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Dr Krishnadas is a Visiting Consultant Psychiatrist at the Priory Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland. Dr Krishnadas is also an Hon Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow. He has a special interest in treating adults with ADHD.
He completed his basic medical training from Govt Medical College, Thrissur, India in 1998, following which he completed his MD (2003) and Diplomate of the National Board in Psychiatry, from TN Medical college, Bombay University and a PhD (2014) from Glasgow University . He is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (2008) and a part time Consultant Psychiatrist with the NHS.
Areas of interest
General Adult Psychiatry; Adult ADHD; Mood disorders including Depression; Anxiety disorders; Obsessive compulsive disorder; Psychotic disorders.
Current NHS consultant posts held
ESTEEM Early Intervention in Psychosis team.
Neuroimaging; inflammation; depression; psychosis.
(Additional) Languages spoken
- Malayalam - Native or bilingual
- Hindi - Conversational
- Tamil - Conversational
1. Leighton SP, Upthegrove R, Krishnadas R et al. Development and validation of multivariable prediction models of remission, recovery, and
quality of life outcomes in people with first episode psychosis: a machine learning approach. The Lancet Digital Health. 2019 September; 1(6):261.
2. Leighton SP, Krishnadas R, Chung K, et al. Predicting one-year outcome in first episode psychosis using machine learning. PLoS One.
3. Supekar K, Cai W, Krishnadas R, et al. Dysregulated Brain Dynamics in a Triple-Network Saliency Model of Schizophrenia and Its Relation to Psychosis. Biol Psychiatry. 2019 Jan 1;85(1):60-69.
4. Jauhar S, Krishnadas R, Nour MM, et al. Is there a symptomatic distinction between the affective psychoses and schizophrenia? A machine learning approach. Schizophr Res. 2018 Dec; 202:241-247.
5. Leighton SP, Nerurkar L, Krishnadas R, et al. Chemokines in depression in health and in inflammatory illness: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Mol Psychiatry. 2018 Jan;23(1):48-58.
6. Krishnadas R, Cooper SA, Nicol A, et al. Brain-stem serotonin transporter availability in maternal uniparental disomy and deletion Prader-Willi
syndrome. Br J Psychiatry. 2018 Jan;212(1):57-58.
7. Krishnadas R, Harrison NA. Depression Phenotype, Inflammation, and the Brain: Implications for Future Research. Psychosom Med. 2016 May;78(4):384-8.
8. Krishnadas R, Nicol A, Sassarini J, et al. Circulating tumour necrosis factor is highly correlated with brainstem serotonin transporter availability in humans. Brain Behav Immun. 2016 Jan;51:29-38.
9. Raghuthaman G, Venkateswaran R, Krishnadas R. Adjunctive aripiprazole in risperidone-induced hyperprolactinaemia: double-blind, randomised,
placebo-controlled trial. BJPsych Open. 2015 Oct;1(2):172-177.
10. Krishnadas R, Palaniyappan L, Lang J, et al. Psychoticism and salience network morphology. Personality and individual differences. 2014 January; 57:37-42.
11.Cavanagh J, Krishnadas R, Batty GD, et al. Socioeconomic status and the cerebellar grey matter volume. Data from a well-characterised population sample. Cerebellum. 2013 Dec;12(6):882-91.
12.Krishnadas R, Kim J, McLean J, et al. The envirome and the connectome: exploring the structural noise in the human brain associated with socioeconomic deprivation. Front Hum Neurosci. 2013;7:722.
- Dip NB Psychiatry National board of examinations 2006
- MRCPsych Royal College of Psychiatrists 2008
- PhD University of Glasgow 2014
- MD Psychiatry Bombay University 2003
- MBBS University of Calicut 1998
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