Research Areas of the Department
Students will encourage to discussion with their prospective supervisors during an enrollment into the Program. The research areas of the Program are outlined as follows.
|Prof. Wichittra Tassaneeyakul, Ph.D., Assoc Prof. Suda Vannaprasaht, MD., Asst. Prof. Siriporn Tiamkao, MD, Asst. Prof. Sirimas Kanjanawart, Ph.D, Nontaya Nakkam, Ph.D.|
|Study of various genes that are involved or associated with drug responses (ex. response to immuno-suppressants, antifungal agents and anticoagulants) and adverse drug reactions (such as severe cutaneousadverse drug reactions, hematotoxicity, renal and hepatotoxicity). Finding genetic markers for prediction of drug response/toxicity and drug hypersensitivity|
|2. Targeting on Molecular Pathways in Cancer|
|Prof. Veerapol Kukongviriyapan, Ph.D., Assoc.Prof. Laddawan Senggunprai,Ph.D. Asst. Prof. Auemduan Prawan,Ph.D., Sarinya Kongpetch, Ph.D.|
Strategy to overcome drug resistance to chemotherapy in cancer, particularly cholangiocarcinoma, with emphasis on molecular pathways of Nrf2-ARE, retinoic acid, genomic maintenance-cell cycle control and inflammation-associated signaling cascades
|Assoc.Prof. Jintana Sattayasai, Ph.D., Asst.Prof. Kutcharin Phunikhom, MD.|
Potential pharmacological mechanisms of synthetic compounds, medicinal herbs and neutraceutical products for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases; antidepression, anticonvulsant, antipsychotics and anti-Alzheimer, using in vitro and animal models and clinical study.
|4. Diabetes, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular diseases|
|Assoc.Prof. Patchareewan Pannangpetch, Ph.D., Asst.Prof. Panot Tangsucharit, Ph.D.|
Study of pharmacological activity of synthetic compounds, medicinal herbs and nutraceutical products for the treatment of diabetes, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular diseases using isolated tissues and animal models.