The Thailand Research Fund supports my research on Structure Based Design of P. falciparum DHFR inhibitors

 

My web service to help visualizing protein-ligand interaction based on fragment of small molecules. Once you draw or name the structure of the compound, you can know which biological pathways it involves in certain organisms too.

 

My thesis won a national prize from the National Research Council of Thailand's Award. This poster summarized it in Thai.

 

I created a cover artwork featuring my work published in Chemical Biology and Drug Design. The major part of this work lead to my PhD thesis at University of Cambridge.

 

My circular dendrogram displaying the relationship of 119 kinases and binding affinities to various drugs. Promiscuity understanding helps a lot in the area of kinase inhibitor design.

 

By popular vote, I won the First prize poster presentation award from the Sanger Cambridge PhD Symposium (SCAMPS), Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK, 2008

 

Quantum Chemistry is one of my underlying background. I employed the Density Functional Theory calculation to study flexibility among inhibitors, e.g. Cycloguanil derivatives.

 

This is my first poster created for STT27, Thailand, while I studied my bachelor's degree in Chemistry. The techniques include homology modeling and tryptic digestion for the prediction of amino acid residue mutations that may help with improving the protein solubility.

 

I created this website with my friend while I was in my sophomore year. The website was accessed for more than 100,000 times, before it can no longer be accessed under the name http://hello.to/chemku. It helps Thai students to learn the basics of quantum chemistry.