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Scholars' Symposium- Brain and Behaviour Conference (BBC), 2023


The Scholars' Symposium on Day 2 of BBC 2023 comprises a series of talks on topics in Neurosciences by PhD scholars from NIMHAMS, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and CHRIST (Deemed to be University). There will be a discussion following the symposium and the speakers will be sharing their PhD experience as well. Research scholars from all disciplines are welcome to attend the symposium.


PhD scholars from CHRIST who are interested in the topics are welcome to attend the symposium (No registration required). Those who wish to join for lunch or attend other conference sessions have to register for the single day at

Venue: Seminar Hall, 5th Floor, Research and Development (R&D) Block

Date & Time: 15th December; 10:15am to 12:30pm

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Dr Swarna Buddha Nayok 

PhD Scholar

Department of Clinical Neurosciences, NIMHANS

Title: Importance of the Vagus Nerve in Psychiatry


Mr Varghese Mathew

PhD Scholar

CHRIST (Deemed to be) University

Title: Self Modulates an Early Attention Process: An ERP Study

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Ms Sagarika Jaiswal

PhD Scholar

Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

Title: Emotion and Reward

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Ms Priyanjali Paul

PhD Scholar

CHRIST (Deemed to be) University

Title: Neural Correlates of Affective Processing and  Psychopathy Traits.

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Ms Vanika Dhingra

PhD Scholar

Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

Title: Decoding the Synaptic Molecular Puzzle with Super-resolution Microscopy

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Dr Harsh Pathak

PhD Student and CRTP Fellow; Senior Resident

Department of Psychiatry, NIMHANS

Title: Role of Neuromodulation in Schizophrenia

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Mr Sukalyan Deb

PhD Scholar

Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

Title: Cognitive Control of Affective Content

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