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Pint of Science Events

Pint of Science 2024 (Day 1)
Bangkok
2024-05-13
Glowfish Workplace Sathorn
Pint of Science 2024 (Day 1)

Join us in May for another Pint of Science event! We'll be back on the 13th and 14th to bring you some amazing speakers and a fantatstic evening at Glowfish Sathorn.


The first 20 people to register online and attend both days will recieve a free Pint of science T-shirt! (please contact registration desk on the day).

Location
Glowfish Workplace Sathorn
Sathorn Thani Building, North Sathon Road, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand
Date and time
2024-05-13

18:30 (doors open 18:00)

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FREE ENTRY!
Dr Apiradee Kasemsook

Urban City Plan

Dr Apiradee Kasemsook

Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Silpakorn University

Apiradee Kasemsook is the Dean, Faculty of Architecture,

Silpakorn University. She believes that design is not something

distant, but rather surrounds us and constantly influences

everyone's behavior. By recognising the interconnectedness of

human health, animal health, and the health of the environment

within the built environment, human can create built environments

that promote the health and well-being of all living beings, fostering

a more sustainable and resilient future.

Artharee Rungrojn

Rickettsiosis

Artharee Rungrojn

Laboratory Technician, Microbiology Department, Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit

Artharee Rungrojn works as a Laboratory Technician in the

Microbiology Department at MORU. Her responsibilities include

conducting disease diagnosis on samples from both animals and

humans using molecular techniques such as qPCR and PCR, as well

as employing cell culture techniques. Additionally, she is pursuing

her PhD at Mahidol University with a keen interest in studying

ectoparasites, particularly ticks, which have the potential to transmit

diseases and affect both animal and human populations.

Dr Lorenz Von Seidlein

Novel house design to prevent diseases in Tazmania

Dr Lorenz Von Seidlein

Professor of Global Health, Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit

Lorenz von Seidlein is a professor of global health based in

Bangkok, Thailand. His work includes coordinating malaria

elimination efforts in many countries in the Southeast Asia and

subSaharan Africa. Lorenz will talk about how Asian rural house

design with elevated bedrooms and permeable walls, may help to

reduce malaria in rural Tanzania.

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