Dr. Patchara Ngok-ngam

28 Jan 2023

Name: Dr. Patchara Ngok-ngam

Office address: Research Laboratory of Translational Unit, Chulabhorn Research Institute, 54 Kamphaeng Phet 6 Talat Bang Khen, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210, Thailand
Tel: +662-5538555 (office), +66869868418 (mobile)

Position: Research scientist Research Laboratory of Translational Unit, Chulabhorn Research Institute
E-mail: [email protected]

Research Interests
1. Nonclinical study of biologics (pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, toxicology)
2. Monoclonal antibody production using hybridoma for detection kit and drug development
3. Anti-drug antibody (ADA) determination, ADA detection method development and validation, ADA detection kit development

Education and Degrees
• Chiang-Mai University, 2003-2006
– B.Sc. Associated Medical Sciences (Medical Technology),
• Mahidol University, 2007-2009
– M.Sc. Biotechnology
• Chulabhorn Graduate Institute, 2010-2015
– Ph.D. Applied Biological Science Program

Professional Societies
• Member: The Association of Medical Technologists of Thailand ( 6765), 2010-present


A.Research Articles in International Journals

1. Ngok-Ngam, P., Watcharasit, P., Thiantanawat, A., & Satayavivad, J. (2013). Pharmacological
inhibition of GSK3 attenuates DNA damage-induced apoptosis via reduction of p53 mitochondrial
translocation and Bax oligomerization in neuroblastoma SH-SY5Y cells. Cellular & molecular biology
letters, 18(1), 58–74. https://doi.org/10.2478/s11658-012-0039-y]
2. Bhubhanil, S., Ruangkiattikul, N., Niamyim, P., Chamsing, J., Ngok-Ngam, P., Sukchawalit,
R., & Mongkolsuk, S. (2012). Identification of amino acid residues important for the function of
Agrobacterium tumefaciens Irr protein. FEMS microbiology letters, 335(1), 68–77.
3. Ngok-Ngam, P., Ruangkiattikul, N., Mahavihakanont, A., Virgem, S. S., Sukchawalit, R., &
Mongkolsuk, S. (2009). Roles of Agrobacterium tumefaciens RirA in iron regulation, oxidative stress
response, and virulence. Journal of bacteriology, 191(7), 2083–2090.
4. Kitphati, W., Ngok-Ngam, P., Suwanmaneerat, S., Sukchawalit, R., & Mongkolsuk, S.
(2007). Agrobacterium tumefaciens fur has important physiological roles in iron and manganese
homeostasis, the oxidative stress response, and full virulence. Applied and environmental
Portrait microbiology, 73(15), 4760–4768. https://doi.org/10.1128/AEM.00531-07 (W.K. and P.N. contributed equally to this study.)


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