Kamoltip Thungrat

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Alabama, USA

I am a veterinarian and research scientist with experiences in pharmacology, microbiology, epidemiology and statistics.  My recent research is about antimicrobial resistance (AMR) which is an epidemiological study in small animal practices.  Mostly, my plan of AMR research is coordinated with the objectives of WHO global action plan on AMR.  In the past three years, I completed a PhD degree from Auburn University and had started a pharmacology position in faculty of veterinary science in Thailand.  I have an intention to raise the awareness of AMR in small animals that is another source of AMR crisis to the professionals and public.  I returned to my previous lab to continue my research.

 

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