- Movement disorders
- Neuro disabilities
- Headache disorders
- Neuro-epidemiological Survey
1. Nagaraja D, Gururaj G, Girish N, Panda S, Sarma PK, Roy C and Srinivasa R. Feasibility of stroke surveillance Data from Bangalore, India. Indian Journal of Medical Research.2009 Oct; 130: 396 – 403.
2. STEPs Stroke Collaborative Study Group. Standard methods for developing stroke registers in low and middle income countries: Experiences from a feasibility study of a stepwise approach to stroke surveillance. Lancet Neurology, January 8, 2007
3. Gururaj G, Satishchandra P and Subbakrishna DK. Epidemiological Correlates of Stroke mortality: Observations from a tertiary institution. Neurology India.1995; 43 (1): 27 35.
4. Pruthvish S, Gururaj G, Srinivas R, et al. Training Guide for identification and reporting of persons with stroke for Medical officers, Project funded by Indian Council for Medical Research, New Delhi, June 2014.
5. Pruthvish S, Gururaj G, Srinivas R, et al. Training Guide for identification and reporting of persons with stroke for health workers, Asha workers, Anganawadi workers and teachers. Project funded by Indian Council for Medical Research, New Delhi, June 2014.
1. Amudhan S, Gururaj G, Satishchandra P. Epilepsy in India 1 : Epidemiology in public health. Ann Indian Acad Neurol 2015;18:263-77.
2. Amudhan S, Gururaj G, Satishchandra P, Epilepsy in India 2 : Impact, Burden and Need for a Multi sectoral Public Health Response (in print – Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology)
3. Gourie-Devi M, Satishchandra P and Gururaj G. Epilepsy control programme in India – A district model. Epilepsia. 2003;44 (Sup I): 58-62.
4. Satishchandra P, Gourie-Devi M, Gururaj G. Epilepsy a public health problem in Asia: The Indian Case, Epilepsia. 2001;42(2): 54.
5. Gururaj G, Narayana Reddy GN, Shariff IA and Subbakrishna DK. Factors affecting utilisation of services by epilepsy patients in rural areas: A descriptive study. NIMHANS Journal. 1994;12(2): 135-140.
6. Gururaj G, Satishchandra P. Correlates of Hot water epilepsy in rural South India. Neuroepidemiology. 1992;11: 173 179.
7. Satish Chandra P, Tripathi M Gururaj G. Epidemiology of Epilepsy. In: Wadia NH and Khadilkar SV(eds). Neurological Practice: A Indian Perspective. 2nd ed.New Delhi: Reed elsevier India Pvt Ltd;2015:195-208.
8. Gourie-Devi M, Satishchandra P and Gururaj G. Delivery of epilepsy care to the community: Towards a national epilepsy Control programme. In: Agarwal SP(ed). Mental health – An Indian perspective 1946 – 2003. New Delhi: Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and family welfare; 2004:295 – 305.
9. Satishchandra P, Gururaj G, Mohamed QD, Senanayake N and Silpakit O. Epilepsy – Out of the Shadows. WHO – South East Asian Regional Office; 2001.
10. Gourie Devi M, Gururaj G and Satishchandra P. Neuroepidemiology in India A Perspective. In: F.Clifford Rose (ed). Recent Advances in Tropical Neurology ; 1995. p 17 30.
11. Gourie Devi M, Satishchandra P and Gururaj G. Report of the National Workshop on public health aspects of epilepsy for senior personnel of state health departments in India. Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology. 1998; 2: 43-48.
1. Ragothaman M, Murgod UA, Gururaj G, Louis ED, Subbakrishna DK, Muthane UB. High occurrence and low recognition of Parkinsonism (and possible PD) in old age homes in Bangalore, South India. J Assoc Physicians India. 2008 Apr;56:233-6.
2. Muthane UB, Ragothaman M, Gururaj G. Epidemiology of Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders in India: problems and possibilities. J Assoc Physicians India. 2007 Oct;55:719-24.
3. Nagaraja S, Rohini R, Ragothaman M, Gururaj G, Subbakrishna DK, Louis ED and Muthane UB. Validity of a Modified Parkinson’s Disease Screening Questionnaire in India: Effects of Literacy of Participants and Medical Training of Screeners and Implications for Screening Efforts in Developing Countries. Movement disorders.2005; 20(12): 1550-56.
4. Ragothaman M, Murgod U, Gururaj G, Subbakrishna DK and Muthane U. Lower risk of Parkinson’s disease in an admixed population of European and Indian origins. Movement disorders.2003; 18(3): 912-15.
5. Muthane U, Jain S and Gururaj G: Hunting genes in Parkinson’s disease from the roots. Medical Hypothesis. 2001; 57(1): 51-55.
6. Gourie Devi M, Gururaj G, Satishchandra P and Subbakrishna DK. Prevalence of Parkison’s disease in Bangalore: A door-to-door survey of Urban and Rural population. Neurology India. 1999 December; 47(1): 73.
7. Gourie-Devi M, Gururaj G, Sasidhar and Subbakrishna DK. Risk factors in Monomelic Amyotrophy A case control study. NIMHANS Journal. 1993; 11(2): 79 87.
1. Taly AB, Gururaj G, Gourie-Devi M, Das BS and Subbakrishna DK. Assessment of neurological disability among hospitalised patients. European Journal of Neurology. 1996;3(2) (suppl): 86.
2. Gururaj G, Gourie-Devi M, Taly AB, and Satishchandra P: Epidemiology of neurological disabilities – Indian scenario: Implications for rehabilitation policies & programmes. In: Taly AB, Nair SK and MuraliT(Eds) Neurorehabilitation – Principles and practice.) Bangalore: National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences;1998.p 1-36.
1. Gururaj G, Kulkarni G B, Rao G N, Subbakrishna D K, Stoner L J, and Steiner T J. Prevalence of socio demographic correlates of primary head ache disorders : Results of a population based survey from Bangalore, India. Indian Journal of Public Health.2014;58:241-48.
2. Stovner LJ, Al Jumah M, Birbeck GL, Gururaj G, Jensen R, Katsarava Z, Queiroz LP, Scher AI, Tekle- Haimanot R, Wang SJ, Steiner TJ. The methodology of population surveys of headache prevalence, burden and cost: Principles and recommendations from the Global Campaign against Headache. Journal of Headache Pain. 2014;15(1):5.15-5.
3. Steiner TJ, GururajG , Andrée C, Katsarava Z, Ayzenberg I, Yu SY, Al Jumah M, Tekle-Haimanot R, Birbeck GL, Herekar A, Linde M, Mbewe E, Manandhar K, Risal A, Jensen R, Queiroz LP, Scher AI, Wang SJ, StovnerLJ. Diagnosis, prevalence estimation and burden measurement in population surveys of headache: presenting the HARDSHIP questionnaire. Jounal of Headache Pain. 2014 ;15(1):3.
4. Steiner TJ, Stovner LJ, Al Jumah M, Birbeck GL, Gururaj G, Jensen R, Katsarava Z, Queiroz LP, Scher AI, Tekle-Haimanot R, Wang SJ, Martelletti P, Dua T, Chatterji S. Improving quality in population surveys of headache prevalence, burden and cost: key methodological considerations. Headache Pain. 2013; 14(1):87.
5. Rao G N, Kulkarni G B, Gururaj G, Rajesh K, Subbakrishna D K , Steiner T and Stovner L. The burden of Headache disorders in India. Methodology and questionnaire validation for community based study in Karnataka state, India. Journal of Headache and Pain. 2012; 13(7): 543 – 550.
1. Gourie-Devi M, Gururaj G, Satishchandra P and Subbakrishna DK. Prevalence of Neurological Disorders in Bangalore, India: A Community based Study with an Urban-Rural Comparison. Neuroepidemiology. 2004;23: 261-68.
2. Gourie Devi M, Gururaj G, Satishchandra P and Subbakrishna DK. Neuroepidemiological pilot survey of an urban population in a developing country. A study in Bangalore, South India. Neuroepidemiology.1996;15: 313 320.