Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
My research at University of Adelaide lies within the traumatic brain injury field and its link to neurodegenerative diseases. My previous work at Monash Malaysia investigated natural product anxiolytic and anti-depressive properties.
Year Citation 2019 Arulsamy, A., Corrigan, F., & Collins-Praino, L. (2019). Cognitive and neuropsychiatric impairments vary as a function of injury severity at 12 months post-experimental diffuse traumatic brain injury: Implications for dementia development. Behavioural Brain Research, 365, 66-76.
2019 Arulsamy, A., Corrigan, F., & Collins-Praino, L. E. (2019). Age, but not severity of injury, mediates decline in executive function: Validation of the rodent touchscreen paradigm for preclinical models of traumatic brain injury.. Behavioural brain research, 111912.
2018 Collins-Praino, L. E., Gutschmidt, D., Sharkey, J., Arulsamy, A., & Corrigan, F. (2018). Temporal changes in tau phosphorylation and related kinase and phosphatases following two models of traumatic brain injury.. Journal of Neuroinflammation and Neurodegenerative Disease, 2(1). 2018 Collins-Praino, L., Arulsamy, A., Katharesan, V., & Corrigan, F. (2018). The effect of an acute systemic inflammatory insult on the chronic effects of a single mild traumatic brain injury. Behavioural Brain Research, 336, 22-31.
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2018 Arulsamy, A., Teng, J., Colton, H., Corrigan, F., & Collins-Praino, L. (2018). Evaluation of early chronic functional outcomes and their relationship to pre-frontal cortex and hippocampal pathology following moderate-severe traumatic brain injury.. Behavioural brain research, 348, 127-138.
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2017 Corrigan, F., Arulsamy, A., Teng, J., & Collins-Praino, L. (2017). Pumping the Brakes: Neurotrophic Factors for the Prevention of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia after Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 34(5), 971-986.
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2017 Corrigan, F., Arulsamy, A., Collins-Praino, L., Holmes, J., & Vink, R. (2017). Toll like receptor 4 activation can be either detrimental or beneficial following mild repetitive traumatic brain injury depending on timing of activation. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 64(3), 124-139.
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2016 Arulsamy, A., & Shaikh, M. (2016). The impact of epilepsy on the manifestation of anxiety disorder. International Journal of Nutrition, Pharmacology, Neurological Diseases, 6(1), 3-11.
2015 Goh, B. H., Arulsamy, A., & Shaikh, M. F. (2015). Current status of epilepsy in Malaysia and way ahead. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 7(1), 2-5.
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