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Journal Articles:

  • Diaz, M.R., Wadleigh, A., Sudhakar, S.K., De Schutter, E., and Valenzuela, C.F. (2013). Na+/K+-ATPase Inhibition Partially Mimics the Ethanol-Induced Increase of the Golgi Cell-Dependent Component of the Tonic GABAergic Current in Rat Cerebellar Granule Cells. PLoS One 8, e55673.​ IF = 4.06

  • Sudhakar, S.K., Torben-Nielsen, B., and De Schutter, E. (2015). Cerebellar nuclear neurons use time and rate coding to transmit purkinje neuron pauses. PLOS Comput. Biol. 11, e1004641. IF = 5.09

  • Sudhakar, S.K., Hong, S., Raikov, I., Publio, R., Lang, C., Close, T., Guo, D., Negrello, M., and De Schutter, E. (2017). Spatiotemporal network coding of physiological mossy fiber inputs by the cerebellar granular layer. PLoS Comput. Biol. 13, e1005754. IF = 4.28

  • Hill, M., Rios, E., Sudhakar, S.K., Roossien, D.H., Caldwell, C., Cai, D., Ahmed, O.J., Lempka, S.F., and Chestek, C.A. (2018). Quantitative simulation of extracellular single unit recording from the surface of cortex. J. Neural Eng. 15, 56007. IF = 4.81

  • Sudhakar, S.K., Choi, T.J., and Ahmed, O.J. (2019). Biophysical Modeling Suggests Optimal Drug Combinations for Improving the Efficacy of GABA Agonists after Traumatic Brain Injuries. J. Neurotrauma 36, 1–14. IF = 4.05

  • Ahmed O.J., Sudhakar S.K. (2019). High frequency activity during stereotyped low frequency events might help to identify the seizure onset zone. Epilepsy Currents 19(3):184-186. IF = 3.3

  • Brennan E.W*., Sudhakar S.K*., Jedrasiak-Cape I., John T.T., Ahmed O.J. (2020). Hyperexcitable neurons enable precise and persistent encoding in the superficial retrosplenial cortex. Cell Reports 30:1598-1612. * Co-first authors. IF = 8.1

  • Sudhakar S.K., Ahmed O.J. (2019). More is more: potential benefits of characterizing high frequency activity over long durations. Epilepsy Currents 19(6):397-399. IF = 3.3

  • Brennan EW, Jedrasiak-Cape I, Kailasa S, Rice SP, Sudhakar SK, Ahmed OJ (2021). Thalamus and claustrum control parallel layer 1 circuits in retrosplenial cortex. eLife 10:e62207  [eLife DIGEST]. IF = 7.08

  • Sudhakar S.K (2023). Are GABAergic drugs beneficial in providing neuroprotection after traumatic brain injuries? A comprehensive literature review of preclinical studies. Front Neurol;14(1109406); IF = 4

  • Sudhakar, S.K., Sridhar, S., Char, S., Pandya, KN., Mehta, K. (2023). Prevalence of comorbidities post mild traumatic brain injuries: a traumatic brain injury model systems study. Front. Hum. Neurosci; 17:1158483

  • Sudhakar, S.K., Mehta, K. (2024). Charting paths to recovery: Navigating traumatic brain injury comorbidities through graph theory–exploring benefits and challenges. Brain Organoid and Systems Neuroscience Journal; 2:10-16


  • Thombre I., Perepu P., Sudhakar S.K. (2023) Application of data science for classification of host phenotype using gut microbiota [Arxiv PREPRINT]

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