Dr. Srinivas Prasad K  

Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacy

Epilepsy, hearing loss, behavioral neuroscience, neurobiology, Biomedical devices and signal processing, systems neuroscience, physiology, Electrophysiology, stroke
Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani
Hyderabad Campus
Jawahar Nagar, Kapra Mandal
Dist.-Medchal-500 078
Telangana, India


1.  Kommajosyula SP, Bartlett E, Cai R, Ling L, and Caspary DM. (2021) Corticothalamic projections deliver enhanced responses to medial geniculate body as a function of the temporal reliability of the stimulus. Journal of Physiology, ahead of print, PMID:34783016
2. Kommajosyula SP, and Faingold CL. (2019) Neural Activity in the Periaqueductal Gray and Other Specific Subcortical Structures is Enhanced When an SSRI Selectively Prevents Seizure-induced Sudden Death in the DBA/1 Mouse Model of SUDEP. Epilepsia 60(6): 1221-33, PMID: 31056750.
3. Kommajosyula SP, Cai R, Bartlett E, Caspary DM. (2019) Top-Down or Bottom Up: Decreased Stimulus Salience Increases Responses to Predictable Stimuli of Auditory Thalamic Neurons. Journal of Physiology (London) 597(10):2767-84, PMID: 30924931.
4. Kommajosyula SP, Tupal S, and Faingold CL. (2018) Deficient post-ictal cardiorespiratory compensatory mechanisms mediated by the periaqueductal gray may lead to death in a mouse model of SUDEP. Epilepsy Research 147: 1-8, PMID: 30165263.
5. Kommajosyula SP, Randall M, Brozoski TJ, Odintsov B, and Faingold CL. (2017) Specific subcortical structures are activated during seizure-induced death in a model of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP): A manganese-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging study. Epilepsy Research 135: 87-94, PMID: 28646692.
6. Kommajosyula SP, Randall M, Tupal S, and Faingold CL. (2016) Alcohol withdrawal in epileptic rats – Effects on post-ictal depression, respiration and death. Epilepsy and Behavior, 64: 9-14, PMID: 27723498.
7. Faingold CL, Randall M, and Kommajosyula SP. (2016) Susceptibility to seizure-induced sudden death in DBA/2 mice is altered by adenosine. Epilepsy Research 124: 49-54, PMID: 27259068.
8. Kommajosyula SP, Randall M, and Faingold CL. (2016) Inhibition of adenosine metabolism induces changes in post-ictal depression, respiration, and mortality in genetically epilepsy prone rats. Epilepsy Research 119: 13-9, PMID: 26656779.
9. Faingold CL, Kommajosyula SP, Long X, Plath K, and Randall M. (2014) Serotonin and sudden Death: Differential effects of serotonergic drugs on seizure-induced respiratory arrest in DBA/1 mice. Epilepsy and Behavior 37: 198-203, PMID: 25064738.