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We went out for the end of the year party (Bōnenkai) after everybody has spent time on doing research for a whole year. This year N-BMR has organized the best performance award to members who have presented excellent research outcome. The awards were sponsored by Dr.Pissuwan.

In the meantime, the book chapter entitled “Monitoring and tracking metallic nanobiomaterials in vivo written by Dr. Pissuwan has been released.

Reference
1.Pissuwan D. Monitoring and tracking metallic nanobiomaterials in vivo in Monitoring and Evaluation of Biomaterials and their Performance In Vivo, Elsevier (Woodhead publishing), Part 3, Chapter 7, 2017, pp.135-145.
https://www.elsevier.com/books/monitoring-and-evaluation-of-biomaterials-and-their-performance-in-vivo/narayan/978-0-08-100603-0

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Another activity this month is that Dr. Dakrong Pissuwan attended and gave an oral presentation at The 8th Princess Chulabhorn International Science Congress during November 13-17, 2016. The presentation entitled “Biological effects of titanium dioxide nanoparticles on human immune cells” was held on November 17, 2016.

In the meantime at the same congress, Ms. Sunisa Chaicherd attended and presented her poster there with the poster entitled “Effect of gold nanoparticles on cell viability of fibroblast and macrophage cells” on November 14-15, 2016. We would like to give a big thank to Center of Excellent on Environmental Health and Toxicology for their kind supports us to have a great opportunity to be in this congress.

We also attended the special event organized by Center of Excellent on Environmental Health and Toxicology along with other students from Toxicology Program, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University at Chulabhorn Research Institute on November 13.


N-BMR research group joined Mahidol University Open House. This year we showed our new type of nanoparticles that can kill drug resistant bacteria. We also provided our cream containing our anti-drug resistant bacterial materials as a prototype cream. Together with our questionnaire, we received nice feedback from high school students and other visitors who stopped by to visit our research show. The further good news is that some high school students are interested in Materials Science and Nano Engineering Undergraduate Program after knowing about the program!!!

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This month our N-BMR team joined a great moment on a graduation of Dr. Patinya Sukwong. We congratulate for his achievement. He is now working as a lecturer at Suan Dusit University. We also thank for his kind thought to give a donation to N-BMR family. With his donation together with other private funding, N-BMR’s members can have a printer used in the laboratory. We all are appreciated for his kind support and his contribution to the group. We also congratulate to our new coming members Ms. Preyaphat Tharin and Ms. Sasima Chotithammakul for recently completing their Master degree as well.

Another news is that Dr. Pissuwan was appointed to be an Associate Editor of journal Micro & Nano Letters.

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We are welcome Prof. Rajendran Director of Centre for Nanoscience and Technology at KSR group of Institutions, Tamil Nadu, India for a special visit and discussion with our N-BMR group besides his other activities at MUSC.

Ms. Supunsa Kongseng finally completed her thesis defence. We all congratulated for her achievement on her Ph.D. journey. And, it is a good time to celebrate for her.

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This month our team N-BMR (Regen@Gold) went to present our research along with other teams in Singapore. For this activity, we received a great support from Leave a Nest !

We also had two undergraduate students (Chanisara Kaewsasan & Boat) from Faculty of Pharmacology to join our group as a student trainee for around 2 weeks.

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Ms. Sunisa Chaicherd did her Master’s thesis proposal examination.

Our team from N-BMR (Ms. Porntida Wattanakull, Ms. Sunisa Chaicherd, Dr. Dakrong Pissuwan) with a collaborator Dr. Sujin Jiracheewanun from KMUTT joined Tech Plan Demo Day in Thailand 2016 organized by Leave a Nest Co., Ltd. We were fortunately awarded for the first prize of this event.

https://en.lne.st/2016/06/23/tpinthai-result/

http://science.mahidol.ac.th/th/activity/jun59-19-1.php

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This month Ms. Porntida Wattanakull did her Master’s thesis proposal examination.

We also went out to celebrate the Ph.D. completion of Dr. Patinya Sukwong.

Finally, two papers from our group have been published in Micro & Nano Letter and Journal of Applied Toxicology. These works were supported by many people. We also thank to all co-authors for their great contribution.

References
1. Sukwong, P., Somkid, K. Kongseng, S.,Pissuwan, D., Yoovathaworn, K. Respiratory tract toxicity of titanium dioxide nanoparticles and multi-walled carbon nanotubes on mice after intranasal exposure, Micro & Nano Letters, 2016, 11(4), pp.183–187.

2. Kongseng , S., Yoovathaworn, K., Wongprasert, K., Chunhabundit, R., Sukwong , P., Pissuwan D. Cytotoxic and inflammatory responses of TiO2 nanoparticles on human peripheral blood mononuclear cells, Journal of Applied Toxicology, 2016, In Press

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Congratulations Dr.Patinya Sukwongs
This month Patinya Sukwongs has completed his PhD. Congratulations Dr.Patinya Sukwongs.His thesis is "Toxic effects of titanium dioxide nanoparticles and multi-walled carbon nanotubes in vitro and in vivo". We would like to thank Nattapon Pornnumpa for his contribution on his short work with us. He now moves to his next goal. We wish him the best of luck on his future path.


  Dr. Dakrong Pissuwan gave a lecurer entitled "The role of gold nanoparticles in biomedical applications" to graduate students at Faculty of Pharmacology, Silpakorn University.


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