Welcome Message to Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University
Welcome to Department of Pharmacology at Faculty of Science, Mahidol University. It is my pleasure to introduce you our department which was the first Department of Pharmacology in Thailand, and is one of the major preclinical science departments, established in 1968 (B.E.2511) with the support from Rockefeller foundation.
Since being established, our department has over 160 alumni working nationwide all over Thailand. Currently, it has 11 faculties, 2 joint faculties and 17 graduate students. We offer broad range of research as well as constructive learning environment encouraging individual graduate student to be able to solve research questions in an independent manner. Besides, our department provides an academic curriculum for medical students and nurse students in pharmacology during their baccalaureate.
- Inhibitory effects of erythrosine/curcumin derivatives/nano-thtanium dioxide-mediated photodynamic therapy on Candida albicans
- Protective effect of lusianthridin on hemin-induced low-density lipoprotein oxidation
- BRET-based assay to specifically monitor β2AR/GRK2 interaction and β-arrestin2 conformational change upon βAR stimulation
- Preparation of readily-to-use stilbenoids extract from Morus alba callus using a natural deep eutectic solvent
- Characteristics and antioxidant activity of royal lotus pollen, butterfly pea flower, and oolong tea kombucha beverages
- Molecular insights into complex formation between scandenin and various types of β-cyclodextrin
- Titania nanosheet generates peroxynitrite-dependent S-nitrosylation and enhances p53 function in lung cancer cells
- Encapsulation of α-tocopherol in large-ring cyclodextrin containing 26 α-D-glucopyranose units: A molecular dynamics study
- Differential responses of salivary cortisol, amylase, and chromogranin A to academic stress
- Antoxidant and Anticholinesterase Activities of Extracts and Phytochemicals of Syzygium antisepticum Leaves
- Erianthridin suppresses non-small-cell lung cancer cell metastasis through inhibition of Akt/mTOR/p70S6K signaling pathway
- Antioxidant, alpha-glucosidases and alpha-amylase inhibitory activities of Persicaria odorata