Dr. Watanyoo Nakareangrit

27 Mar 2023

Name: Dr. Watanyoo Nakareangrit

Office Address: Laboratory of pharmacology, 4 th Floor, Biomedical Science Building,
54 Kamphaeng Phet 6, Talat Bang Khen, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210 Thailand

Tel: +66 2553 8555 (ext. 3151)
E-mail: [email protected]

Position: Research Scientist, Translational Research Unit, Chulabhorn Research Institute, Bangkok, Thailand

Research Interests

  • Pharmacology and molecular mechanism
  • Environmental toxicology
  • Toxicity testing
  • Laboratory animal research

Education and Degrees

2014:   Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Toxicology

Chulabhorn Graduate Institute, Thailand

2008:   Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and Management

Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

2004:   Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Professional Societies

Member of The Pharmacy Council of Thailand (2005-present)


Visitnonthachai, D., Nakareangrit, W., Suntararuks, S., Chaiyot, K., Watcharasit, P., & Satayavivad, J. (2023). Potentiation of TRAIL-Induced Apoptosis in TRAIL-Resistant Cholangiocarcinoma Cells by Curcumin through the Induction of DR5 Membrane Localization and Disruption of the Anti-Apoptotic Complex DR5/DDX3/GSK3β. Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP, 24(2), 425–434.

Wisessaowapak, C., Worasuttayangkurn, L., Maliphol, K., Nakareangrit, W. Cholpraipimolrat, W., Nookabkaew, S., Watcharasit, P., & Satayavivad, J. (2022). The 28-day repeated arsenic exposure increases tau phosphorylation in the rat brain. Environmental toxicology and pharmacology, 95, 103974.

Worasuttayangkurn, L., Nakareangrit, W., Kwangjai, J., Sritangos, P., Pholphana, N., Watcharasit, P., Rangkadilok, N., Thiantanawat, A., & Satayavivad, J. (2019). Acute oral toxicity evaluation of Andrographis paniculata-standardized first true leaf ethanolic extract. Toxicology reports, 6, 426–430.

Nakareangrit, W., Thiantanawat, A., Visitnonthachai, D., Watcharasit, P., & Satayavivad, J. (2016). Sodium arsenite inhibited genomic estrogen signaling but induced pERα (Ser118) via MAPK pathway in breast cancer cells. Environmental toxicology, 31(9), 1133–1146.


Poster Presentation

2016:   The 8th Princess Chulabhorn International Science Congress/ Environmental Health: Inter-linkages among the environment, chemicals and infectious

2012:   The 7th Princess Chulabhorn International Science Congress/ Cancer: From basic research to cure

2012:   The 8th Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries (8CTDC)/ Sharing of Toxicological Knowledge for Healthy Life & Environment

2011:   The 3rd Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Conference/ From Basic to Translational Research for a Better Life



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