My name is Thanat Panyafong; my nickname is Phai. I received my undergraduate degree from the department of Biochemistry and Biochemical Technology, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, in 2022. I decided to study for master’s degree at the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University because I am interested in natural product and I want to learn new skill about Biochemistry for medicine.
I am under the supervisor of Associate Professor Dr.Teera Chewonarin at the Bioassay Reasarch Laboratory. My research is on the effect of fermented soybean on hyperglycemic rats induced by high fat diet and Streptozotocin. In Dr. Teera Lab we would like to study the animal and diet model, in vivo.
I am Nichakarn Sanguankaew, My nickname is Earn. I graduated from Chiang Mai University with a degree in Bachelor of Science, the major is in Biochemistry. I’m a master degree student at the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University. I decided to attend this department because I needed to improve myself.
I’m interested in bioactive compounds in natural plants to prevent hepatocarcinogenesis. My research fields is studying about the protective mechanisms against hepatocarcinogenesis of bioactive compounds from wild betal leafbush.
I am Thararat Yimcharoen. Call me Gaem Gaem. I graduated from the Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, and now I’m a graduate student in the Biochemistry department, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University. I am interested in biochemical research, which is why I chose to study at this university. Including to learn more about the subject of biochemistry.
My research fields of interest is in hematology research, such as thalassemia. It is a genetic disorder that is very common in Thailand. An interesting area of research will be the study of bioactive compounds in natural plants for the treatment of beta-thalassemia, by stimulating the expression of gamma globin to increase fetal hemoglobin (Hemoglobin F).
I graduated from Chiang Mai University with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Biochemical Technology. Now I’m a graduate student in the Biochemistry department, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University. I want to learn about biochemistry involved in the human body at the molecular level, including the mechanisms of its occurrence and treatment.
I am interested in cancer because cancer is currently considered a disease that is very difficult to treat, if not detected in time. Currently available treatments are considered delayed detection. Therefore, I would like to continue studying in the aforementioned field in order to increase my knowledge and apply the knowledge gained to innovate and improve treatment.
I am also interested in inflammatory diseases, especially osteoarthritis, which is currently an incurable disease (treatment can only slow it down). It is therefore a challenge to invent an effective treatment to slow down the onset of the disease. My ongoing research of interest is in the use of limonin, which has previously been reported to slow the progression of osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is activated through IL-1β induced inflammation, but thus far, the induction through TNF-α induced pathway has not been studied (especially in chondrocytes).
I’m Supapit Wongkarn. I graduated with bachelor’s degree from the faculty of Science (Biochemistry), Chiang Mai University, Thailand. I’m interested in natural bioactive compounds for drugs and cosmetic. The reason I decided to study here is because of professor and available facilities.
I’m interested in natural products research lab, this lab is interested in natural bioactive compounds for their use in drugs and cosmeceutical products. Natural products in cosmetic-containing herbals which focuses on the possible applications of natural products from various biological sources in skincare cosmetic.
My name is Apichaya Rujiphan. I earned a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Biochemical Technology from Chiang Mai University’s Science Faculty. I decided to start my Master’s degree at the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University because I want to learn more about medical science, and this department inspires me to learn more in effort to accomplish my goal.
At the LES lab, I am currently under the direction of Associate Professor Dr. Peraphan Pothacharoen. My research interests involves osteoarthritis, and my present work focuses on alleviating osteoarthritis with phytochemicals, which will be used as an alternative therapy in the future.
I am Pratchayanon Soddaen. I graduated with bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Biochemical technology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, 2019. I used to visit our department as a trainee in metabolic diseases laboratory when I studied 3rd years of undergrad. It inspired me to improve my knowledge and biochemistry lab technique skills and is the reason why I chose to study here at the master’s level.
I am currently studying a master’s degree in biochemistry under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ariyaphong Wongnoppavich. My research cluster is cancer and metabolic diseases. My topic of interest is determination of anti-invasive activity of bioactive compounds from medicinal plants on human non-small cell lung cancer cell progression.
I am Sirinada Inthanon. You can call me nada. I graduated with bachelor’s degrees from Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University during the COVID-19 pandemic and I’m not ready to start working yet. I’ve been researching a master’s degrees program related to my field study and have seen interesting course work at the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University. Then I chose to study here to improve my laboratory and research skills.
I am currently under the supervision of Asst. Prof. Dr. Supachai Yodkeeree. My research topic is about the effect of notopterol on IL-17 induced lung adenocarcinoma A549 cells metastasis and proliferation.
My name is Atitaya Wayupat, I graduated in bachelor’s degree from Biochemistry and Biochemistry Technology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University. I decide to study master degree in Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University because I’m interesting in biochemistry field. It is related to our life and behavior. Moreover, I want to explore myself, what I like or what I should be.
My research field is involves an adipokine, called leptin. Leptin is responsible for the reduction of food intake and appetites, most reports found that its level was increased in synovial fluid and plasma of obese patients, who suffers from osteoarthritis (OA). Thus, I am interested in the relationship between leptin and OA.
I graduated with B.Sc. (Biochemistry and Biochemical technology) Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. In 2018, when I was 3rd years of bachelor’s degree. I came to our department to train as a trainee in metabolic diseases laboratory for 3 months. In that 3 months, I learned a lot of techniques skills in biochemistry field and some knowledge about medical science that I never learned before. So, it challenge me to improve more laboratory skills and knowledge in the field of medical science. Therefore, it make me came to study and join our department.
I am currently studying a master’s degree in biochemistry under the supervision of Asst. Prof. Dr. Arisa (Imsumran) Bonness. My research cluster is cancer and metabolic diseases. My research field is about the measurement of bioactive compounds from plants on anti-obesity activity on adipocytes.