Oral and Poster Presentation awards

 

The PST 2022 conference will award monetary prizes and certificates to the outstanding oral and poster presenters in each subject area.

 

Congratulations to the award winners!!!

 

Pharmaceutical Technology

- Outstanding oral presentation award:

PT-031  Assoc. Prof. Dr.Mohd Hanif Zulfakar    

Formulation design and characterization of curcumin nanostructured lipid carriers for the treatment of pressure ulcers

- Outstanding poster presentation award - First prize:

PT-036  Ms.Thitima Wongjittraporn   

Development of quercetin-loaded hyaluronic acid nanoparticles for enhancing anticancer activity by using polymer-drug conjugation

- Outstanding poster presentation award - Second prize:

PT-014  Asst. Prof. Dr.Pratchaya Tipduangta   

Optimization of polyvinylpyrrolidone electrospun fiber containing toluidine blue for oral potentially malignant disease screening application

 

Pharmacognosy

- Outstanding oral presentation award (Student):  

PG-031  Ms.Lapamas Rueankham       

Cytotoxicity and antioxidant activities of crude fractional extracts from Sophora exigua in leukemic cell lines

- Outstanding poster presentation award - First prize:

PG-001  Ms.Pappim Ketsakun     

Aluminum lake pigment formation from red dragon fruit extract

- Outstanding poster presentation award - Second prize:

PG-004  Ms.Kankanit Yeerong    

Anti-inflammatory activity, cytotoxicity, and irritation property of Acheta domesticus extracts

 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Pharmacology and Toxicology  

- Outstanding oral presentation award:

PX007  Asst. Prof. Dr.Dumrongsak Pektong     

The inhibitory effects of Bacopa monnieri standardized extract and its constituents on human liver cytochrome P450

- Outstanding oral presentation award (Student):

PX005  Ms.Chayaporn Sathiti     

Development of physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model of curcumin for predicting brain amyloid beta (Aβ) levels of Alzheimer’s disease

- Outstanding poster presentation award - First prize:

PX004  Asst. Prof. Dr.Porntip Waiwut    

Neuroprotective and anticancer effects of 7-methoxyheptaphylline via TAK1 protein

- Outstanding poster presentation award - Second prize:

PX019  Ms. Ka He   

Role of homeostatic MHC class I recognition in regulating anti-tumor effector function of lung tissue-resident NK cells