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Introduction to the word “bacteria” – most people instantly think of infections, diseases, and food poisoning. But bacteria are the most basic form of lives, where nothing else could grow or live without them on our planet. Bacteria are commonly found in the healthy human bodies and they are a tiny portion of the vast universe of microbes. Yet, there are bacteria like Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumoniae and etc which are life-threatening.
- Track 1-1Pathogenesis of tuberculosis
- Track 1-2Antigenic variation in bacteria
- Track 1-3Tickborne bacterial diseases
- Track 1-4Transposable element in bacterial pathogenesis
- Track 1-5Bacterial vaginosis and syndromic approach to diagnosis of STD
- Track 1-6Other mycobacterial diseases
- Track 1-7Antibacterial Drugs: Resistance
- Track 1-8Classification of Medically Important Viruses
- Track 1-9Nematodes
- Track 1-10Mycobacteriology
Only 5,000 viral types have been identified, while millions of types are thought to exist. As virus enter the host, they release a small piece of genetic material which forces the cell to replicate, and the virus multiplies. Not only a virus destroys the cells but also it can change the function of the cell. Some of the hazardous viruses include human papillomavirus (HPV) and Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) and etc. Antiviral medications help in some cases where Antibiotics are not effective against viruses. Using antibiotics will not stop the virus, it increases the risk of antibiotic resistance.
- Track 2-1Oncogenic viruses
- Track 2-2Congenital viral infection
- Track 2-3Ebola and Zika Viral Infections
- Track 2-4Exotic viral infection
- Track 2-5Evolution of viruses
- Track 2-6Antiretroviral therapy
- Track 2-7Antivirals
The parasite is a living thing which lives on or in other organisms and thrives to the damage the host. Different Human parasites can cause parasitic diseases such as malaria, trichomoniasis and sleeping sickness, the cellular mechanisms by which the parasite infects the host. The study of these parasites and the relationship between the parasites and hosts are known as the Parasitology. 70% of Human parasites are not visible to the human eye but cause millions of deaths each year throughout the globe. Protozoa, Helminths, and Ectoparasites are the three main types of parasites.
- Track 3-1Epidemiology of Luminal parasites
- Track 3-2Molecular epidemiology of Malaria and other parasitic diseases
- Track 3-3Drug resistance in malaria
- Track 3-4Intestinal & Urogenitalâ€”Protozoa
- Track 3-5Trematodes
Approximately 51 million species of fungus are known to exist. Fungal infections are common in every part of the natural world and can be caused by inhaling the fungal spores such as thrush, or candidiasis. Fungal infections result when it is too much for the immune system to handle in a human body. Thus, the branch of biology that deals with these fungal infections and their taxonomy is known as Mycology.
- Track 4-1Fungal infection and Diseases
- Track 4-2Epidemiology
- Track 4-3Emerging Fungal Diseases of Human and Animals
- Track 4-4Therapeutic drug monitoring of antifungals
- Track 4-5Mycotoxins
- Track 4-6Prevention and Antifungal Therapeutics
- Track 4-7Diagnostic Techniques
- Track 4-8Newer antifungal drugs
The scientific study of the microbes which contaminate the food and the microbes which are helpful in the production of food is known as the Food Microbiology. Several varieties of microbially-produced polymers such as polysaccharides, polyesters and polyamides are used in the food industry. The major focus of the food microbiology is the food safety. Good bacteria such as probiotics produce health benefits to their host.
- Track 5-1Foodborne pathogens
- Track 5-2Food-borne Diseases
- Track 5-3Food Toxicology
- Track 5-4Probiotics
- Track 5-5Microbial Biopolymers
- Track 5-6Advancements in Food Microbiology
The study of effect of the microbes in the environment is known as the Environmental Microbiology. Environmental Microbiology introduces the diversity of microbial populations and their significant roles in air, water, soils, and sediments. Microorganisms play an essential role in the natural recycling of living materials.
- Track 6-1Marine Microbiology
- Track 6-2Microbial effects on Environment
- Track 6-3Agricultural Microbiology
- Track 6-4Probiotics and Prebiotics
- Track 6-5Plant and Veterinary Microbiology
- Track 6-6Bioremediation
- Track 6-7Biodegradation
- Track 6-8Petroleum Microbiology
Medical microbiology deals with the clinical and medical application of the microbes such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites for the improvement of health. Medical Microbiology is concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases caused by various microorganisms in the environment.
- Track 7-1Antimicrobial activity
- Track 7-2Infectious diseases
- Track 7-3Pelvic Infections
- Track 7-4Major Histocompatibility Complex & Transplantation
- Track 7-5Hypersensitivity (Allergy)
- Track 7-6Immunodeficiency
- Track 7-7Phagocytosis
Variety of Microbes cause diseases that can be either Acute or Chronic. They include diseases like HIV, Ebola, Tuberculosis, Common Cold, Measles, Zika, Malaria, Flu, Hepatitis, Strep Throat, etc. The way of spreading of these infections can differ accordingly. Infectious diseases are mainly caused by microbes such as fungi, protozoa and helminths.
- Track 8-1Nosocomial Infections and Multidrug-Resistant Organisms
- Track 8-2Infectious Diseases Affecting the Skin and Eyes
- Track 8-3Infectious Diseases Affecting the Nervous System
- Track 8-4Probiotics Microbiome
- Track 8-5Urinary Tract Infection
The production of High-value products such as drugs, chemicals and etc needs the microorganisms in large scale industrial process. These processes which take place with the help of microbes are called as fermentation processes. The importance of the Industrial Microbiology includes the production of the energy sources by degenerating contaminants of industry and other toxins.
- Track 9-1Microbes used in biotechnology
- Track 9-2Quality control in microbiology
- Track 9-3Microbial enzymes
- Track 9-4Advancements Industrial Microbiology
- Track 9-5Biodeterioration
Microbial Biofilm is the formation of a flock of microorganisms that may belong to the same species or of different species. Usually, they will be found as a dental plaque and in the vaginal and urinary tract. It is difficult to eradicate them because of their tendency to become resistant. Microbial biofilms have a hard impact on periodontitis and cystic fibrosis.
- Track 10-1Biofilms and microbial adhesion
- Track 10-2Formation and Development of Biofilms
- Track 10-3Properties and Habitants of Biofilms
- Track 10-4Dental Plaque
- Track 10-5Biofilms Causing Infections
- Track 10-6Uses of Biofilms in Various Fields
- Track 10-7Biofilm Production
Infection should be diagnosed and treated at the premature stage to avoid further complications. The development of new techniques in the diagnosis and treatment should decrease the time consumption to find the infection caused by a particular microbe. The poweful medicines against bacterial infections includes antibiotics which also helps to prevent the disease development in the host.
- Track 11-1Antimicrobial resistance
- Track 11-2Hospital Infection Control
- Track 11-3Antimicrobial therapy
- Track 11-4Antimicrobial Treatment
- Track 11-5Microarray system in diagnosis of infectious disease
An infection happens when a foreign organism or a pathogen enters an individual’s body and induces harm. Some infections are mild and hardly noticeable, but others are severe and dangerous, and some are even resistant to treatment. Examples of these pathogens include bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoa, parasites, and prions. Infection control is the discipline concerned with preventing infections and it is an essential part of the infrastructure of health care.
- Track 12-1Infection in organ transplants
- Track 12-2Infection prevention and control
- Track 12-3Respiratory-track infections
- Track 12-4Hospital infection control
- Track 12-5Infection control dentistry
- Track 12-6Prevention of intravascular catheter
- Track 12-7Immunization and Infection Control
Autoimmune diseases occur when the immune system recognizes its own healthy cells as foreign invaders and attack them. The most common autoimmune diseases include Celiac disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, Psoriasis and etc. These disorders caused by the immune system are most difficult to diagnose. The diagnosis differs based on the specific disease and it may take years.
- Track 13-1Common autoimmune diseases
- Track 13-2Risk factors of Autoimmune diseases
- Track 13-3Types of Autoimmune diseases
- Track 13-4Diagnosis of Autoimmune diseases
- Track 13-5Treatment of Autoimmune diseases
Vaccinations are safe or not? Well, no vaccine is 100 percent safe they could be frightening through their side effects and symptoms but none of those effects results in permanent damage. Every licensed vaccine undergoes years of safety testing and finally given to prevent serious diseases.
- Track 14-1Newer viral vaccines
- Track 14-2Pneumococcal DNA vaccine
- Track 14-3Role of BCG vaccine
- Track 14-4Recent advances in TB vaccinology
- Track 14-5Bacterial vaccines
Pathology is a Greek word and it is defined as the study of diseases and its behaviour. Pathology is mainly concerned with the study of the causes, effects and diagnosis of diseases. Oncology is a branch of medicine that involves diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer.
- Track 15-1Breast Pathology
- Track 15-2Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology
- Track 15-3Oncopathology
- Track 15-4Immunopathology
- Track 15-5 Anatomical & Forensic Pathology
- Track 15-6Hematopathology
Infectious Diseases are caused by distinct microorganisms such as viruses, fungi or parasites. These Infectious Diseases can have adverse effects like mortality. These Infectious Diseases can be infected by touching, eating, drinking or even breathing certain viruses or bacteria and they can also spread via animal bites, insect bites and sexual contact.
- Track 16-1Pediatric Infectious Diseases
- Track 16-2Antibiotic resistance
- Track 16-3Dengue: A Global Threat
- Track 16-4Emerging Infectious Diseases
- Track 16-5Microbial Drug Resistance
- Track 16-6Molecular Immunology and Gut Microbes Research
- Track 16-7Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Track 16-8International Child Health and Paediatric Infections