three-dimensional anatomical models provide a digital representation of all or part of the anatomies of the human body. Patient-specific models are derived from clinical analyzes of the individual requiring medical attention. 3D anatomical models are frequently used in R&D product development. 3D-Human Anatomy can also be a modern approach and the easy way for teaching and learning anatomy this helps in understanding anatomy better than adopting methodologies such as dissection and older surgical techniques. Modern techniques have also paved the way for 3DBioprinting.




  • Track 7-13D printing
  • Track 7-2Disease Virtual Model
  • Track 7-33D Approach in Dentistry
  • Track 7-4Human Studio

Radiographic anatomy is also said to be as X-ray anatomy. It involves the study of anatomy through the use of radiographic films. The film represents a two dimensional image of a three dimensional object due to the summary projection of different anatomical structures onto a planar surface. It brings together several non-invasive methods to visualize the internal structures of the body. The most frequently used imaging modalities are radiography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.


  • Track 8-1Integrated Radiology
  • Track 8-2Imaging Techniques
  • Track 8-3Nuclear Medicine
  • Track 8-4Cancer treatment
  • Track 8-5Fluoroscope

The biological system is usually referred to as a group of entities or organs that work together to perform a particular task. Each and every biological systems organization and function must be understood for the complete study of the body. There are different biological systems and they are integumentary system, lymphatic system, skeletal system, reproductive system, muscular system, nervous system and urinary system.



  • Track 9-1Immunology
  • Track 9-2Biophysics
  • Track 9-3Genomics
  • Track 9-4Proteomics

The physiology of nutrition deals with how the body extracts nutrients from food. Nutrition involves various chemical and physiological activities which transform food elements into bodily elements. Research in molecular and physiological genetics considerably broadens our knowledge of galactosemia, phenylketonuria and disorders of homocysteine ​​metabolism. After the finding that hyperhomocysteinemia contributes significantly not only to the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases, it also has a direct correlation with the factors that trigger various diseases of civilization, attention began to pay to study of physiological factors affecting and regulating the levels of this amino acid in the human body.



  • Track 10-1Metabolic Phenotyping
  • Track 10-2Biomarkers
  • Track 10-3Nutritional Diseases
  • Track 10-4Lipids
  • Track 10-5Carbohydrates

Pathophysiology is generally a convergence of pathology with physiology. It is the study of the disordered physiological processes associated with disease or injury. Pathology describes the abnormal or undesirable condition, while pathophysiology tries to explain how the functional changes that occur in an individual due to a disease or medical condition.

Applied physiology is the study of biological systems which comes into recent trends. It involves in the application of physiological propertied to restore core stability and joint stability.


  • Track 11-1Pathophysiological Abnormalities in COVID 19
  • Track 11-2Exercise Physiology

Modern anatomy and physiology deals with the advanced technologies and modern technologies which enables the easiest way in teaching and learning anatomy and physiology. The techniques which ranges from plastination to the modern medical simulators shows the advancement in anatomy and physiology. This modern technology involves the three dimensional modals also.



  • Track 12-1Digital Anatomy
  • Track 12-2Developmental Biology
  • Track 12-3Culture in Anatomy

Cancer is the irresistible growth of abnormal cells in the body. They multiply rapidly and continuously. This happens when the old cells do not die, forms new and abnormal cells. These cells collectively form a mass of tissue called tumor. The tumor is the initiative of cancer. They may either be benign (non-dangerous) or malignant (dangerous). Cancer has a complex physiology. It might occur in any part of the body. The anatomy and physiology of cancer deals with the diagnosis, development, biochemical changes, progression and prognosis of the disease. Complete cure treatments for cancer has not yet been developed but there are some preventive methods and treatments for instant cure. Some of the most common types of cancer are listed below.



  • Track 13-1Bladder cancer
  • Track 13-2Breast cancer
  • Track 13-3Lung cancer
  • Track 13-4Pancreatic cancer
  • Track 13-5Endometric cancer

Physical medication and rehabilitation is a scientific strong point that facilitates human beings regain their frame features which they misplaced because of their scientific situations or injury.


Current in anatomy is about the continuous development of membrane anatomy for gastric cancer. Membrane anatomy combined with neoadjuvant therapy is beneficial to treat the gastric cancer efficiently. Another recent research in anatomy and physiology is  the Developmental of Anatomy and Physiology of the central nervous system in Children.