Meet the Pint of ScienceThailand team!

Matt Robinson

Thailand Director

I am a Molecular Microbiologist based in Lao PDR and specialise in tropical diseases. I am so excited to be part of the team to introduce Pint of Science to Thailand and Asia!

Phaik Yeong Cheah

Thailand Co-Director

I am the Head of Bioethics & Engagement at MORU and an Associate Professor at Oxford University. I am passionate about bringing science to public spaces.

Nattapat Jatupornpimol

Event Manager

Nattapat Jatupornpimol is a social scientist at the Department of Bioethics and Engagement, MORU.

Andrea Ruecker

Scientific Content Manager

I am a malaria researcher based at MORU in Bangkok. In the day, I am interfering with the sex lives of malaria parasites. In the night, music and malaria chat are my passion. I cannot wait to be part of the first ever Pint of Science in Asia!

Bipin Adhikari

Assistant Event Manager

I am a medical doctor and DPhil student at University of Oxford, based at department of Bioethics and Engagement, MORU. My research focuses on how to engage communities in science research. I am interested in social interpretation of the disease and public engagement in science.

Noel Hidalgo Tan

Assistant Event Manager

I am the Senior Specialist in Archaeology at the SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts. When I'm not in a hole or some cave, I am sometimes taking photos of dogs and cats in Bangkok.

Rashida Hussein

Assistant Event Manager

I am a physical therapist who is passionate about being an academic and doing research on professional development. Currently, I am a Postdoc working on Bioethics and Public Engagement studies. And I believe in science communication that's why I'm here!

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Rita Chanviriyavuth

Assistant Event Manager

I am based in the Dept. of Bioethics & Public Engagement.  I work on various projects including Data Sharing and CHIMs Community Engagement. I am passionate about travelling, meeting new people and learning different cultures.  Science is a whole new world to me and it makes me feel enthusiastic to be part of a team to bring people who are interested in science together.