Mrs. Jeerawan Promvijit

02 Feb 2023

Name: Mrs. Jeerawan Promvijit

Office address: Research Laboratory of Central Facilities, Chulabhorn Research Institute,
54 Kamphaeng Phet 6 Talat Bang Khen, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210, Thailand
Tel: +662-553 8555 ext. 3184, +6686-3742057
Fax: +662- 2553 8572
Position: Research Scientist I, Research Laboratory of Central Facilities, Chulabhorn Research Institute
E-mail: [email protected]

Research Interests

  1. Free radicals and biomarkers of oxidative damage
  2. LC-MS/MS analysis

Education and Degrees: 

  • B.Sc. (2nd Honors), Radiological Technology, University of Mahidol, 1990 
  • M.Sc. Pharmacology, Faculty of Science, University of Mahidol, 1993 

ORCID iD:   


  1. Buthbumrung, N., Mahidol, C., Navasumrit, P., Promvijit, J., Hunsonti, P., Autrup, H., & Ruchirawat, M. (2008). Oxidative DNA damage and influence of genetic polymorphisms among urban and rural schoolchildren exposed to benzene. Chemico-biological interactions, 172(3), 185-194.
  2. Navasumrit, P., Arayasiri, M., Hiang, O. M. T., Leechawengwongs, M., Promvijit, J., Choonvisase, S., … & Ruchirawat, M. (2008). Potential health effects of exposure to carcinogenic compounds in incense smoke in temple workers. Chemico-biological interactions, 173(1), 19-31.
  3. Vattanasit, U., Navasumrit, P., Khadka, M. B., Kanitwithayanun, J., Promvijit, J., Autrup, H., & Ruchirawat, M. (2014). Oxidative DNA damage and inflammatory responses in cultured human cells and in humans exposed to traffic-related particles. International journal of hygiene and environmental health, 217(1), 23-33.
  4. Hinhumpatch, P., Navasumrit, P., Chaisatra, K., Promvijit, J., Mahidol, C., & Ruchirawat, M. (2013). Oxidative DNA damage and repair in children exposed to low levels of arsenic in utero and during early childhood: application of salivary and urinary biomarkers. Toxicology and applied pharmacology, 273(3), 569-579.
  5. Kampeerawipakorn, O., Navasumrit, P., Settachan, D., Promvijit, J., Hunsonti, P., Parnlob, V., … & Ruchirawat, M. (2017). Health risk evaluation in a population exposed to chemical releases from a petrochemical complex in Thailand. Environmental research, 152, 207-213.
  6. Phookphan, P., Navasumrit, P., Waraprasit, S., Promvijit, J., Chaisatra, K., Ngaotepprutaram, T., & Ruchirawat, M. (2017). Hypomethylation of inflammatory genes (COX2, EGR1, and SOCS3) and increased urinary 8-nitroguanine in arsenic-exposed newborns and children. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 316, 36-47.
  7. Navasumrit, P., Chaisatra, K., Promvijit, J., Parnlob, V., Waraprasit, S., Chompoobut, C., … & Ruchirawat, M. (2019). Exposure to arsenic in utero is associated with various types of DNA damage and micronuclei in newborns: a birth cohort study. Environmental Health, 18(1), 1-16.
  8. Thongararm, P., Fedeles, B. I., Khumsubdee, S., Armijo, A. L., Kim, L., Thiantanawat, A., … & Essigmann, J. M. (2020). Modulation of N-Methyl-N-nitrosourea Mutagenesis in Mouse Embryo Fibroblasts Derived from the gpt Delta Mouse by an Inhibitor of the O 6-Methylguanine Methyltransferase, MGMT. Chemical research in toxicology, 33(2), 625-633.


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