Dr. Phongprapan Nimnual a former Ph.D. student at Chulabhorn Graduate Institute in the Chemical Biology program has received a Merck-CST Distinguished Dissertation Award 2019 at the annual Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2020 (PACCON 2020)
Dr. Phongprapan Nimnual a former Chulabhorn Graduate Institute (CGI) student in the Chemical Biology (CB) program under the supervision of Dr. Jumreang Tummatorn. Dr. Nimnual received the Merck-CST Distinguished Dissertation Award 2019 at the Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2020 (PACCON 2020) which has been co-organized by the Chemical Society of Thailand (CST) under the Royal Patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn.
The conference was hosted by Thammasart University during February 13-14, 2020 at the IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Center, Muang Thong Thani. The award recognizes a recent Ph.D. graduate in the fields of chemistry with an outstanding record of publications and dissertation. Dr. Nimnual’s dissertation was honored this year which could serve as an inspiration for other students working in their research.
Ms. Warabhorn Rodphon and Mr. Shisanupong Anukanon have received the Outstanding Poster Presentation Awards at the Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2020 (PACCON 2020)
Ms. Warabhorn Rodphon works under the supervision of Dr. Jumreang Tummatorn and her presentation topic was “Iodine-Catalyzed Cyclization of Alkynylarylether Dimethylacetal for the Synthesis of 4-Acylchromene” while Mr. Shisanupong Anukanon works under the supervision of Dr. Nopporn Thasana and his presentation topic was “In silico Analysis of Interaction of C2-functionalized Huperzine A Analogues Against Acetylcholinesterase and Its Semi-synthetic Strategies.”
Mr. Ugyen Dorji, our alumni from the Kingdom of Bhutan, has received the award for the Excellence in Teaching (Gold Medal) from, His Majesty King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck
Mr. Ugyen Dorji was our scholarship awardee, he enrolled in Master degree in Applied Biological Sciences: Environmental Health program since academic year 2009 and successfully graduated in academic year 2010. He was under Dr. Suvit Loprasert’s supervision.Presently, he works as a teacher at Bajothang Higher Secondary School, Wangdue Phodrang in Bhutan
Dr. Jumreang Tummatorn has received a fellowship from L’Oréal Thailand’s For Women in Science 2019
Dr. Jumreang Tummatorn, a lecturer in the Chemical Sciences Program was awarded the fellowship L’Oréal Thailand’s For Women in Science 2019 from L’Oréal Paris Thailand on Friday, October 4, 2019. The L’Oréal Thailand’s For Women in Science fellowship aims to support and improve the representation of women working in scientific fields. In Thailand, the fellowships are given to Thai female scientists who conduct outstanding researches in 2 areas which are Life-Sciences,and Physical science. The fellowships are awarded to female researchers whose research work benefits communities, society, the environment and the country. Every year, applications will be carefully considered by a panel of science experts in Thailand who strenuously examine the applications in search for outstanding female researchers. For Dr. Jumreang Tummatorn, she receives the fellowship in physical science for her research titled “The synthesis of bioactive compounds and evaluation of their anticancer and antimalarial activities” This research could potentially lead to a breakthrough in new therapeutic agents for curing diseases and may eventually pave the way to sustainable development in drug discovery research in Thailand.