Call for Abstract

3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Addiction Research & Therapy, will be organized around the theme “Integrating Innovations & Advanced Technologies in Prevention and Treatment of Reward Deficiency Syndrome”

Addiction Therapy-2014 is comprised of 14 tracks and 62 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Addiction Therapy-2014.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Understanding addiction
  • Track 1-2Sources and types of addiction
  • Track 1-3Food addiction and disorder
  • Track 1-4Multimedia and internet addiction
  • Track 1-5Cigarette and smoking addiction
  • Track 1-6Gambling and designer drugs
  • Track 2-1New research targets for alcohol addiction
  • Track 2-2Alcoholism and neurological changes
  • Track 2-3Fetal alcohol syndrome
  • Track 2-4Behavioral effects of chronic alcoholism
  • Track 2-5Psychological and clinical Issues of alcoholism
  • Track 2-6Central stimulants-Khat, methamphetamine, dopamine
  • Track 2-7Substance addiction: Alcohol, tobacco and cannabis
  • Track 3-1Behavioral effects of chronic alcoholism and drug addiction
  • Track 3-2Dysregulation of neural systems
  • Track 3-3Neurobiology of drug addiction
  • Track 3-4Neuroscience research on drug addiction
  • Track 4-1Neurology in substance use
  • Track 4-2Substance abuse causes alteration in genetic structure
  • Track 4-3Neurological changes and behavior change
  • Track 4-4Substance abuse disorders
  • Track 5-1Molecular alteration due to substance use
  • Track 5-2Change of receptor properies for binding
  • Track 5-3Genes involved for the adverse effect
  • Track 5-4Controlling measured and treatment methods
  • Track 6-1Durg use and misuse
  • Track 6-2Prescription and dependence
  • Track 6-3Overdosage and side effects
  • Track 6-4Mental and neural effects of misuse
  • Track 7-1Clinical aspects of addiction study
  • Track 7-2Animal models and addiction research
  • Track 7-3Implementation for teh society use
  • Track 7-4Effects and side effects on human race
  • Track 8-1Neuroimaging methodlogy
  • Track 8-2Human neuroimaging for RDS
  • Track 8-3Animal and human comparision
  • Track 9-1Introduction to Reward Deficiency Syndrome
  • Track 9-2Neuroscience and Reward Deficiency Syndrome
  • Track 9-3Relapse and prevention strategies
  • Track 10-1Maintenance treatment
  • Track 10-2Motivational enhancement therapies
  • Track 10-3Cognitive behavioral therapies
  • Track 10-4Counseling-motivational, psychological, behavioral, and coercive treatment through therapeutic communication
  • Track 10-5Substance abuse treatment
  • Track 10-6Selective dopamine stimulation in therapy
  • Track 11-1SiRNA for therapy of drug addiction and other brain diseases
  • Track 11-2Applied nanotechnology to therapeutic concepts
  • Track 11-3Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
  • Track 11-4Brain-scanning technology
  • Track 11-5Brain imaging studies of addictive substances
  • Track 12-1Cunseling therapies
  • Track 12-2Group therapies
  • Track 12-3CBT therapy
  • Track 12-4Physical and brain therapies
  • Track 12-512 step recovery therapy
  • Track 13-1Yoga: Alternative addiction treatment
  • Track 13-2Meditation, yoga and physical therapies
  • Track 13-3Yoga on geriatric rehabilitation
  • Track 13-4Impact of yoga on mental health issues
  • Track 14-1Clinical diagnostic techniques
  • Track 14-2Case study of addicts
  • Track 14-3Addiction Patient and nursing care