Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
- Infectious diseases
- Hematology and Oncology
- Cardiopulmonary disorders
- Autoimmune diseases
- Drug transporters and drug interaction
- Drug toxicity
- Translational research in oncology
- BPharm, Chiang Mai University
- MSc, Mahidol University
- PhD, University of Vienna
Dr. Jungsuwadee started as the associate professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences for the School of Pharmacy in July 2015. As an associate professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr. Jungsuwadee teaches pharmacology and medicinal chemistry in an integrated manner in several integrated pharmacotherapy sequence classes. Dr. Jungsuwadee also provides mentoring as well as advising student pharmacists.
Before joining FDU, Dr. Jungsuwadee worked at the Kentucky University as an Assistant Professor in the Graduate Center for Toxicology, College of Medicine. He was also a director of Integrated Sequences and an assistant professor of Pharmacology at Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy, Schaumburg, Illinois, and at the School of Pharmacy, Husson University, Bangor.
Dr. Paiboon Jungsuwadee received his bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy, a Master’s degree in Clinical Pharmacy from the School of Pharmacy in Thailand, and his Doctoral degree in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Vienna, Austria. Subsequently, Dr. Jungsuwadee completed two postdoctoral fellowships at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center and at the Graduate Center for Toxicology, College of Medicine, Kentucky University, respectively. He also completed a Certificate of Clinical and Translational Science at the College of Medicine, Kentucky University.
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