Name : ผศ.ดร.โศรดา กนกพานนท์ (Assist. Dr. Sorada Kanokpanont)
Position : ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์
Research Topics : Biomaterial Applications in Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery System , Bioreactor design for cell culture, Coating application for extending the shelf life of food agricultural products
Contact address : อาคารเจริญวิศวกรรม (ตึก 4) ชั้น 9
Email : sorada.k@chula.ac.th
Phone : (66)2 218 6867
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Education
Ph.D. (Biochemical Engineering) Drexel University, USA พ.ศ. 2545
M.Sc. (Chemical Engineering) Imperial College London, UK พ.ศ. 2539
วท.บ. (Biotechnology) มหาวิทยาลัยขอนแก่น พ.ศ. 2535
Academic Awards
ผลงานวิจัย

1. Chankow S., Luemunkong S., Kanokpanont S., “Conformational transitions of Thai silk fibroin secondary structures.”, BMEiCON 2016 - 9th Biomedical Engineering International Conference (IEEE) (2017).
2. Lerdchai K., Kitsongsermthon J., Ratanavaraporn J., Kanokpanont S., Damrongsakkul S., “Thai Silk Fibroin/Gelatin Sponges for the Dual Controlled Release of Curcumin and Docosahexaenoic Acid for Anticancer Treatment”, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 105(1), 221-230 (2016).
3. Sinlapabodin S., Amornsudthiwat P., Damrongsakkul S., Kanokpanont S., “An Axial Distribution Of Seeding, Proliferation, And Osteogenic Differentiation Of MC3T3-E1 Cells and Rat Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Across a 3D Thai Silk Fibroin/Gelatin/Hydroxyapatite Scaffold in a Perfusion Bioreactor” Materials Science And Engineering C, 58, 960-970 (2016).
4. Dararutana C., Ratanavaraporn J., Honsawek S., Kanokpanont S., Damrongsakkul S., “Characteristics and Osteoconductivity of Bone Composite Scaffolds Made of Thai Silk Fibroin, Gelatin and Inorganic Compounds: A Comparative Study Of Β-Tricalcium Phosphate and Hydroxyapatite” Macromolecular Symposia, 354 (1), 258-264 (2015).
5. Thitiwuthikiat P., Ii M., Saito T., Asahi M., Kanokpanont S., Tabata Y., “A Vascular Patch Prepared From Thai Silk Fibroin and Gelatin Hydrogel Incorporating Simvastatin-Micelles to Recruit Endothelial Progenitor Cells” Tissue Engineering - Part A, 21, 1309-1319 (2015).
6. Ratanavaraporn J., Kanokpanont S., Damrongsakkul S., “The Development Of Injectable Gelatin/Silk Fibroin Microspheres for The Dual Delivery Of Curcumin and Piperine, Journal Of Materials Science: Materials In Medicine”, 25, 401-410 (2014).
7. Kaewprasit K., Promboon A., Kanokpanont S., Damrongsakkul S., “Physico-Chemical Properties and In Vitro Response of Silk Fibroin from Various Domestic Races”, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part B - Applied Biomaterials, 102 (8), 1639-1647 (2014).
8. Sinthop S., Patumraj S., Kanokpanont S., “Development of Gelatin-Thai Silk Fibroin Microspheres for Three Dimensional Cell Culture.” Advanced Materials Research, Volume 931-932, 200-204 (2014).
9. Amornsudthiwat P., Mongkolnavin R., Kanokpanont S., Panpranot J., Wong C. S., Damrongsakkul S., “Improvement of early cell adhesion on Thai silk fibroin surface by low energy plasma” Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 111, 579–586 (2013).
10. Prasertsung I., Kanokpanont S., Mongkolnavin R., Wong C.S., Panpranot J., Damrongsakkul S., “Comparison of the Behavior of Fibroblast and Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cell on Nitrogen Plasma-treated Gelatin Films” Materials Science & Engineering C, 33, 4475-4479 (2013).
11. Vorrapakdee R., Kanokpanont S., Ratanavaraporn J., Waikakul S., Charoenlap C., Damrongsakkul S., “Modification of Human Cancellous Bone using Thai Silk Fibroin and Gelatin for Enhanced Osteoconductive Potential” Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 24(3), 735-744 (2013).
12. Kanokpanont S., Damrongsakkul S., Ratanavaraporn J., Aramwit P., “Physico-Chemical Properties and Efficacy of Silk Fibroin Fabric Coated with Different Waxes as Wound Dressing” International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 55, 88-97 (2013).
13. Somvipart S., Kanokpanont S., Rangkupan R., Ratanavaraporn J., Damrongsakkul S., “Development of Electrospun Beaded Fibers from Thai Silk Fibroin and Gelatin for Controlled Release Application” International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 55, 176-184 (2013).
14. Kulpreechanan N., Bunaprasert T., Damrongsakkul S., Kanokpanont S., Rangkupan R., “Effect of Polycaprolactone Electrospun Fiber Size on L929Tcell Behavior” Advanced Materials Research, 701, 420-424 (2013).
15. Srisuk P., Thongnopnua P., Raktanonchai U., Kanokpanont S., “Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Methotrexate-Entrapped Oleic Acid-Containing Deformable Liposomes for In Vitro Transepidermal Delivery Targeting Psoriasis Treatment” International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 427, 426-434 (2012).
16. Prasertsung I., Kanokpanont S., Mongkolnavin R., Wong C.S., Panpranot J., Damrongsakkul S., “Plasma Enhancement of In Vitro Attachment of Rat Bone Marrow-Derived Stem Cell on Crosslinked Gelatin Films” Journal of Biomaterials Science: Polymer Edition, 23, 1485–1504 (2012).
17. Kanokpanont S., Damrongsakkul S., Ratanavaraporn J., Aramwit P., “An Innovative Bi-Layered Wound Dressing Made of Silk and Gelatin for Accelerated Wound Healing” International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 436, 141-153 (2012).
18. Jetbumpenkul P., Amornsudthiwat P., Kanokpanont S., Damrongsakkul S., “Balanced Electrostatic Blending Approach – An Alternative to Chemical Crosslinking of Thai Silk Fibroin/Gelatin Scaffold” International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 50, 7– 13 (2012).
Research Areas
Research Interests
Controlled-drug delivery design
Micro encapsulation & Hydro gel
Liposome Technology
Biopolymer