Pacharapong Khrongsee

MS Student

Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology

Major Advisor: Apichai Tuanyok, PhD

Office Location: P.O. Box100009

firstpachar@ufl.edu

(352) 284-2366

 

Education

  • DVM – Khon Kaen University, Thailand (2014)

Honors & Awards

  • First Class Honor with Gold Medal

Research Interests

Bacteriophage biology and applications against Melioidosis.

Publications & Presentations

  • Khrongsee P., Luengthuwapanit C., Ingkasri T., Sretrirutchai S., Kaewrakmuk J., Saechan V., Tuanyok A, (2019) The First Successful Treatments and Management of Canine Melioidosis. Submitted to Zoonoses and Public Health (manuscript ID ZPH-Jan-19-011).
  • Kongkaew, W., Anyarat T., Chanyanuch W., Thanasorn N., Khrongsee P., Saechan V.(2017) Seroprevalence of melioidosis in goats in southern Thailand and incidence rates of melioidosis sero-positivity in confined and semi-confined goats. Thai-NIAH eJournal :ISSN 1905-5048. http://niah.dld.go.th. Volume 12 Number 1 (May-Aug) : 48 – 61.
  • Chanaksorn N., Khrongsee P., Boonkum P., Tangkawattana S. (2013) Comparative Ovicadal Activity of Four Nematophagous Fungi (Pochonia chlemydosporia) Isolates on Opisthorchis Viverrini, workshop of the RNAS+.13(1), 30-35
  • Khrongsee P., Luengthuwapanit C., Ingkasri T., Sretrirutchai S., Kaewrakmuk J., Saechan V., Tuanyok A, (2018). The First Successful Treatments and Management of Canine Melioidosis. Oral Presentation, The 99th Annual Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases (CRWAD) Dec 1-4, 2018, Chicago Marriott, Downtown Magnificent Mile, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Tuanyok A., Kaewrakmuk J., Saechan V., Khrongsee P., et al. (2017, February). One Health Initiative and Multidisciplinary Team Approach to the Investigation of Melioidosis in Songkhla Province, Southern Thailand., Poster presented at the EPI research day, University of Florida, Fl.
  • Minassian D., Spears I.,Wong W.,Khrongsee P., Tuanyok A., et al.(2017,Nov).Eco- environmental Properties Associated with Virulent Burkholderia Pseudomallei. Poster presented at Chemical and Biological Defense Meeting,Long Beach, CA.

 

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