Pimjai Chingsuwanrote graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Medical technology with second class honour from the Faculty of Allied Health Science, Thammasat University. She finished her Master’s degree in Molecular Genetic and Genetic Engineering from Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Mahidol University. Her thesis focused on mechanisms of Dengue virus induced apoptosis in liver cells. She also worked on anti-inflammation and anti-oxidant properties of phytochemicals in human macrophage model and effects of sugar types on oral- cancer cells death. In 2012, she joined Prof. Surapol Issaragrisil’s team at the SiSCR. Her current work focuses on the establishment of human disease-specific stem cells, which aim to recapitulate disease pathology and understand the mechanism of disease progression in in vitro and in vivo models.


1. Muangnoi C, Chingsuwanrote P, Praengamthanachoti P, Svasti S, Tuntipopipat S. Moringa oleifera pod inhibits inflammatory mediator production by lipopolysaccharide-stimulated RAW 264.7 murine macrophage cell lines. Inflammation. 2012; 35(2):445-55.

2. Mekhora C, Muangnoi C, Chingsuwanrote P, Dawilai S, Svasti S, Chasri K, Tuntipopipat S. Eryngium foetidum suppresses inflammatory mediators produced by macrophages. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2012; 13(2):653-64.

3. Tuntipopipat S, Muangnoi C, Chingsuwanrote P, Parengam M, Chantravisut P, Charoenkiatkul S, Svasti S. Anti-inflammatory activities of red curry paste extract on lipopolysaccharide-activated murine macrophage cell line. Nutrition. 2011; 27(4):479-87.

4. Chingsuwanrote P, Suksanpaisan L, Smith DR. Adaptation of the plaque assay methodology for dengue virus infected HepG2 cells. Journal of Virological Methods. 2004; 116(2):119-21.