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CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME                   :  Atipan Saimmai

ADDRESS              :  Faculty of Agricultural Technology Phuket Rajabhat University,Phuket 83000 Thailand. Tel. /Fax.: 076-215133, Mobile 0835101877

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EDUCATION  :

    2011    Doctor of Philosophy in Biotechnology, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand. Thesis title: Biosurfactants from Mangrove Sediment Isolated Bacteria: Isolation,

              Characterization and Applications.

    2007   B.Sc. (Agro-Industry, 2nd Class honor)   Prince of Songkla University, Thailand  

 

   SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS DURING ENROLMENT: 

    2006    Industrial and Research Project for Undergraduate Students (IRPUS), Thailand Research Fund (TRF)

    2007    Development of Excellency in Agro-Industry Fellowship, Prince of Songkla University. Songklanakarin Scholarship, Prince of Songkla University.

2008    Songklanakarin Graduate Student Scholarship, Prince of Songkla University.

    2009    The Office of the Higher Education Commission, Thailand under the Program Strategic Scholarships for Frontier Research Network for the Ph.D. Program Thai
    Doctoral Degree. 

 

   AWARD:

    2012    Outstanding Thesis in the Year 2012 from Faculty of Agro-Industry, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand.

    2018    The Highest Citation in Google Scholar 2017 from Phuket Rajabhat University, Thailand. 

 

   SPECIALIZATION AND RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Food and Science Technology, Biotechnology, Environmental Biotechnology, Fermentation Technology, Renewable Energy, Agro-Industry 


PUBLICATIONS (Online):

1.  Saimmai A, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2011. Molasses a whole medium for biosurfactants production by Bacillus strains and their application. Applied Biochemistry and
     Biotechnology. 165(10): 315-335 (ISI impact factor 1.943).

2.  Saimmai A, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2012. Production of biosurfactant from a new and promising strain of Leucobacter komagatae 183. Annals of Microbiology. 62(1):
     391-402 (ISI impact factor 1.549).

3.  Saimmai A, Tani A, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2012. Mangrove sediment, a new source of potential biosurfactant producing bacteria. Annals of Microbiology. 62(4): 1669-1679
     (ISI impact factor 1.549).

4.  Saimmai A, Kaewrueng J, Maneerat S. 2012. Used lubricating oil degradation and biosurfactant production by SC-9 consortia obtained from oil contaminated soil. Annals
     of Microbiology. 62(4): 1757-1767 (ISI impact factor 1.549).

5.  Saimmai A, Rukadee O, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2012. Biosurfactants production by Bacillus subtilis TD4 and Pseudomonas aeruginosa SU7 grown on crude glycerol obtained
     from biodiesel production plant as a sole carbon source. Journal of Sciencetific and Industrial Research. 71(6): 396-406 (ISI impact factor 0.505).

6.  Saimmai A, Rukadee O, Onlamool T, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2012. Isolation and functional characterization of a biosurfactant produced by a new and promising strain of
     Oleomonas sagaranensis AT18. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 28(10): 2973-2986 (ISI impact factor 1.262).

7.  Saimmai A, Rukadee O, Onlamool T, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2012. Characterization and phylogenetic analysis of microbial surface active compounds-producing bacteria.
     Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 168(5): 1003-1018 (ISI impact factor 1.893).

8.  Saimmai A, Onlamool T, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2013. An efficient biosurfactant-producing bacterium Selenomonas ruminantium CT2, isolated from mangrove sediment in
     south of Thailand. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 29(1): 87-102 (ISI impact factor 1.262) (Corresponding author). 65 5 5 25

9.  Saimmai A, Udomsilp S, Maneerat S. 2013. Production and characterization of biosurfactant from marine bacterium of Inquilinus limosus KB3 grown on low-cost raw
     materials. Annals of Microbiology. 63(4): 1327-1339 (ISI impact factor 1.549). (Corresponding author). 70 5 25

10. Chooklin CC, Petmeaun S, Cheirsilp B, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2013. Utilization of palm oil mill effluent as a novel substrate for biosurfactant production by Nevskia
     ramosa NA3. Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology. 35(2): 167-176 (SJR H-index 8) (Corresponding author).

11. Saisa-ard K, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2013. Isolation and characterization of biosurfactants-producing bacteria isolated from palm oil industry and evaluation for
     biosurfactants production using low-cost substrates. Biotechnologia: Journal of Biotechnology, Computational Biology and Bionanotechnology. 94(3): 275-284
     (SJR H-index 4) (Corresponding author).

12. Noparat P, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2014. Utilization of palm oil decanter cake as a novel substrate for biosurfactant production from a new and promising strain of
     Ochrobactrum anthropi 2/3. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. Mar. 30(3): 865-877 (ISI impact factor 1.262) (Corresponding author).

13. Chooklin CC, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2014. Isolation and characterization of a biosurfactant from Deinococcus caeni PO5 by using jackfruit seed powder
      as a substrate. Annals of Microbiology. Sep. 64(3): 1007-1020 (ISI impact factor 1.549) (Corresponding author).

14. Noparat P, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2014. Application of biosurfactant from Sphingobacterium spiritivorum AS43 in the biodegradation of used lubricating oil. Applied
      Biochemistry and Biotechnology. Apr. 172(8): 3949-3963 (ISI impact factor 1.943) (Corresponding author).

15. Chooklin CC, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2014. Utilization of banana peel as a novel substrate for biosurfactant production by Halobacteriaceae archaeon AS65. Applied
      Biochemistry and Biotechnology. May. 173(2):624-645 (ISI impact factor 1.943). (Corresponding author). 25 25 50

16. Saisa-ard K, Saimmai A, Maneerat S. 2014. Characterization and phylogenetic analysis of biosurfactant-producing bacteria isolated from palm oil contaminated soils.
      Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology. Mar. - Apr. 36 (2): 163-175 (SJR H-index 8) (Corresponding author). 25 50 25

17. Saimmai A, Riansa-ngawongc W, Maneerat S, Dikit P. 2017. Microbial diversity analysis of thermophilic hydrogen-producing consortia from hot spring in the south of
      Thailand and evaluate cashew apple juice as a substrate. Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology. Nov. - Dec. 39 (6): 803-812 (SJR H-index 8). 50 5 25 20

18. Hwanhlem N, Suwansri S, Domig KJ, Saimmai A. 2017. Study of bacterial diversity by PCR-DGGE technique and screening of bacteriocin-producing lactic acid bacteria in
      feces of pig cultured by traditional method in southern Thailand. Journal of Applied Microbiological Research. 1.1: 1-6.

19. Botthong P, Pornsawatchai T, Savedboworn W, Tipkanon S, Siammai A, Riansa-ngawong W. 2018. Optimization and performance of covered-light structures for hydrogen
      production by Rhodopseudomonas palustris TN1. Chiang Mai Journal of Science. 45 (7): 2597-2608. (ISI impact factor 0.409).

20. Saimmai A, Maneerat S, Chooklin CC. 2018. Using corn husks powder as a novel substrate to produce a surface active compound from Labrenzia aggregate KP-5. Journal
      of Surfactants and Detergents. 21(4): 523-539. (ISI impact factor 1.450). (Corresponding author). 50 25 25

21. Saimmai A, Saisa-ard K. 2018. Biodiversity of lipid producing-bacteria isolated from palm oil industry in the south of Thailand. Rajamangala University of Technology
      Krungthep Research Journal. Jan. - June. 12 (1): 7-16.

22. Saimmai A, Nupan B, Saisa-ard K. 2018. Optimization of single cell oil production from Bacillus subtilis TN1. Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep Research
      Journal. Jan. - June. 12 (1): 41-54.

23. Saimmai A, Chooklin CC, Dikit, Meeboon N. 2018. Application of banana peel as a carbon source for biosurfactant production from bacteria isolated from used lubricating
      oil contaminated soil. Wichcha Journal. June - August. 37: 39-53.

24. Dikit P, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2019. Production and application of biosurfactant produced by Agrobacterium rubi L5 isolated from mangrove sediments. Applied
      Mechanics and Materials. 886: 98-104.

25. Meeboon N, Saimmai A. 2019. Characterization of biosurfactant produced by Bacillus subtilis AS6 isolated from mangrove sediment in Phuket province. RMUTSV
      Research Journal. 11(1): 67-83.

BOOK CHAPTERS:
1. Saimmai A, Maneerat S. 2014. Biosurfactant production from agro-industrial by-products and wastes. In: Industrial Microbiology: Microbes in Process. (Eds. G. Neelam and
    A. Abhinav). Nova Science Publishers, INC. New York, USA. PP. 317-336 (Corresponding author).

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:
1. Saimmai A, Basor S, Prasertsan P. 2006. Biodiesel production of mixed crude palm oil and acid oil from palm oil refinery industry. The 5th TRF Undergraduate Technology
    Development Exhibition. April 20-22 2006. Royal Paragon Hall. Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 139. (in Thai).

2. Maneerat S, Riska D, Saimmai A. 2009. Biodiversity of biosurfactant-producing bacteria in mangrove sediment. The 13rd BRT Annual Conference. October 12-14, 2009.
    Holiday Inn, Chiang Mai, Thailand. pp. 40.

3. Saimmai A, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2010. Isolation and screening of biosurfactant producing bacteria from mangrove sediment. Commission on Higher Education Congress
    III: University Staff Development Consortium. October 9-11, 2010. Royal Cliff Beach, Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand. pp. 340.

4. Saimmai A, Sobhon V, Riska D, Maneerat S. 2010. Biodiversity of biosurfactant-producing bacteria in mangrove sediment. The 14th BRT Annual Conference. October 10-12,
    2010. Sunee Grand Hotel and Convention Center. Ubunrachatanee, Thailand. pp. 1 (in Thai).

5. Saimmai A, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2010. Biosurfactant produced by bacteria isolated from mangrove sediment: isolation and characterizations. The 22nd Annual Matting
    of the Thai Society for Biotechnology "Biotechnology for Healthy Living". October 20-22, 2010. Prince of Songkla University, Trang Campus, Trang Province, Thailand. pp.
    284.

6. Saimmai A, Rukadee O, Onlamool T, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2012. Isolation and screening of surface active compound-producing bacteria using low-cost and renewable
    substrate. International Conference on Microbial Taxonomy, Basic and Applied Microbiology. October 4-6, 2012. Kosa Hotel, Khonkaen Province, Thailand. pp. 132-140
    (Corresponding author).

7. Saimmai A, Onlamool T, Sobhon V, Maneerat S. 2012. Diversity of biosurfactants/ bioemulsifiers-producing bacteria isolated from palm oil contaminated soils in palm oil
    industry. 38th Congress on Science and Technology of Thailand "Science for the Future of Mankind". October 17-19, 2012. The Empress Convention Hall, Chiang Mai
    Province, Thailand. pp. 1-6 (Corresponding author).

8. Saimmai A, Maneerat S. 2012. Phylogenetic analysis of biosurfactant-producing bacteria isolated from palm oil industry and evaluation for biosurfactants production using
    low-cost substrates. The Excellence in Teacher Education and Research Innovation. December 24-28, 2012. Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Bangkok, Thailand.
    pp. 301 (Corresponding author).

9. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Cheirsilp B, Sobhon V, Chooklin CS, Maneerat S. 2013. Isolation and screening of biosurfactant-producing bacteria using palm oil mill effluent as a
    novel substrate. 4th Regional AFOB Symposium 2013 "Bioenergy, Biorefinery and Beyond". January 17-19, 2013. Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel and Convention Center,
    Chiang Mai, Thailand. pp. 63-66 (Corresponding author).

10. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Cheirsilp B, Sobhon V, Chooklin CS, Maneerat S. 2013. Isolation and phylogenetic analysis of surface active compound-producing bacteria from
     palm oil industry. 4th Regional AFOB Symposium 2013 "Bioenergy, Biorefinery and Beyond". January 17-19, 2013. Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel and Convention Center,
     Chiang Mai, Thailand. pp. 55-58 (Corresponding author).

11. Udomsilp S, Petmeaun S, Chooklin CS, Sobhon V, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2013. Production and characterization of biosurfactant produced by Bacillus subtilis 318 using
     low cost fermentation medium. 4th Regional AFOB Symposium 2013 "Bioenergy, Biorefinery and Beyond". January 17-19, 2013. Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel and Convention
     Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand. pp. 36-39 (Corresponding author).

12. Udomsilp S, Petmeaun S, Chooklin CS, Sobhon V, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2013. Isolation and screening of biosurfactant-producing bacteria using palm oil decanter cake as
     a novel substrate. 4th Regional AFOB Symposium 2013 "Bioenergy, Biorefinery and Beyond". January 17-19, 2013. Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel and Convention Center,
     Chiang Mai, Thailand. pp. 59-62 (Corresponding author).

13. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Dikit P, Maneerat S. 2013. Isolation and screening of exopolysaccharide-producing bacteria from mangrove sediment by using palm oil mill
     effluent as a substrate. TSB International Forum 2013. August 28-30, 2013. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 48-51 (Corresponding author).

14. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Dikit P, Maneerat S. 2013. Diversity of exopolysaccharide producing-bacteria from mangrove sediment in south of Thailand. TSB International
      Forum 2013. August 28-30, 2013. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 40-43 (Corresponding author).

15. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S, Chooklin CS. 2013. Oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber pretreatment and enzymatic hydrolysis for cellulosic ethanol production. TSB
     International Forum 2013. August 28-30, 2013. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 52-55 (Corresponding author).

16. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S, Chooklin CS. 2013. Isolation and screening of biosurfactant-producing bacteria using crude glycerol from biodiesel production as a
      substrate. TSB International Forum 2013. August 28-30, 2013. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 79-82 (Corresponding author).

17. Noparat P, Saisa-ard K, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S, Saimmai A. 2013. Production and characterization of biosurfactant produced by Haloplanus sp. AS64 using palm oil
     decanter cake as a novel substrate. The 39th Congress on Science and Technology of Thailand (STT 39) "Innovative Science for a Better Life". October 21-23, 2013. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 597-604 (Corresponding author).

18. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S. 2013. Diversity of exopolysaccharide producing-bacteria from mangrove sediment. The 2nd Biodiversity and Local Wisdom.
     December 9-11, 2013. Twin Lotus Hotel, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand (Oral presentation) (Corresponding author).

19. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S. (2013) Diversity of exopolysaccharide producing-bacteria from mangrove sediment. The Second Higher Education Research
      Promotion Congress; HERP CONGRESS II. January 22-24, 2014. Miracle Grand Convention Hotel. Bangkok, Thailand (Oral presentation) (Corresponding author).

20. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S. 2014. Production and characterization of biosurfactant produced by Halopenitus persicus AS97 using cashew apple bagasse as
      substrate. 2nd ASEAN plus Three Graduate Research Congress: AGRC 2014. February 5-7, 2014. S31 Sukhumvit Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 768-775
      (Corresponding author).

21. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S. 2014. Diversity of biosurfactant-producing thermotolerant bacteria from hot springs in the south of Thailand. 2nd ASEAN plus
     Three Graduate Research Congress: AGRC 2014. February 5-7, 2014. S31 Sukhumvit Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 776-782 (Corresponding author).

22. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Prasertsan P. 2014. Biodiesel production of mixed crude palm oil and acid oil from palm oil refinery industry. Integrated Interdisciplinary
      Research towards International Standards. May 8-9, 2014. Phuket, Thailand. pp. 143-144 (Corresponding author).

23. Saimmai A, Petmeaun S, Maneerat S. 2014. Diversity of exopolysaccharide producing-bacteria from mangrove sediment. Integrated Interdisciplinary Research towards
      International Standards. May 8-9, 2014. Phuket, Thailand. pp. 145-146 (Corresponding author).

24. Dikit P, Riansa-Ngawong W, Chookaew T, Maneerat S, Hwanhlem N, Kamcharoen A, Saimmai A. 2015. Production and antimicrobial activity of biosurfactant from mangrove
      isolate Rubrimonas cliftonensis NA1. The 16th TSAE National Conference and the 8th TSAE International Conference: TSAE 2015 “Agricultural and Food Engineering
      Outlook on Sustainable Future”. March 17-19, 2015. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 160-167 (Corresponding author).

25. Dikit P, Riansa-Ngawong W, Chookaew T, Maneerat S, Hwanhlem N, Kamcharoen A, Saimmai A. 2015. Production and characterization of biosurfactant produced by
      Ochrobactrum anthropi 2/3 using durian seed powder as a novel substrate. The 16th TSAE National Conference and the 8th TSAE International Conference: TSAE 2015
      “Agricultural and Food Engineering Outlook on Sustainable Future”. March 17-19, 2015. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 215-222 (Corresponding author).

26. Saimmai A, Riansa-ngawong W, Maneerat S, Dikit P. 2015. Isolation and screening of bioemulsifier-producing bacteria using used palm oil as a substrate. Biotechnology
      International Congress (BIC) 2015 “Biotechnology for Healthy Society”. September 9-10, 2015. BITEC Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 49-53.

27. Saimmai A, Riansa-ngawong W, Maneerat S, Chookaew T, Dikit P. 2015. Screening of biosurfactant-producing bacteria using low-cost substrates. The 27th Annual
      Meeting of the Thai Society for Biotechnology and International Conference. November 17-19, 2015. Mandarin Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. 350-360.

28. Saimmai A, Rattanapan N, Jariyalerpong P, Wongwiwat P, Chaicharoen T, Chooklin CS, Sobhon VP. 2016. Screening of biosurfactant producing-bacteria from mangrove
      sediment by using molasses as a carbon source and optimization for biosurfactant production. The 8th Walailak Research National Conference. July 7-8, 2016. Walailak
      University, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand. pp. 77-85 (in Thai).

29. Chooklin CS, Saimmai A, Chingjit S, Rattana N, Maneerat S, Hwanhlem N, Saisa-ard K, Dikit P. 2017. Production and application of biosurfactants by new strains of
      Bacillus subtilis BS1 isolated from orchid farm soil. The 29th Annual Meeting of the Thai Society for Biotechnology and International Conference. November 23-25, 2017.
      Swissôtel Le Concorde, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. EB50-EB60.

30. Saimmai A, Chooklin CS, Chingjit S, Rattana N, Maneerat S, Hwanhlem N, Saisa-ard K, Dikit P. 2017. Monitoring the lactic acid bacterial diversity during Budu
      fermentation by culturing method and PCR-DGGE technique. The 29th Annual Meeting of the Thai Society for Biotechnology and International Conference. November
      23-25, 2017. Swissôtel Le Concorde, Bangkok, Thailand. pp. FA52-FA61.

TRAINING EXPERIENCES:
1. Participated in workshop on Real-time PCR at Department of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, Prince of Songkla University, Songkhla, Thailand (November 16-17, 2006).
2. Participated in workshop on Application of DOE and RSM for Research at Department of Food Technology, Faculty of Agro-Industry, Prince of
   Songkla University, Songkhla, Thailand (May 6-7, 2004).

3. Participated in workshop on Phylogenetic tree reconstruction at Department of Food Technology, Faculty of Agro-Industry, Prince of Songkla University, Songkhla,
    Thailand (December 2-3, 2010).

4. Participated in workshop on Research and Publication in International Journal at Faculty of Science and Technology, Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand
   (August 1, 2011).

5. Participated in workshop on In situ groundwater remediation using enriched reactor-permeable reactive biobarrier and removal of oil and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
    from runoff using natural sorbents at Faculty of Agro-Industry, Prince of Songkla University, Songkhla, Thailand (November 2, 2012).

6. Participated in workshop on Thailand Qualification Framework (TQF): Preparation and submission at Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand (February 11-12, 2012).
7. Participated in workshop on Thailand Qualification Framework (TQF) at Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand (March 19, 2014).
8. Participated in workshop on First Step to be Professional Lecturer at Hadkaew Resort, Songkhla, Thailand (November 2-6, 2017). 

SUPPORTIVE EXPERIENCE:
1. Received grant in year 2007 from Thailand Research Found to conduct research on "Biodiesel production of mixed crude palm oil and acid oil from palm oil refinery
   industry" 100,000 THB (Co-worker).

2. Received grant in year 2012 from Phuket Rajabhat University to conduct research on "Biodiversity of biosurfactant-producing bacteria from mangrove sediment in Phuket
    Province" 300,000 THB (Principle Investigator).

3. Received grant in year 2012 from International Foundation for Science (Sweden) to conduct research on "Production, purification and characterization of biosurfactant
    from mangrove bacterium, Ochrobactrum anthropi 2/3" 10,000 USD (Principle Investigator).

4. Received grant in year 2012 from Phuket Rajabhat University to conduct research on "Production of anti-pathogenic fungi-biosurfactant from bacteria" 400,000 THB
    (Principle Investigator).

5. Received grant in year 2013 from The Office of the Higher Education Commission to conduct research on "Biodiversity of exopolysaccharide-producing bacteria from
    mangrove sediment" 251,000 THB (Principle Investigator).

6. Received grant in year 2014 from Phuket Rajabhat University to conduct research on "Ethanol Production from oil palm fruit bunch using Simultaneous Saccharification and
    Fermentation (SSF)" 300,000 THB (Principle Investigator).

7. Received grant in year 2015 from Phuket Rajabhat University to conduct research on "Development of healthy bakery products" (Principle Investigator).
8. Received grant in year 2015 from Songkhla Rajabhat University to conduct research on "Screening and optimization of cultural conditions for bioemulsifier production
    from isolated bacteria" (Co-worker).

9. Received grant in year 2016-2017 from Songkhla Rajabhat University to conduct research on "Study of changes in lactic acid bacteria during production of Budu by
    culturing method and PCR-DGGE technique" 966,250 THB (Co-worker).

10.Received grant in year 2016 from Suratthani Rajabhat University to conduct research on "Isolation of single cell oil-producing bacteria from palm oil mills" 300,000 THB
    (Co-worker).

11.Received grant in year 2016 from Naresuan University to conduct research on "Study of bacterial diversity by PCR-DGGE technique and screening of bacteriocin-producing
    probiotic lactic acid bacteria from pig feces cultured by traditional method" 884,500 THB (Co-worker).

12.Received grant in year 2017-2018 from National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) to conduct research on "Screening, optimization and characterization of
    biosurfactant inhibiting Phytophthora palmivora (Butl) causing black rot in orchids" 990,000 THB (Co-worker).


REFEREED JOURNAL REVIEWER

- Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology
- Biotechnology Progress
- African Journal of Biotechnology
- Journal of Marine Biology
- Journal of Glycobiology
- Phuket Rajabhat University Academic Journal


NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES

- "Put the multi-disciplinary local wisdom forward the Globe" December 13 - 14, 2012, Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand.
- "Integrating Multidisciplinary Research and Sustainable Development towards ASEAN Community" December 26 - 28, 2013, Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand.
- "Integration of Thai Research within the ASEAN Community Network" December 17-18, 2014, Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand.
- "Development of the Quality of Thai Research to the International Standards" December 17-18, 2015, Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand.
- "45th Anniversary of PKRU Educating, Developing Research, Social Innovation" February 16-17, 2016, Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand.
- "Dynamic Research for Sustainable Community Development" May 12-13, 2016, Phuket Rajabhat University, Phuket, Thailand.


UNIVERSITY SERVICE

- Academic Council Committees of Phuket Rajabhat University, 2014 - 2016.
- Vice Head of Department of Food Science Technology, Agricultural Technology, Phuket Rajabhat University, 2013 - 2016.
- Corresponding of Established program “Andaman Halal Science Center” at Phuket Rajabhat University, 2012 – present.
- Director of Research and Development Institute, Phuket Rajabhat University, 2018 – present.

CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS (Co-advisor)

- Theerawat Onlamoonl, Ph.D. in Biotechnology expected in December 2014 Dissertation Title: Purification, Characterization and Application of Biosurfactants Produced by Bacteria Isolated from Soils.

FORMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHERS

- Kameelah Sa-e and Roseneeda Hayeehading, B.Sc. in Applied Biology, March 2012 Research Project Title: Screening for Exopolysaccharide-Producing Bacteria from
   Mangrove Forest Sediment : Phuket.

- Paisah Mama and Wansila Waeyuso, B.Sc. in Applied Biology, March 2012 Research Project Title: Isolation of Biosurfactant Producing Bacteria From Mangrove Sediment.
- Sofia Meakaji and Lateefah ladlia, B.Sc. in Applied Biology, March 2013 Research Project Title: Application of Banana Peel as a Carbon Source for Biosurfactant Production.
- Rungarun Srisuwan and Thipwimol Krasang, B.Sc. in Food Science and Technology, March 2013. Research Project Title: The Use of Sweet Basil Mucilage Powder for Partial
   Fat in Low Fat Mayonnaise Product.

- Abdunkaiyoom See and Suparat Chamchean, B.Sc. in Food Science and Technology, March 2014. Research Project Title: Study of changes in bacteria during production of
   Budu by culturing method.


REFERENCES

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suppasil Maneerat (Thesis super-adviser)
Department of Industrial Biotechnology
Faculty of Agro-Industry
Prince of Songkla University
Hat Yai, Songkhla 90112 Thailand
Tel: +66 74286379
Fax:+66 74558866
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