Mohanbabu Rathnaiah
Mohanbabu Rathnaiah
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Nottingham
Verified email at nottingham.ac.uk
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Sociodemographic and medical risk factors associated with antepartum depression
GR Babu, GVS Murthy, N Singh, A Nath, M Rathnaiah, N Saldanha, ...
Frontiers in public health 6, 127, 2018
132018
Small for gestational age babies and depressive symptoms of mothers during pregnancy: Results from a birth cohort in India
GR Babu, GVS Murthy, Y Reddy, R Deepa, A Yamuna, S Prafulla, ...
Wellcome open research 3, 2018
122018
Association of quality of life and job stress in occupational workforce of India: Findings from a cross-sectional study on software professionals
GR Babu, PM Sudhir, T Mahapatra, A Das, M Rathnaiah, I Anand, ...
Indian journal of occupational and environmental medicine 20 (2), 109, 2016
72016
Quantifying the core deficit in classical schizophrenia
M Rathnaiah, EB Liddle, L Gascoyne, J Kumar, M Zia Ul Haq Katshu, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin open 1 (1), sgaa031, 2020
12020
Motor-related oscillatory activity in schizophrenia according to phase of illness and clinical symptom severity
LE Gascoyne, MJ Brookes, M Rathnaiah, MZUH Katshu, L Koelewijn, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 29, 102524, 2020
2020
Motor-related oscillatory activity in schizophrenia according to phase of illness and clinical symptom severity
M Rathnaiah, MZ Katshu, J Kumar, L Palaniyappan, PF Liddle
2020
Small for gestational age babies and depressive symptoms of mothers during pregnancy: Results from a birth cohort in India [In Press]
M Rathnaiah
2018
sociodemographic and Medical risk Factors associated With antepartum Depression
M Rathnaiah
2018
Association of quality of life and job stress in occupational workforce of India: Findings from a cross-sectional study on software professionals
M Rathnaiah
2016
Small for gestational age babies and depressive symptoms of
GR Babu, GVS Murthy, Y Reddy, R Deepa, A Yamuna, S Prafulla, ...
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