Track 05: Forensic Medicine and Anatomy Research

Forensic Medicine and Forensic Anatomy research deals with the criminal investigations. Individuals dealing with these researches are also known as Crime Scene Investigators (CSI). These researches will include from describing basic characters like age, sex, stature to specific other characters like injuries, scars and diseases. The fields which are included in forensic medicine and anatomy research are

  • Anatomical and physiological sciences
  • Anthropotomy
  • Clinical forensic medicine
  • Forensic psychiatry
  • Analytical chemistry
  • Forensic toxicology
  • Sectional and imaging anatomy
  • Surgical and radiological anatomy

Track 04: 3D-Human Visualization: Platform for Anatomy and Diseases

The complex medicineanatomy studies and disease diagnosis can be simplified by 3D-Human Visualisation. 3D-Human Anatomy can also be a modern approach to teaching and learning anatomy. This helps in understanding anatomy better than adopting the methodologies like dissection and the older surgical techniques. Modern techniques have also paved way for 3D-Bioprinting. This method has the advantage of producing or generating patient specific tissues for personalized treatments.

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Grab the opportunity to discuss the recent advancements in the field of Anatomy and Physiology and expose your research work across the global network via ‘Physiology 2019’.

Physiology 2019 is a global gathering of the world’s leading anatomists and physiologists along with post doctorates, students and academicians from various places. It is the platform to exhibit the recent advancements in the field of anatomy and physiology.

Sessions of the conference

1. Research Based Anatomy and Physiology

2. Biomechanics and Biomedical Implants

3. Modern Anatomy and Physiology

4. 3D-Human Visualization: Platform for Anatomy and Diseases

5. Forensic Medicine and Anatomy Research

6. Anatomy and Physiology of Various Biological Systems

7. Objectives of Physiology

8. Applied Physiology and Neurobiology

9. Experimental Physiology and Pathophysiology

10. Physiological Impairment and Functional Disability

11. Pathophysiology of pre and post Amputation

12. Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation

13. Sports Physiology

14. Engineering Physiology: Human Physiology in Ergonomics

Track 3: Modern Anatomy and Physiology

Modern Anatomy and Physiology deals with the advanced methodologies and modern technologies involved in teaching and learning anatomy and physiology. Technological advancements lead to a good quality of research. The techniques ranging from plastination to the new modern medical patient simulators shows the development of science and technology in anatomy and physiology. They also include several teaching modalities like 3D-anatomy.

Track 02: Biomechanics and Biomedical Implants

Biomechanics deals with the study of structure and function of biological structures. The field of biomechanics encompasses the biofluid mechanics, biotribology, comparative biomechanics, computational biomechanics and continuum biomechanics.

Biomedical Implant is a man-made device designed to replace or support a damaged biological structure, or to improve the function of an existing biological structure. Biomedical implants are transplanted biomedical tissues. Sometimes, the implants are bioactive such that they are either implantable pills or drug-eluting stents. The biomedical implants are manufactured only based on the biomechanics of the damaged or injured parts.

  • Sensory and neurological
  • Cardiovascular
  • Orthopaedic
  • Electric
  • Contraception
  • Cosmetic
  • Other organs and systems

Track 01: Research Based Anatomy and Physiology

Anatomy and Physiology is a major field of biological science to understand the bodily structure and the mechanism of living creatures from microorganisms to macro organisms.

Anatomy deals with the structure and morphology of the living organisms whereas physiology deals with the working and functioning of the organs and systems in the living body. It involves neurophysiology, histology, gross anatomy and cytology. Knowledge about anatomy is very important to understand the basic of musculoskeletal functions and physiology helps us to understand life.