Dr. Sorada Kanokpanont


Department of Chemical Engineering, Floor 9, Building 4, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Telephone 662.218.6867
Fax 662.218.6877
Email sorada.k@chula.ac.th
Research Profile https://intranet.eng.chula.ac.th/?q=engprofile/view/273


  • Ph.D. (Biochemical Engineering), Drexel University, USA, 2002

  • M.Sc. (Biochemical Engineering), Drexel University, USA, 1999
  • B.Sc (Biotechnology), Khonkaen university, Thailand, 1997

Research Interest

Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering and Controlled Release
Biomaterials for Postharvest Technology


Amornsudthiwat, P., Mongkolnavin, R., Kanokpanont, S., Panpranot, J., Wong, C., Damrongsakkul, S. Improvement of early cell adhesion on Thai silk fibroin surface by low energy plasma. 2013. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 111 , 579-586.

Prasertsung, I., Kanokpanont, S., Mongkolnavin, R., Wong, C., Panpranot, J., Damrongsakkul, S. Comparison of the behavior of fibroblast and bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cell on nitrogen plasma-treated gelatin films. 2013. Materials Science and Engineering C 33 (7) , 4475-4479.

Kulpreechanan, N., Bunaprasert, T., Damrongsakkul, S., Kanokpanont, S., Rangkupan, R. Effect of polycaprolactone electrospun fiber size on L929 cell behavior. 2013. Advanced Materials Research 701 , 420-424.

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. 2013. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 55 , 176-184.

Kanokpanont, S., Damrongsakkul, S., Ratanavaraporn, J., Aramwit, P. Physico-chemical properties and efficacy of silk fibroin fabric coated with different waxes as wound dressing. 2013. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 55 , 88-97.

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