Dr. Jayasree Diwakar Raj Neuropsychologist in Chennai

Dr. Jayasree Diwakar Raj
Neuropsychologist, Chennai

MSc (Psychology)

  • 1 Hospital


Neuropsychologist, Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai


  • Neuropsychology


BS (Optometry), 2005, BITS Pilani & Sankara Nethralaya Eye Hospital

MSc (Psychology), 2007, University of Madras

Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation, 2009, Apollo Hospital Medvarsity

PhD (Psychology), Bharathiyar University

Practice Information

Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai

Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai

Gandhi Nagar, 52 First Main Road, Adyar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600020


10:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Co-authored a paper on a Vocational rehabilitation project – differently abled in the service of differently abled. Deaf and dumb people involved in making ocular prosthesis for one eyed. January 2012
  • ‘Cocurricular activities influencing personality’ in the text book ‘co-curriculum and personality grooming’ (2013). Chapter 10, pg 99 – 107
  • Distress and working memory among middle aged women, Dr. Sarah Manickaraj & Jayasree Sampath, International Journal of Psychosocial Research, Volume – 3, Issue – 1, July, 2014
  • Self esteem influencing the management of epilepsy, Cognitive science in India-Winning young scientists, Chapter 16, August, 2014
  • Dr. Srinivasan Medal for Best project, 2005
  • Best scientific paper award, 2014 at SRM NACIACP annual clinical psychologist conference.
  • Poster presentation of low vision aids in children in international vision and science and optometric conference (EVIOC) during 2005
  • Presented symposium on computer vision syndrome in E.V. Memorial lecture inside Sankara Nethralaya, yearly conference.
  • Presented a paper in SPINE 2012, the annual conference of Neuro Spinal Surgeons Association of India, on Health Survey Outcome on Patients after Lumbar Disc Prolapse Surgery, September, 2012
  • Psychological issues influencing the management of refractory epilepsy in National annual conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists NACIACP at SRM university – February 28 – March 2, 2014
  • Distress and working memory among middle aged women in International conference on Child and Women Mental Health March 21 – 23, 2014 at IDE University of Madras