PARTICIPATION IN THE CONFERENCE IS POSSIBLE IN THE FOLLOWING FORMS:

  • Plenary Report
  • Lecture
  • Poster presentation
  • Section Report
  • Publication of abstracts (Abstract submission)

Conference sections

FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF CHRONOBIOLOGY AND CHRONOMEDICINE:

  • Philosophical categories of space and time and biorhythms.
  • Epiphysis, melatonin and biorhythms.
  • The biotropic effects of space weather: new directions of research.
  • Methods of registration, mathematical analysis of biorhythms.

CHRONOBIOLOGICAL ADAPTATION AND SPORTS BASIS ACTIVITIES

  • Chronobiology and competitive sports: recent research and future prospects.
  • Chronobiological approach in determining the time of the training process.
  • Endocrine rhythms and sports: hormones and athletic performance.
  • Chronobiological features of athlete nutrition.
  • Chronobiology of physical performance in sports medicine.
  • Sleep, circadian rhythms and athletic performance.
  • The effect of air travel on athletic performance.

APPLIED ASPECTS OF CHRONOBIOLOGY AND CHRONOMEDICINE:

  • Chronodiagnosis and chronotherapy in the clinic of internal diseases.
  • Chronopharmacology.
  • Mental illness and biorhythms.
  • Biofeedback devices in chronodiagnosis and therapy.
  • Biorhythms in gynecology.

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

Requirements to the abstract formatting

1. Working languages –English.

2. Abstract text volume (without figures, formulas and tables) should not exceed 4 pages of A4 format (210×297 mm).Abstract text should be accomplished in MS Word text editor with the following settings: bottom margin – 2.5 cm, top margin – 2.5 cm, left and right margins – 2.5 cm; line interval – single; header and footer: header – 0 cm, footer – 2 cm, main text font – Times New Roman, 14 pt.

3. Abstract could contain references through the text as well as reference list. Number of references is limited by 6.

Example

Vladimir Khavinson1,2, Natalia Linkova1,3, Oleg Ivko1,4

AEDG peptide regulates the expression of circadian genes Clock, Cry2, Csnk1e in human immune cells

1 Saint-Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

2 Institute of Physiology named after I.P. Pavlov RAS, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

3 Postgraduate Academy of Federal State Budgetary Institution “Federal Scientific and Clinical Center for Specialized Types of Medical Care and Medical Technologies of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency”, Moscow, Russia

4 Institute of Predictive Medicine, Nicosia, Cyprus

The pineal hormone melatonin (MT) is an essential regulator of circadian rhythms. MT activates circadian genes Bmal, Clock, Per, Cry due to its effect on membrane or nuclear receptors MT1 and MT2, or due to a direct effect on transcription factors [2, 4, 5]. It was found that MT synthesis is regulated by the polypeptide complex of epiphysis (Epithalamin) [1, 3].

Abstract deadline – 15 August 2020

RESPONSIBLE COORDINATORS:

· On general and international issues: Gushchina Julia, Deputy Director for International Activities of the Medical Institute of the RUDN University – Russia, 117198, Moscow, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya, d 10/2, room 346, (+7 (495) 787-3803 (ext. 2639), gushchina-yush@rudn.ru

· on participation in the conference and presentations: Sergey Chibisov, kalcna@mail.ru;

· on the publication of conference materials in the collection of RUDN Koryagina Julia, tel.+7 (87934)63150 (2026), 8(87934)99231, 89064711405, nauka@skfmba.ru;

· on publishing in the “World Heart Journal”: Kharlitskaya Elena, +7(916)-870-2448, e.har@mail.ru;

· for participation in the exhibition of medical equipment: Omar al Bavaria, +7(999)-909-39-65, alomar442@mail.ru;

· for hotel accommodation: Omar al Bavario, +7(999)-909-39-65, alomar442@mail.ru.

· On the cultural program: Omar al Bavario, +7(999)-909-39-65, alomar442@mail.ru.