Ms.Praveena J

Ms.Praveena J

Associate Professor

Name: Ms. Praveena J

Designation: Associate Professor

Qualification: MASLP

Experience: 10 Years 8 Months

Specialty: Audiology and Speech Language Pathology

Area of Interest: Central Auditory Processing Disorders, Electrophysiology, Psychoacoustics, and Aural rehabilitation for children and adults.

Achievements and Awards:

  • Patent filed for ‘Sevithiran application’ prototype development. November 2023.
  • ‘Innovative Sustainable Technology Award’ for prototype presentation of project title ‘Aural Rehabilitation for Children in Tamil’ at International Conference on Higher Education Challenges Solutions for Sustainable Development. September 2023
  • Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEEE), for project titled ‘Aural Rehabilitation for Children in Tamil’. August 2023.
  • Sevithiran application’ prototype development from NewGen IEDC- DST - SRM Innovation Centre. Intramural (completed December 2022).
  • ‘Best paper’ award for paper titled “Efficacy of Tinnitus Retraining Program in relation to the Severity of Tinnitus”, AUDI-CON Manipal. November 2023.
  • ‘Best paper award’ for paper titled “Multidimensional approach for Differential Diagnosis and Intervention of Central Auditory Processing Disorder” FLASH series VII Holy Cross College Tiruchi. November 2023
  • ‘Silver Medal’ under faculty scientific presentation category at Research Day for paper titled “Automated Dichotic Double Word Test in Children with Learning Disability” 5th March 2023.
  • Best paper award’ for paper titled “Binaural Interaction Component Assessment in children with Learning disability” FLASH series VII Holy Cross College Tiruchi. November 2022.
  • ‘Best paper’ award for paper titles ‘Binaural Interaction Component Assessment using Binaural Fusion test in Tamil’ at Dr. Paarivendhar Research Colloquium. March 2022
  • Reviewer in Current Pediatrics Journal.
  • Best Poster’ award for paper titled “Optimum Response of Air-Conduction Induced Ocular Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential in Drivers”, FLASH series II- 2018.
  • ‘Best paper’ award for paper titled ‘Does Origin of Acoustic Tumour Correlate with Myogenic Potential and ABR – A single case study’ Oral presentation at ‘Tamil Nadu Chapter of Indian Speech and Hearing Association (TAN-ISHACON)’. October 2015.