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Assoc Prof Dr Sukree Hajisamae is Dean of the Faculty of Science & Technology at PSU and a leading researcher in Fisheries Science. He completed his PhD at the National University of Singapore.
We are very honoured to have our distinguished keynote speaker Professor Virasakdi Chongsuvivatwong as discussant for the Health Science session. Professor Virasak was recently officially recognized as Thailand's leading scientific researcher.
After his PhD Don McNeil spent 8 years in the US, gaining tenure at Princeton before returning to Australia as Professor of Statistics at Macquarie University, then helping to set up the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre and visiting Asian universities for IDP. After visiting PSU, Dr Virasakdi Chongsuvivatwong and Don began a research collaboration that has led to high quality PhD programs in Epidemiology and Research Methodology. He now spends a lot of his "retirement" time in Pattani, where his two grandsons live.
Dr Halimah Awang completed her Ph.D. from Macquarie University in Australia. She has conducted many research studies in population and and social science. Now she is retired after 30 years serving the University of Malaya and now works in the university's Social Security Research Centre.
Dr Rassamee Sangthong completed her medical degree in 1996 and PhD in Epidemiology in 2002 from Prince of Songkla University. She did her postdoctoral fellowship in the Health Services Research centre at Westmead Hospital, University of Sydney, Australia, in 2003. She worked at the Center for Community Health, UCLA Wilshire Center during 2004-2005. Her research interests are child health, child’s mental health, nutritional deficiency, and tobacco control. She has been involved in many research projects such as the National Health Examination Survey, 2009, the illicit cigarette smoking behavior, the effects of unrest situation on child growth and development in the deep south of Thailand.
Dr Ruthaychonnee Sittichai completed her PhD in Research Methodology at PSU, during which time she spent 18 months in the Department of Psychology at London University doing research on cyber-bullying, focusing on coping with negative and enhancing positive uses of new technologies in relationships in the educational setting. She was web-master for this research action involving 27 European countries from 2008-2012.
Dr Rohana Binti Jani completed her Ph.D. from Macquarie University in Australia. She has conducted many research studies in social science, marketing and eduation, and is now the dean of the Faculty of Economics & Administration, University of Malaya.
Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, Faculty of Science & Technology, PSU
Last updated: May 19, 2018