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Past events at CAB Lab

Data collection for MSc/PhD research projects

The space and resources at CABLab have been utilized for data collection by MSc and PhD students for their research projects which involve experimental tasks. The specialized computer systems at CABLab support experimental tools like E-Prime and PEBL.

Sessions on Neuro biology of Addiction as a part of the Train the Trainers program by Christites Against Subtance Use (CASA) at CHRIST BLR campus.

28th April, 2022; 10th November, 2022

Two sessions were conducted by Dr. Madhavi Rangaswamy on the various physiological and neurological aspects of substance use and addiction. This was conducted by CASA, as a part of the Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyan, and was organized by the Department of Sociology & Social Work, CHRIST (Deemed to be University).

Workshop on Teaching about the Brain conducted for B.Ed. students of CHRIST (Deemed to be University)

19th April, 2022

A two hour session was conducted by Dr. Madhavi Rangaswamy among B.Ed. students on teaching about the brain to children at school levels. The attendees were prospective teachers pursuing BEd and the focus of the workshop was on enabling them to integrate knowledge about the brain and its functions in the classroom.

Workshop on Brain Awareness conducted for teachers and students of Vael's Vidyashram Senior Secondary School, Chennai

28-29th February, 2020

Workshop modules were developed for students and teachers of schools that were visited for data collection. During this two day workshop, 23 students attended a workshop on 'How to train your Brain', and 29 teachers attended a workshop on 'Understanding your brain and taking care of the brain'. The sessions were facilitated by Dr. Madhavi Rangaswamy, Harishankar Moosath and Shradha Venkataramanan

CABLab Journal Club presentation

7th February, 2019

A Journal club was conducted by the CABLab on 7 th of February 2019. The facilitator for the journal club was Dr. Ammu Lukose, who presented her work titled ‘Cross-cultural adaption of the Computerized Assessment of Information Processing battery (COGNITO) for an Indian longitudinal study on rural elderly: An elucidation of the adaptation process’.