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.

By disease-causing agents, infection is the invasion of the body tissues of an organism, their reaction and the multiplication of host tissues to the infectious agents and toxins that they contain. These diseases are caused by microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites and can spread in the middle of individuals. In death, worldwide Infectious diseases are one of the leading causes. Scientists are presently searching for new approaches to treat infectious diseases, focusing on exactly how the pathogens change and drug resistance? evolves.


  • Track 1-1Dengue: A Global Threat
  • Track 1-2Emerging Infectious Diseases
  • Track 1-3Microbial Drug Resistance
  • Track 1-4Molecular Immunology and Gut Microbes Research
  • Track 1-5Clinical Microbiology, Bone and Joint Infections
  • Track 1-6Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Track 1-7International Child Health and Paediatric Infections

Bacteria are single-cell organisms that live almost everywhere. The word "bacteria" has a negative overtone, but actually bacteria perform many vital functions for organisms and in the environment. Infectious bacteria can make you ill. They can reproduce quickly in your body. It gives off chemicals called toxins, which can damage your tissue and make you sick. Viruses are spread from one person to another person by Coughs, Sneezes, Vomits, Bites from infected animals or insects.


  • Track 2-1Causes and Diagnosis for Infectious Diseases
  • Track 2-2Therapeutics for Infectious Diseases
  • Track 2-3Bacterial Infections
  • Track 2-4 Emerging Diseases

Viruses are very tiny germs. They are made of genetic material inside of a protein coating such as DNA or RNA, that’s enclosed in a coat of protein. Some viruses also have a fatty "envelope" covering. Antibiotics do not work for viral infections. To treat some viral infections antiviral medicines are there. Vaccines help to prevent you from getting many viral diseases. Common symptoms of the respiratory viral disease include runny or stuffy nose, coughing or sneezing, fever, body aches.


  • Track 3-1 Exanthematous viral disease
  • Track 3-2 Hepatic viral diseases
  • Track 3-3Cutaneous viral diseases
  • Track 3-4Diagnosis for Viral Diseases
  • Track 3-5Respiratory Viral Infections

Nematodes have assorted nourishing subgroups. The dominant part benefits from microorganisms, while others feed on parasites, plants or creatures. One of the bacteriavorous animal varieties, Caenorhabditis elegans, is a significant model creature broadly utilized these days. There are just around a thousand physical cells in C. elegans, of which the formative destinies have been totally mapped. With the utilization of RNAi and other hereditarily controlling procedures, C. elegans has been a helpful instrument in animal studies.


  • Track 4-1Plant-parasitic nematodes
  • Track 4-2Human and animal parasites
  • Track 4-3Abundance, and diversity of nonpathogenic nematodes
  • Track 4-4Animal parasitic nematology

The invasion and multiplication of microorganisms, for example, microscopic organisms, viruses, and parasites that are not typically introduced inside the body. Contamination may stay confined, or it might spread through the blood or lymphatic vessels to get systemic. A vaccine is an inactivated type of microorganisms or virus that is infused into the body to mimic an actual disease or infection. Since the infused microorganisms are 'dead,' they don't make an individual become sick.


  • Track 5-1Transplant Infectious Diseases
  • Track 5-2Microbes in food
  • Track 5-3Probiotics and prebiotics
  • Track 5-4 Fermenters and Fermentation

Environmental biotechnology is the biotechnology branch that uses biological processes to address environmental issues such as pollution removal, renewable energy generation, or biomass production. Environmental biotechnology can be used to detect, prevent and remediate the emission of pollutants into the environment in a number of ways. It may also use plants to filter pollutants in soil, water, or air, convert plants to biofuels, or develop more sustainable processes to prevent pollution.


  • Track 6-1 Structure and activities of microbial communities
  • Track 6-2Microbial interactions and interactions with macroorganisms
  • Track 6-3Microbes and surfaces
  • Track 6-4Microbial community genetics and evolutionary processes
  • Track 6-5Biogeochemical processes

Industrial microbiology is a branch of applied microbiology used in industrial processes by microorganisms. Microbes can also be used for the food industry as well. Microbes are very useful in creating some of the mass-produced products that are consumed by people. Instead of using dangerous chemicals and or inoculants, we can use Microbes in an agricultural application for use as a biopesticide to help plant proliferation. The therapeutic function for industrial microbiology is the development for medical purposes of new drugs synthesized in a particular organism. Production of antibiotics is necessary for the treatment of many bacterial infections.


  • Track 7-1Wildlife Tracking And Monitoring System
  • Track 7-2Control of Microbial Contamination
  • Track 7-3New Epigenetics & Cell Biology
  • Track 7-4Advances in cataract surgery
  • Track 7-5Biomedical Imaging and Image Analysis

Antibiotics, otherwise called anti-bacterials, are prescriptions that obliterate or hinder the development of microscopic organisms. They incorporate a scope of amazing medications and are utilized to treat infections brought about by microscopic organisms. Anti-toxins battle bacterial contaminations either by eliminating microscopic organisms or easing back and suspending its development. Around 70 percent of the time, indications of intense bacterial sinus contaminations leave inside about fourteen days without anti-infection agents.


  • Track 8-1 Bacterial physiology
  • Track 8-2Metabolic engineering
  • Track 8-3Microbial Cellular Genomics
  • Track 8-4Microbial Metabolism
  • Track 8-5Microbial Genetics
  • Track 8-6Molecular Microbiology

For the individuals who are keen on functioning as a pediatric irresistible sickness expert, they may decide to become board affirmed in pediatrics first, which requires a three-year pediatric residency pursued by a three-year pediatric irresistible malady cooperation. Irresistible illnesses are scatters brought about by life forms, for example, microbes, infections, organisms or parasites. Numerous creatures live in and on our bodies. They're typically innocuous or even accommodating. Be that as it may, under specific conditions, a few life forms may cause malady. Some irresistible sicknesses can be passed from individual to individual.


  • Track 9-1 Bone Infections
  • Track 9-2Blood Infections
  • Track 9-3Diphtheria
  • Track 9-4Syphilis
  • Track 9-5Syphilis

The study of disease transmission of the irresistible sickness includes the investigation of the predominance, frequency and determinants of contaminations in populations. Irresistible illnesses stay one of the most significant reasons for bleakness and mortality around the globe. The expression "the study of disease transmission" seems to have first been utilized to depict the investigation of plagues in 1802. Disease transmission specialists additionally study the communication of diseases in a population, a condition known as a syndemic.


  • Track 10-1Medicine & Disease Control Epidemiology
  • Track 10-2Metabolism and Metabolic Disorders
  • Track 10-3Public Health Nursing
  • Track 10-4Viral pathogenicity

Contamination happens when infections, microscopic organisms, or different microorganisms enter your body and start to multiply. Because of infection, your safe immune system gets in to a action. White platelets, antibodies, and different mechanisms that go to work to rid your body of the foreign intruder. The resistant Immune system utilizes white platelets and antibodies to recognize and wipe out life forms that get past the body's regular barriers.


  • Track 11-1Mumps vaccine
  • Track 11-2Non-Specific (Innate) Immunity
  • Track 11-3Diphtheria toxoid
  • Track 11-4 Pertussis vaccine

Airborne and Direct Contact Diseases Include Acute Flaccid Myelitis - An uncommon however genuine condition that influences the spinal string and causes muscles and reflexes to get frail. Bacillus anthracis - A genuine infection brought about by Bacillus anthracis, a bacterium that structures spores. Numerous microbes can cause malady. Numerous sicknesses spread through contact transmission. You can come down with certain infections basically by relaxing. These are called airborne infections. The airborne malady can spread when a tainted individual hacks, sniffles, or talks, regurgitating nasal and throat emissions into the air. Certain infections or microscopic organisms take off and linger palpably or land on others or surfaces.


  • Track 12-1Acute Flaccid Myelitis
  • Track 12-2Droplet infection
  • Track 12-3Coronavirus
  • Track 12-4Mosquito borne diseases
  • Track 12-5Influenza
  • Track 12-6Tuberculosis

Veterinary Microbiology is the branch of microbiology that is mainly concerned with microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses and etc that are responsible for causing diseases to animals. Veterinary Microbiology is the study of the microbial diseases of domesticated vertebrate animals that supply food and other needful products.


  • Track 13-1Animal breeding and genetics
  • Track 13-2Veterinary immunology
  • Track 13-3Veterinary Epidemiology
  • Track 13-4Surgery and Anesthesiology
  • Track 13-5Veterinary Bacteriology
  • Track 13-6Veterinary Mycology

Cell microbiology endeavors to utilize pathogenic microorganisms as apparatuses for cell-science inquire about and to utilize cell-science strategies to comprehend the pathogenicity of microorganisms. Poisons and destructiveness factors from microorganisms have been utilized for quite a long time to impact forms in eukaryotic cells and to consider them.


  • Track 14-1Cancer immunology
  • Track 14-2Ocular Immunology
  • Track 14-3 Adaptive immunity
  • Track 14-4Opportunistic pathogens
  • Track 14-5Cell signaling pathways

Parasitology is the part of the sciences managing parasites that contaminate people, the infections brought about by them, the clinical picture and the reaction delivered by people against them. It is additionally worried about different techniques for their determination, treatment and their avoidance and control. Emerging illnesses, for example, Lyme infection, transmitted by ticks, progressively are perceived as huge to human wellbeing. Therapeutic parasitologists utilize numerous ways to deal with combat parasites.  


  • Track 15-1Structural parasitology
  • Track 15-2 Conservation biology of parasites
  • Track 15-3Taxonomy and phylogenetics
  • Track 15-4Multicellular Metazoa

Fungal infections are very often called 'ringworm' but are not caused by worms. In the air, soil, water, and plants, fungi can live. In fungal infections, the common symptoms include skin changes, including red and possibly cracking or peeling skin, itching. Infections are easily spread by direct skin contact with humans or animals, or indirectly from by exposure articles on floors or in the soil. In humans, when an invading fungus takes over an area of the body fungal infections occur and is too much for the immune system to handle.


  • Track 16-1Fungal infection and Diseases
  • Track 16-2Epidemiology
  • Track 16-3Emerging Fungal Diseases of Human and Animals
  • Track 16-4Therapeutic drug monitoring of antifungals
  • Track 16-5Mycotoxins
  • Track 16-6Prevention and Anti-fungal Therapeutics
  • Track 16-7Diagnostic Techniques
  • Track 16-8Newer antifungal drugs