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No.
Name - Family Name
Academic Rank
Highest Degree Obtained (University)
1.
Khunying Mathuros Ruchirawat
Associate Professor
Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
2.
Jutamaad Satayavivad
Associate Professor
Ph.D. (Mahidol)
3.
Somsak Ruchirawat
Professor
Ph.D. (Liverpool)
4.
M.R. Jisnuson Svasti
Professor
Ph.D. (Cambridge)
5.
Kavi Ratanabanangkoon
Professor
Ph.D. (Wisconsin, Madison)
6.
Skorn Mongkolsuk
Professor
Ph.D. (Maryland)
7.
Panida Navasumrit Lecturer Ph.D. (Manchester)
8.
Paiboon Vattanaviboon Lecturer Ph.D. (Mahidol)
9.
Suvit Loprasert Lecturer Ph.D. (Osaka)
10.
Daam Settachan Lecturer Ph.D. (Texas Tech)
11.
Apinya Thiantanawat Lecturer Ph.D. (Maryland)
12.
Piyajit Watcharasit Lecturer Ph.D. (Alabama)
13.
M.L. Siritida Porntosapon Lecturer Ph.D. (Mahidol)
14.
Rojana Sukchawalit Lecturer Ph.D. (Birmingham)
15.
Mayuree Fuangthong Lecturer Ph.D. (Cornell)
16.
Chongrak Polprasert Professor Ph.D. (Washington)
17.
Preeda Parkpian Associate Professor Ph.D. (Texas A&M)
18.
C. Visvanathan Professor Ph.D. (Toulouse)
19.
Thammarat Koottatep Assistant Professor D.Eng. (Asian Institute of Technology)
20.
Ajit P. Annachhatre Professor Ph.D. (Indian Institute of Technology)
21.
Oleg Shipin Associate Professor Ph.D. (Institue of Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms)
22.
Prasert Sobhon Professor Ph.D. (Wisconsin)
23.
Chaiwat Toskulkao Professor Ph.D. (Mahidol)
24.
Warren Y. Brockelman Professor Ph.D. (Michigan)
25.
Prapon Wilairat Professor Ph.D. (Oregon)
26.
Pawinee Piyachaturawat Professor Ph.D. (Mahidol)
27.
Krongthong Yoovathaworn Associate Professor Ph.D. (Mahidol)
28.
Samaisukh Sophasan Associate Professor Ph.D. (Indiana)
29.
Sansanee Chaiyaroj Associate Professor Ph.D. (Georgetown)
30.
Vitoon Saengsirisuwan Lecturer Ph.D. (Arizona)



No.
Name
Highest degree obtained
Affiliation
1.
Prof. Bong-Min Yang
Ph.D. (Economics), Pennsylvania
State University, USA.
School of Public Health, Seoul National University, Korea
2.
Prof. Ravi Gooneratne
Ph.D.( Toxicopathology)
Murdoch University,
Western Australia
Toxicology, Animal and Food Science Division, Lincoln University, New Zealand
3.
Prof. John. H. Duffus
D.Sc. (Hons Biochemistry)
Heroit-Watt University,
Edinburgh Centre for Toxicology, Scotland, UK
4.
Prof. Davide Calamari
Ph.D. (Toxicology)
The University of Milan, Italy
Environmental Research Group, Department of Structure and Functional, Italy
5.
Prof. Ronald C. Shank
Ph.D. (Food Toxicology)
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, USA.
Environmental Toxicology Program, University of California, USA
6.
Prof. Donald J. Ecobichon
Ph.D. (Medicine), University of
Toronto, Canada
Faculty of Medicine, Queen's University, Canada
7.
Dr. Roger Walk Ph.D.(Botany), Ruhr-University
Bochum, Germany
Worldwide Scientific Affairs PM, USA
8.
Prof. John M. Essigmann Ph.D. (Toxicology,)
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, USA
Department of Chemistry and Biological Engineering Division, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
9.
Prof. Ram Sasisekharan Ph.D. (Medical Sciences)
Harvard Medical School,
Boston, MA, USA.
Biological Engineering Division, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
10.
Prof. Leonard Ritter Ph.D. (Biochemistry)
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Department of Environmental Biology, University of Guelph, Canada
11.
Prof. Herman Autrup Ph.D. (Experimental
Pathology), University of
Nairobi, Kenya
Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, University of Aarhus, Denmark
12.
Prof. Kersten Gutshmidt Ph.D. (Chemistry)
Institute of Ecological,
Chemistry, Germany
Department of Protection of The Human Environment, World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland
13.
Prof. Maged Younes Ph.D. (Biochemistry) University of
Tubingen, Germany
Department of Protection of The Human Environment World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland
14.
Prof. Martin van den Berg Ph.D. (Environmental and
Toxicological Chemistry)
The University of
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Toxicology Division, Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS) and World Health Organization Centre for Research on Environmental Health Risk Assessment, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
15.
Prof. Nay Htun Ph.D. (Chemistry Engineering)
Imperial College
London, UK.
University for Peace, New York, USA
16.
Prof. Michel Mercier Ph.D. (Pharmacological
Sciences), University of
Louvain, Belgium
Former, International Labor Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
17.
Assoc. Prof. Derorah
Imel Nelson
Ph.D. (Industrial Hygiene)
University of Oklahoma,
Health Sciences Centre,
USA.
Civil Engineering and Environmental Science, University of Oklahoma, USA
18.
Prof. Andrew J. Englande Ph.D. (Environmental and Water
Resources Engineering)
Vanderbilt University, USA.
Department of Environmental Sciences, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University, USA
19.
Prof. Nigel Leslie Brown Ph.D. (Biochemistry)
University of Leeds, UK.
School of Biosciences, the University of Birmingham, UK
20.
Prof. Judith T. Zelikoff Ph.D. (Experimental
Pathology), New Jersey
Medical, School
Department of Pathology,
New Jersey, USA.
New York University School of Medicine, Institute of Environmental Medicine, USA
21.
Dr. Nancy D. Denslow Ph.D. (Biochemistry)
University of Florida, USA.
Protein Chemistry and Molecular Biomarker Laboratory, University of Florida, USA.

22.
Prof. Norbert E. Kaminski Ph.D. (Toxicology and Physiology),
North Carolina State University,
USA.
Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Michigan State University, USA
23.
Dr. Norbert Frank Ph.D. (Chemistry)
University of Freiburg,
Germany
German Cancer Research Centre, Germany
24.
Dr. Berthold Spiegellhalder Ph.D.
Institute of Clinical
Biochemistry, Bonn, Germany
German Cancer Research Centre, Germany
25.
Dr. Angela Risch Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacology,
University of Oxford, UK.
German Cancer Research Centre, Germany
26.
Dr. Eva Frei Ph.D. (Biochemistry)
Institute of Biochemistry,
University of Bern, Switzerland
German Cancer Research Centre, Germany
27.
Dr. Beate Pfundstein Ph.D. (Food Chemistry)
University of Kaiserslautern,
Germany
German Cancer Research Centre, Germany
28.
Prof. Alan Boobis Ph.D.(Pharmacology)
University of Glasgow
Scotland, UK.
Department of Health Toxicology Unit, Imperial College of London, UK
29.
Prof. Peter B. Farmer Ph.D. (Chemistry)
Oxford University,
UK.
Cancer Biomarker and Prevention
Group, Biocentre, University of
Leicester, UK
30.
Prof. Peter R.C. Gascoyne Ph.D. (Biophysics)
University of Wales, UK.
Section of Experiment Pathology
University of Texas, USA



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