Research Theme

            Our research theme focuses on one health which we divide into 3 main areas:

  1. Zoonotic disease, this theme investigates the transmission of infectious agents among animal, human, and environment. The research topics include antimicrobial resistance, zoonoses, food safety and antibiotic alternatives.

Researchers Prof.Dr. Suvichai Rojanasathien
Assoc.Prof.Sumalee Boonmar
Dr Thotsapol Thomrongsuwannakij
Asst.Prof. Dr. Tuempong Wongtawan
Dr Jindarha Prampramote
  2. Conservation medicine, this theme investigates the interaction of animal, human, and environment. The research topics include exotic, zoological, wildlife, and environmental medicine, conflict, pollution and management.

Researchers Asst.Prof. Dr. Tuempong Wongtawan
Dr Rattapan Pattanarangsan
Dr Manoch Yindee
Dr Jindarha Prampramote
Prof.Dr. Suvichai Rojanasathien
  3. Comparative medicine, this theme integrate the knowledge in animal and human medicine together with environmental factors in order to understand the disease in both animal and human. The research topics include domestic animal health and production, and also veterinary biomedicine.

Researchers Prof Norbert Mencke
Dr Christopher James Stott
Asst Prof Chaiwat Boonkaewwan
Asst.Prof. Dr. Tuempong Wongtawan
Asst.Prof.Dr. Ngamchit Choongkittaworn
Prof.Dr. Suvichai Rojanasathien