Animal models in Research
In the research Animal’s models are used for the basic study in mechanisms of disease and pre-clinical studies of newly developed therapies. Human and animals (non-human animals) varies normally but they are remarkably similar at the physiological and anatomical level. Animal modeling leads to advancement in research or study on understanding fundamental mechanisms of many diseases like central nervous system (CNS) disorder, axonal regeneration in peripheral and optic nerve injury, motor and nonmotor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease and initial cell death and later regeneration in stroke.
Animal models always play an important role in the scientific exploration of behavior and physiological mechanisms and process that are involved in the control of normal and abnormal behavior where the animal models has long of exploring the mechanism of neuropsychiatric disorders.
- Track 1-1 Animal Models of Neurological Disorders
- Track 2-2 Animal Models for Brain Research
- Track 3-3 Animal models of brain disorders
- Track 4-4 Mouse models in neurological disorders
- Track 5-5 Animal models of neurobehavioral disorders
- Track 6-6 Animal Models for Addiction Research
- Track 7-7 Animal models of traumatic brain injury
- Track 8-8 Animal Models of Stroke and Brain Ischemia
- Track 9-9 Animal models in psychology
- Track 10-10 Techniques for brain imaging in animals