Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mullica Jaroensutasinee
My research interests are on animal behaviour emphasizing on sexual selection in guppies, Siamese fighting fish, croaking gourami and fiddler crabs. Various factors have been explored how females choose males as mates e.g. body size, size of bubble nest, residency, operational sex ratio, population density, burrow characteristics, original/regenerated claws and etc. More to explore, awaiting to discover.
Assoc. Prof. Dr.Mullica Jaroensutasinee
How seeds disperse in the tropical rain forests and how tropical plants recruit their new seedlings are essential processes. We study Parah trees with heavy harvested by local villages during a mast fruiting season as a model to study tree recruitment in the tropical rain forest ecosystem.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chatchai Kanlayanapaphon
My research interest is in the plant family Zingiberaceae or gingers family. Its diversity, phylogeny, pollination, palynology and uses are of interests, especially species found in Southern Thailand. Molecular data is also used to study its genetic diversity and produce phylogenetic trees. Field works and lab works are both important in my study.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Jariya Sakayaroj
My research interests include diversity, systematic and ecological studies of microbes, especially fungi and protists from natural habitats. The knowledge gained will be greatly available for further applications including bioactive compounds for natural product research and high-value fatty acids for agricultural and industrial applications.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Phuwadol Bangrak
My research interests are in the areas of biochemistry, molecular biology and biotechnology which involves in cloning and heterologous proteins expression in Escherichia coli and Pichia pastoris in order to investigate plant protease inhibitors that exhibit anti-carcinogenic activity or anti-proliferative activity on the cancer cell. I am also interested in marine microalgae produced long chain fatty acids and squalene to apply in aquaculture and human supplements. In addition, I am currently working with my colleagues on sports sciences which focus on gene polymorphisms and muscle performance in Muay Thai.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Phitchayapak Wintachai
My interest centres on understanding infectious disease processes through the application of modern tools of molecular and cell analysis: bacteriophage, molecular virology, and drug discovery.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Pakpimol Ungcharoenwiwat
My research interest is in the field of microbial and enzyme technology. I am currently working on an investigation of antimicrobial activity from medicinal plants, screening enzyme-producing microorganisms and bioactive compounds, waste utilization and applications in industry.
Asst.Prof.Dr. Witsanu Saisorn
My research focuses ona taxonomy of plant belonging to family Leguminosae (pea family), especially tribe Desmodieae in southeast Asia. Morphology, leaf anatomy, pollen morphology, seed morphology, and molecular data are included in this study.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Pimchanok Pimton
My research interests lie in the area of cellular tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, which involves the integration of cell and molecular biology with biomaterials to create tissue equivalent for replacement or regeneration of diseased or damaged tissues, organs, and cells. I am also interested in stem cell and development. Additionally, I am currently working on mathematical modelling of stem cell differentiation, bone and cartilage differentiation, and the application of cold atmospheric plasma in cell biology and medicine such as apoptosis and cancer treatment.
Dr. Curt H. Barnes
My research and professional interests span a diverse range of topics and taxa, although I primarily focus on herpetological (reptile and amphibian) behavior, ecology, and conservation. I seek technological solutions coupled with sound statistical inferences to address ecological and conservation questions.
Dr. Jiratthi Satthaphorn
My research interests Plant systematics of the mint family (Lamiaceae) especially genera Clerodendrum and Premna in Thailand and adjacent regions. The study includes the investigations of morphology, anatomy, palynology and molecular phylogeny to classify and to solve the taxonomic problems. The studies diversity of flowering plants in particular areas and plant biogeography are also covered.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Torranis Ruttanaphan
My research focuses on the potential of phytochemicals against agricultural insect pests and their impact on detoxification enzyme activities to develop environmentally-friendly agricultural products.