Staff & Contact


Academic Staff

No. Name – Family Name Highest Degree Obtained,
1. Prof.Dr. Skorn Mongkolsuk Ph.D. (Biological Science), University of Maryland Bacterial Molecular Genetic and Bacterial Physiology of Stress Response
2. Prof.Dr. Khunying Mathuros Ruchirawat Ph.D. (Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism),
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Environmental and Genetic Toxicology, Chemical Carcinogenesis of Environmental Industrial Chemicals
3. Prof.Dr. Pawinee Piyachaturawat Ph.D. (Physiology), Mahidol University Liver Toxicity and Reproductive Toxicants
4. Assoc.Prof. Suda Riengrojpitak Ph.D. (Parasite & Immunopathology), University of York Environmental Toxicology and Immunopathology
5. Assoc.Prof. Krongtong Yoovathaworn Ph.D. (Pharmacology), Mahidol University Toxicokinetics, Xenobiotic Metabolism and Genetic Polymorphism, Biochemical Toxicology, Assessment of Dermatotoxicity
6. Assoc.Prof. Sukumal Chongthammakun Ph.D. (Anatomy), Mahidol University Neurotoxicology, Neurodegeneration and Neuroprotection
7. Dr. Sunhapas Soodvilai Ph.D. (Physiology), Mahidol University Nephrotoxicity and Xenobiotic Transport
8. Dr. Chatchai Muanprasat Ph.D. (Physiology), Mahidol University CFTR Chloride Channel
9. Dr. Arthit Chairoungdua Ph.D. (Molecular Biology), Kyorin University Cancer Biology (Metastasis and Treatment)
10. Assoc.Prof.Dr. Permphan Dharmasaroja Ph.D. (Neuroscience), The University of Edinburgh Gene and protein expression in neurological disorders, Research in Parkinson’s discase models, Neurotoxicity of ethanol, Application of artificial neural networks and bioinformatics
11. Asst.Prof.Dr. Atitaya Siripinyanond Ph.D. (Analytical Chemistry), University of Massachusetts Amherst Field-Flow Fractionation and Spectroanalytical Chemistry,Trace Elements Determination by Atomic Spectrometry, Size Characterization by Field-Flow Fractionation, Elemental Speciation by Hyphenated Techniques
12. Prof.Dr. Varanuj Chatsudthipong Ph.D. (Physiology and Biophysics), University of Illinois at Chicago Functional studies of the cloned organic anion and cation transporters using Xenopus oocyte expression and cell line expression systems, G- protein and cell signaling pathway in the regulation of membrane transport function, The role of ions transporter in the regulation of angiogenesis in cancer cell
13. Assoc.Prof.Dr. Vijittra Leardkamolkarn Ph.D. (Cell Biology and Anatomy), The University of Alabama Molecular & Cell Biology of Cancer, Dengue molecular basis & pathogenesis, Antiviral and Anticancer plant extracts
14. Assoc.Prof.Dr. Kanokpan Wongprasert Ph.D. (Anatomy), Mahidol University Study of apoptotic cell death caused by virus infection, Oxidative stress induce cell death in retinal degenerative diseases, Neurohormonal control reproduction and development in crustacean species
15. Asst.Prof.Dr. Surawat Jariyawat Ph.D. (Medical Science), Kyorin University School of Medicine Renal physiology and epithelial toxicology
16. Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nathawut Sibmooh M.D. (Ramathibodi), Mahidol University, Ph.D. (Pharmacology), Mahidol University Pharmacology and toxicology
17. Dr. Amornrat Naranuntarat Ph.D. (Toxicology), Johns Hopkins University Molecular toxicology and Molecular biology
18. Dr. Jittima Weerachayaphorn Ph.D. (Cellular Physiology and Molecular Biophysics), University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Hepatobiliary Diseases
19. Dr. Witchuda Sangsawang Ph.D. (Physiology and Biophysics ), University of Illinois at Chicago Neurobiology
20. Dr. Dakrong Pissuwan Ph.D. (Nanobiotechnology), University of Technology Sydney -Using gold nanoparticles for photothermal therapy, drug delivery, transdermal derivery, and intracellular SERS nanoparticles
– Biocompatibility of nanoparticles and nanoencapsulation biomaterials

Coordinating Officer:

  • Ms. Thitipat La-Ongnual


  • Toxicology Graduate Programme
    B400 Faculty of Science, Mahidol University
    272 Rama VI Rd., Rajthewee, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
  • Tel.: +66 2201 5471
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