Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine Dr. Kesinee Chotivanich’s background is in pathobiology with particular expertise in cell and tissue culture and the pharmacodynamics of antimalarial drugs. Dr. Chotivanich has been working on two main areas of research: the pathophysiology of malaria infections, and detection of anti-malarial resistance parasites. The method of identification of artemisinin resistance P. falciparum was firstly developed in her lab. She has published over 100 publications, many of which are leading research achievements in the field of malaria studies, such as detection of artemisinin resistance in P. falciparum, and transmission-blocking activities of antimalarial drugs.
Prof. Kesinee Chotivanich
Lecturer, Department of Clinical Tropical Medicine