Faculty Staff
Santi Maneewatchararangsri  
ชื่อ-สกุล: ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร.สันติ มณีวัชระรังษี
Name: Asst. Prof. Santi Maneewatchararangsri
สังกัด: ภาควิชาชีวโมเลกุลและพันธุศาสตร์โรคเขตร้อน
Department: Molecular Tropical Medicine and Genetics
Tel: 02 306 9100 ต่อ 2035, 1440-1443
E-mail: santi.man@mahidol.ac.th
Field of Expertise   |   Publications   |   Academic Qualification   |   Awards   |   Course
Research Interest
Molecular studies and -omics research for zoonosis, tropical and neglected diseases
Leptospirosis research: Basic Sciences, Diagnosis, Vaccine development and Immunotherapy
Antibody engineering techniques
Research Grants
  2016-2019 Research career development grant, Thailand Research Fund
  2016 Researcher links travel grant programme 2015/16, the Newton-UK-Thailand research and innovation partnership fund, Newton Fund, UK
  2015 Professional development programme for mid-career researcher, Newton Fund, UK
  2014-2019 NSTDA chair professor grant 2014 (co-investigator)
  2011-2014 Dean’s research fund, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Thailand
  2010-present FTM grant, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Thailand
  2010-2012 New researcher grant, Thailand Research Fund
  2009-2012 Distinguished research Professor, Thailand Research Fund and Commission of Higher Education, Thailand (co-investigator)
Current Research Projects
  2016-2019 Study of extracellular proteome (Secretome) of pathogenic Leptospira in leptospiremia mimic condition and characterization of virulent-associated Leptospira secretome
  2016-2019 Membrane translocating human single chain antibodies specific to pathogenic Leptospira adhesins with therapeutic potential for severe leptospirosis
  2016-2018 Development of recombinant antigens-based IgG ELISA assay for diagnosis of human leptospirosis
  2016 Structural and functional studies of Leptospira lipopolysaccharide (LPS) translocon complexes and the interaction of the bacteria and the host cells
International Research Training and Appointments
  2016 Researcher links programme 2015/16, the Newton-UK-Thailand Research and Innovation Partnership Fund, Newton Fund, United Kingdom.
  2015 ICI 2015 : 17th International conference on Immunology, London, United Kingdom
  2015 Professional development programme for mid-cancer researchers, Newton Fund, United Kingdom.
  2014 WHO consultation on scientific and regulatory pathways for the development, approval and use of monoclonal antibodies against infectious diseases, with a particular focus on global health security, ebola, pandemic influenza and emerging diseases, Washington D.C., USA.
International collaborations
  Professor Dr. Changjiang Dong
  Professor of Molecular Medicine
  Norwich Medical School, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of East Anglia
  Norwich Research Park, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, United kingdom
  E-mail: c.dong@uea.ac.uk
  Professor Dr. Robert Anderson
  Department of Microbiology & Immunology and Pediatrics and Canadian Center for Vaccinology
  Dalhousie University
  Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
  E-mail: robert.anderson@dal.ca
Last updated: September 08, 2016
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