- 2014-2018 Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Science (Clinical Anatomy), Graduate School of Medical Science, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan
- 2011-2013 Master of Science in Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, Chiangmai University, Chiangmai, Thailand
- 2005-2009 Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Associated Medical Science, Chiangmai University, Chiangmai, Thailand
- 2009-2010 Occupational Therapist in Bangkok Pattaya Hospital, Chonburi province, Thailand. My mission is to practice and treat patients with physical disabilities such as paralysis patients, the patient who is born wounded symptoms from an accident. I want to emphasize by training the patients to improve their skills for daily life according to their potential. Moreover, I encourage the development in autistic children, cerebral palsy, and learning disorder, etc. My successfully mission that I can improve their development as same as their age.
- 2019 Certificate of participation: UCL and PCCMS Annual Faculty Development & Capacity Building Conference, University College London, London, England.
- 2019 Certificate of participation: American College of Physicians (ACP) Faculty Development Program 2019. HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science, Bangkok, Thailand.
- 2019 Certificate of participation: Teaching skills for medical teacher in medical school. Siriraj, Thailand
- 2019 Certificate of participation: attend the following pre-conference workshop at an international association for medical education (AMEE) 2019, Vienna, Austria: Design thinking-designing your community engagement or guiding your classes. Vienna, Austria
- 2019 Certificate of participation: attend the following pre-conference workshop at an international association for medical education (AMEE) 2019, Vienna, Austria: Gaps and Chasms-defining and theorizing absences in health professions education research. Vienna, Austria
- 2019 Certificate of attendance: Human research ethics. Bangkok, Thailand
- 2019 Essential skills for medical teacher, UCL Medical School, University College London, UK and HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science, Chulabhorn Royal Academy, Thailand
- 2015-2017 Global Communication Workshop Leadership Program, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan
GRANT: Japanese government scholarship (Monbukagakusho; MEXT)
Skills: Microscope, Hand dissection and Histological Skill.
- Be a member of Thai students’ Association in Japan under the Royal The position is Head of Kanto Area and Head of Tokyo
- Teacher assistant instructors in the medical introductory English course for first-year medical students in Tokyo Medical and Dental University.
- Participating in 2016-2018 Winter Design Thinking Bootcamp program. Tokyo Medical and Dental University.
- Participating in Academic English course, Graduate-School Health Sciences Leadership Program in Tokyo Medical and Dental University
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
- Nonthasaen P. and Mahakkanukrauh P. “A Descriptive Anatomical Study and Variations of the Lumbar Plexus with Clinical Implications” Poster presentation of 2nd IASCBC & 36th AAT Annual Conference December 6th-8th, Proceedings of the Anatomy Association of Thailand: 2012.
- Nonthasaen P., Das S., Nisung C., Sinthubua A., Mahakkanukrauh P. “A Cadaveric Study of the Anatomical Variations of the Lumbar Plexus with Clinical Implications”. Journal of the anatomical society of India. 2016. 65(1). doi: 10.1016/j.jasi.2016.04.003
- Nonthasaen P., Nasu H., Kagawa E., Akimoto N., and Keiichi A. “The Morphological Study of the Extraforaminal Ligaments in Cervical and Thoracic Levels” Short Oral Presentation of 8th International Symposium of Clinical and Applied Anatomy, Hungary. August 31st-September 3rd 2016.
- Nonthasaen P., Nasu H., Kagawa E., Akimoto N., and Keiichi A. The different morphologies of the extraforaminal ligaments of the spinal nerve roots in cervico-thoracic junction. Oral presentation of the 20th Japanese research society in the clinical anatomy conference. Tokyo, Japan. 12 November 2016.
- Nonthasaen P., Nasu H., Kagawa E., Akimoto N., and Keiichi A. “Changes of Morphological Features of the Extraforaminal Ligaments of the Spinal Nerve Roots in Cervico-Thoracic Transitional Zone” Poster Presentation of 4th International Anatomical Sciences and Cell Biology Conferences. Hong Kong. December 4th-6th 2016.
- Nonthasaen P., Nasu H., Kagawa E., and Keiichi A. “A Morphological Comparison of the Extraforaminal Ligament between The Cervical and Thoracic Regions”. Surgical and Radiological Anatomy. 2018. 40(5):571-580. doi: 10.1007/s00276-017-1963-3
FIELDS OF INTEREST
- The anatomy of a specific region with clinical relation
- Human anatomy and biomechanics
- Forensic anthropology and human identification through the study of human body
- Histological techniques